Workshop (Oakland): Tuning in to Our Wild Women Nature w/ Sound Healing, Body Movement, & Self-Reflection

“The doors to the world of the wild Self are few but precious.
If you have a deep scar, that is a door, if you have an old, old story, that is a door.
If you love the sky and the water so much you almost cannot bear it, that is a door.
If you yearn for a deeper life, a full life, a sane life, that is a door.”
-Women Who Run With the Wolves, Clarissa Pinkola Estes


Join us in a sacred women’s circle
off the beaten path, to tune in to the wild
and wondrous nature of our bodies and femininity.
We’ll be using the resonating tools of sound healing with natural elements, intuitive body movement and expressive writing reflection to discover parts of ourselves
and one another in community.

386 19th Street
Oakland, CA 94612

Date & Time: Saturday, September 8th @ 10:30am - 1pm

This workshop includes:

  • A safe place to show up, reflect, play and be non-judgmentally seen by others in community
  • Guided meditation and sound healing experiences
  • Space for personal and collective visualization and reflection
  • Light refreshments

Open to self-identified women, all accessibility and experience levels are welcome

$35* | tickets on sale until Friday, 9/7 at 9pm
*please purchase tickets on time


This workshop has been inspired by the "wild women archetype" as described by Jungian psychoanalyst and natal storyteller, Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estés in Women Who Run With the Wolves.

Your Facilitators


Fountainetta Coleman

Fountainetta has been a multi-instrumentalist and instructor of percussion throughout the Bay Area for twenty years.  Her deepest interest is fusing percussion, voice and movement in order to bring a fully embodied experience into artistic creation.  Through embodiment she seeks to impact and expand consciousness around wellness, and bring focus to how embodiment can lead us to a truly wholistic humane existence.  

With her studies in Sound, Voice and Music Healing (California Institute of Integral Studies), training in various movement styles (Maureen Haley Studios in San Jose and the Malonga Casquelord Center in Oakland), the deepest intention is how our embodiment can bring us INSPIRATION, joy, engagement and community. 


“Come with an open heart and spirit to be inspired,
disappointed, affirmed, confirmed, challenged, shifted in consciousness,
enlivened and lured into yourself.”


Chetna Mehta

Chetna is a folk mixed media artist, creative entrepreneur and mental wellness consultant impassioned by merging spirituality and the healing arts with psychology and education.

Her work today is rooted in self-actualization, empowerment and interconnection between humanity, ancestors, nature, and mind-body-spirit. She's centered on expanding awareness and practice in our personal and co-creative healing, particularly in community circle. She received a MA in Counseling Psychology from The Wright Institute in Berkeley.