We believe that finding sanctuary and connection in the natural world is essential to our wholeness and wellness as individuals and as a community. Through direct, embodied, meaningful contact with wild Nature, our rites of passage, education and training programs foster personal and professional transformation for teens, adults, professionals and organizations. This work is a part of our effort to make vibrant and essential contributions toward a more reciprocal and balanced relationship between the human community and the natural world.
Wilderness Reflections has two branches: Our traditional wilderness quests and rites of passage trips and our new TerraSoma Ecopsychology Training Institute. You can link to all the details below.
To get another take on our story and what we offer, view the photo galleries on each program page and read our Accolades from past trip participants. For a quick list of all our quests, training programs and other events, go to our Calendar page.
We look forward to connecting with you!
Our home base and course areas are on the unceded ancestral lands of the Coast Miwok people near the headwaters of Tokelalume (Lagunitas Creek) in Sa-ta-ko (San Geronimo Valley). We honor with gratitude the land itself, and all of its ancestors: past, present, and emerging. (See full statement or go to CoastMiwokLandAcknowledgmentProject and www.marinmiwok.com)