What we're about

This is great space for people looking to get healthy, considering or in the midst of procreation, trying to integrate more sustainability into their life, or just plain curious about any of the above. We're looking at the BIG frame of human reproduction - how we (re)create our bodies, our fuller selves, communities, cultures, and new life, within a spiritual and ecological context. We are getting inspired to apply and practice intentional reproduction of all kinds in our own lives. The human body and its energy are miraculous, multilayered systems, and to enter the process of reproduction with this consciousnesss - whether that is healing at a cellular level, evolving our physical lifestyle, healing our lineage, or preparing for pregnancy and parenting - means taking a holistic, systemic approach to wellness. What we eat, what we consume, what we think and feel towards our own bodies, and how we navigate existing choices along the spectrum of reproduction - all of this plays into the ecology of reproductive wellness. It takes a village - and a planet - to BE fully human! This is a space to learn and share about different tools and processes that can inform an integrated, Earth-conscious, joyful life with reverence for the human body, mind, heart and spirit and wider circle of life. Focus will be on honoring our unique paths to nutritional agency, consumer impact/footprint, reproductive choice and education in birth and beyond, healing our families and communities through individual responsibility, holistic approaches to modern health obstacles, and connecting to #JuicyEarth. All folks of all reproductive capacities, interests and experiences welcome.

Upcoming events (5+)

#juicyEarth Couples Hike!

Richard C Trudeau Conference Center

Looking for a healthy morning date with your sweetie? Couples are welcome to join us for some natural romance on this easy-to-moderate walk in Joaquin Miller Park. Enrich your senses together as you enjoy the fresh air, lush greenery and the occasional critter. Please bring light layers, sneakers or hiking boots, and a water bottle. Please note there are sometimes very friendly off-leash dogs on this trail. The trail itself is wide and very well-maintained, and has a few small hills/inclines. Redwoods, flowering plants and views of surrounding landscape make this a relaxing, serene experience just minutes from the city. Accessible by car or bus. We will be moving at a slow-to-moderate pace and everyone needs to stay on the trail to protect the local ecosystems and avoid poison oak exposure. This trail is safe enough for pregnant women and children. We are allowing two hours for this walk, although participants are of course welcome to stay longer and explore the park on their own time. If you can't make the first one, we will be enjoying this summer hike every two weeks, on July 8th, July 22nd, and August 5th :-).

#juicyEarth Couples Hike!

Richard C Trudeau Conference Center

Looking for a healthy morning date with your sweetie? Couples are welcome to join us for some natural romance on this easy-to-moderate walk in Joaquin Miller Park. Enrich your senses together as you enjoy the fresh air, lush greenery and the occasional critter. Please bring light layers, sneakers or hiking boots, and a water bottle. Please note there are sometimes very friendly off-leash dogs on this trail. The trail itself is wide and very well-maintained, and has a few small hills/inclines. Redwoods, flowering plants and views of surrounding landscape make this a relaxing, serene experience just minutes from the city. Accessible by car or bus. We will be moving at a slow-to-moderate pace and everyone needs to stay on the trail to protect the local ecosystems and avoid poison oak exposure. This trail is safe enough for pregnant women and children. We are allowing two hours for this walk, although participants are of course welcome to stay longer and explore the park on their own time. If you can't make the first one, we will be enjoying this summer hike every two weeks, on July 8th, July 22nd, and August 5th :-).

#juicyEarth Couples Hike!

Richard C Trudeau Conference Center

Looking for a healthy morning date with your sweetie? Couples are welcome to join us for some natural romance on this easy-to-moderate walk in Joaquin Miller Park. Enrich your senses together as you enjoy the fresh air, lush greenery and the occasional critter. Please bring light layers, sneakers or hiking boots, and a water bottle. Please note there are sometimes very friendly off-leash dogs on this trail. The trail itself is wide and very well-maintained, and has a few small hills/inclines. Redwoods, flowering plants and views of surrounding landscape make this a relaxing, serene experience just minutes from the city. Accessible by car or bus. We will be moving at a slow-to-moderate pace and everyone needs to stay on the trail to protect the local ecosystems and avoid poison oak exposure. This trail is safe enough for pregnant women and children. We are allowing two hours for this walk, although participants are of course welcome to stay longer and explore the park on their own time. If you can't make the first one, we will be enjoying this summer hike every two weeks, on July 8th, July 22nd, and August 5th :-).

#juicyEarth Couples Hike!

Richard C Trudeau Conference Center

Looking for a healthy morning date with your sweetie? Couples are welcome to join us for some natural romance on this easy-to-moderate walk in Joaquin Miller Park. Enrich your senses together as you enjoy the fresh air, lush greenery and the occasional critter. Please bring light layers, sneakers or hiking boots, and a water bottle. Please note there are sometimes very friendly off-leash dogs on this trail. The trail itself is wide and very well-maintained, and has a few small hills/inclines. Redwoods, flowering plants and views of surrounding landscape make this a relaxing, serene experience just minutes from the city. Accessible by car or bus. We will be moving at a slow-to-moderate pace and everyone needs to stay on the trail to protect the local ecosystems and avoid poison oak exposure. This trail is safe enough for pregnant women and children. We are allowing two hours for this walk, although participants are of course welcome to stay longer and explore the park on their own time. If you can't make the first one, we will be enjoying this summer hike every two weeks, on July 8th, July 22nd, and August 5th :-).

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#juicyEarth Couples Hike!

Richard C Trudeau Conference Center

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