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Are you looking for ways to become more in touch with your true self? Ways to become stronger and more resilient – physically, mentally, and emotionally? Ways to become more connected to the magic of the moon and everything she shines on? Or maybe it’s something else. Whatever it is, I want you to know that you have found yourself in the right place. At Wild Moon, we provide learning experiences and adventures for women to do all these things and more.



Bri Martinez is the CEO and founder of Wild Moon LLC. She has spent the last decade as an educator and outdoor guide, leading backpacking, rock climbing, and kayaking adventures. She has been certified as a Wilderness First Responder since 2011 and spent 5 years as a natural movement coach, helping people reconnect to their bodies and learn to move through life from their intuition and with renewed sense of strength, coordination, and purpose.


Bri lives her life from an expansive and holistic perspective and is deeply fascinated by the beautiful connections we can discover within ourselves between the body, mind, and soul. She seeks to find the magic and wonderful mystery in the every-day moments with herself and through intimately connecting with others. Bri has been deeply influenced by the wisdom of so many powerful women in her life and shares that wisdom through Wild Moon with passion and grace.


Through integrating what she has learned about women’s moon cycles, intuition, and the natural world, Bri creates dynamic and heart-centered learning experiences where women can explore and expand the edges of their own abilities and potential.


Bri lives in Eugene, Oregon and when not leading Wild Moon adventures she dances, watches birds, and is known to dip into a river or lake at any time of the year.


Through nature connection and intuition-building activities, Wild Moon teaches women to uncover the magic that is all around us that has been dulled by the dominant culture most of us are exposed to on a daily basis. We all have an innate ability to know what plants can teach us or how to listen to birds and hear what they are saying, for example. All it requires is that we be mindful, in deep touch with all of our senses, and willing and open to listen patiently.


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“Within every woman there is a wild and natural creature, a powerful force, filled with good instincts and passionate creativity, and ageless knowing. She is the Wild Woman who represents the instinctual nature of women. But she is an endangered species.
- Clarissa Pinkola Estés

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