Episode 147: Coming Home to our Wild, Instinctual, Embodied Wisdom (Michaela Boehm)

Many of us in the Red School community have an intuitive longing to connect to the archetypal force of the Feminine within us. As our guest today Michaela Boehm says in her book, The Wild Woman’s Way, we’re longing to connect to “the ancient part of us that knows the rising of the moon, and the movement of the tides. The instinctual, deeply connected aspects in each of us that has survived and thrived in the wilderness for many 1000s of years”. 

Today we’re exploring how to re-wild ourselves, how to come back to body and pleasure, and how to move from doing to being, amidst the challenges of modern life. Our guide is the wise and wonderful Michaela who is known for her work with high-performing individuals, including Oscar-winning actors, and Grammy-winning musicians. She’s the founder of The Non-Linear Movement Method®, a powerful somatic release modality. Her work has recently been featured in Gwyneth Paltrow’s Netflix Show “Sex, Love & goop” and Will Smith’s bestselling memoir ‘Will’.

In This Episode:

We explore:

  • The story of Michaela’s childhood longing to become a witch, her early years apprenticing with her mentor, and how she eventually became the holder of an ancient, female held, tantric lineage.

  • Why we need to be able to access both our ‘Go’ mode and ‘Flow’ mode as women living in our modern world.

  • The embodiment practices that enable Michaela to live a huge, wildly creative life without burning out, in this new post-menopause phase

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