Tash is an experienced 350-Hour Yoga inclusive teacher, educator and facilitator. She first discovered the joy of yoga over 10 years ago. Since then, she has been teaching Vinyasa, Yin and Family yoga internationally at studios, women’s retreat centres and through therapeutic courses online.
Tash is a dedicated student of yoga, and has continued her yoga education in yoga therapy, pranayama and yoga nidra, all of which feature in her classes to create a holistic, healing experience. She says “Yoga is a moving meditation that guides me to live better and reconnect to my body’s wisdom. This path is so much more than just a mat practice: it creates space in the body-mind and can cultivate peace in a busy life”.
In 2020, Tash lived and worked at a women-led Ashram. Here, she found connection to mother earth, and rediscovered the joys of her innate creativity as a woman. Through this retreat, yoga, pranayama, meditation and embodied practices, she hopes to offer a safe space for women to connect to their inner wisdom.
Brittany is a lifelong storyteller. At a young age she was often creating plays for her family, or could be found lost outside deep in imaginary play. She started writing short stories and completed her first self-illustrated novel in elementary school. Creative writing was a place for her to create a safe space during difficult times, a world where anything she imagined could be breathed into life. She believes that writing is a place for anything to happen - no rules or tight-thinking can bind you in the world of your creation!
Brittany later followed a path in working with children, youth, and families. Her training is deeply entrenched in developmental psychology, family dynamics, and community growth. Brittany’s work involves curriculum development in social-emotional learning, storytelling, community outreach, family relations and a constant implementation of a decolonizing practice.
In this retreat, Brittany will bring together psychology and storytelling, borrowing from the writings of Dr.Clarissa Pinkola Estes and Danielle Dulsky to help women reconnect, or connect more deeply, to their Wild Woman selves. Combining practices of painting, writing, and yoga, women will find a safe space to feel in tune with what their inner Wild spirit is saying and find some reprieve after this dark season and a new awakening.
4 Day Wild Women Retreat :
Glamping 3 nights in a river's edge glamping tent
Yoga up to 8 yoga & wellness sessions
Guided Hike 1 guided hike (1 hour roundtrip)
Dining 8 home-style meals with beverages & dessert
Resort Access to all of the resort facilities
Rafting 1 whitewater rafting trip (on arrival day)
Massage 1 hour full-body massage
Scenic Float 1 scenic float trip (calm, relaxing)
Relaxing Hot Tub
Complementary wine, cider, & appetizers served on Monday evening.
Rafting Go on an exhilarating whitewater rafting trip