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Hey, you.

We're glad you made it.

Not just to our site, but, like, in general.

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Because life is often brutal, and sometimes we find ourselves wondering if we're actually going to get to the other side of that hard-feeling thing. 

But the thing we've come to know is that we do. We make it across the pile of steaming muck to the other side when we do the hard work of looking right at our discomfort and saying, "Yes. Okay. I'll do it. I'll walk through this because I might drown over here if I don't."

That's the thing we love/hate about feelings - they force us into action; we can sit and wallow uncomfortably in wanting to avoid them, or we can wade uncomfortably straight through them. 

Either way, we're going to be feeling itchy and maybe short
of breath.

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fe·ral

ferəl,ˈfirəl/

adjective

in a wild state, especially after escape from
captivity or domestication.

We work with womxn who are being actively called to more - more living from the truest parts of themselves, more action, more clear emotional communication, and more clarity in relationship to self, family, community, and the culture at large.

We recognize that not every space is the appropriate space to show up with our shit; decentering ourselves from certain conversations comes at a price, and that price is often feeling alone with our pain, wounds, experiences, and fears. We provide the safe and contained
space to unpack those things.

The core of what we do and what makes it beneficial is that we work with you on a deeply individual level on things that will - if we're all (you, us) doing our best - radiate out and positively impact others.

We recognize that your pain is your pain, your hard is your hard - and that those things are real. They are valid. But more than that, they need to be processed, healed, and used as fuel for growth into a space of relentlessly and unapologetically authentic living.

We work in a way that honors the fact that deep internal inquiry is an ongoing process, and to that end, we work with you to learn to gain the capacity to sit with your own discomfort around your healing and growth; we will have failed if the only time you feel you're able to continue your personal excavation process is in our presence or the presence of others who do work similar to ours. 

In the end, it turns out the clichés are true: transformation really does happen when we're willing to let ourselves unravel and see what we've been hiding.

And that's what we're doing here.

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A healer does not heal you.

A healer is someone who holds space for you while you awaken your inner healer, so that you may heal yourself.
— Maryam Hasnaa