REWILD TO DISCOVER YOUR
SACRED WARRIOR WITHIN


It is time… It is time to step into your wild nature, your original self, eco-defender and Sacred Warrior. United with the part of yourself that howls, blooms, watches, soars and thrives. We are Nature. Join us on a journey into and out to wild nature.

Our Experiences

RETREATS

Reconnect and restore in the beauty of Costa Rica, Scotland or at the Wolf Conservation Center in South Salem NY for a powerful Rewilding retreat.

COURSES

Reveal innate wisdom through courses offered in Herbalism, Sacred Warrior Training and our special 5-week course to Untame The Wild Soul.

PRIVATE SESSIONS

Balance and reawaken your spirit with a custom session drawing upon our pillars of mediation, martial arts, herbalism and creative exploration.

Sacred Warrior Experiences Include:

Movement to reveal your innate power
Meditation to focus your mind
Creative Exploration to reveal your authentic expression

Herbalism to connect with the earth & ancestral healing practices
Wildlife education to experience interconnection

 

TESTIMONIALS

HERBALISM COURSES IN BROOKLYN

EMBODIED PRACTICE

Cultivate internal strength and increase vitality by attuning to nature.

Martial arts meets herbal wellness in this powerful integrative practice developed by Sacred Warrior founder, Vanessa ChakourSacred Warrior Training brings together therapeutic movement, martial arts, mindfulness practice and herbalism into a singular experience that deepens your connection to your body and to the body of the Earth.

Sacred Warrior Boxing
Tuesdays, Prospect Park, BKNY

Reclaim The Wild Woman
Urban Retreat: BKNY

SCOTLAND RETREAT

Magic, Medicine & Myth

A REWILDING RETREAT IN SCOTLAND
JUNE 14th-20th
Join Vanessa Chakour & Ancel Mitchell for a heart centered, soul powered transformational journey in the magical Kilmartin Glen in ScotlandJune 14th-20th 2018.

MEDICINE GARDENS

Transform your outdoor space into a healing medicine garden. We’ll choose plants together based on your needs and teach you how to work with those plants as collaborators in healing.

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