Kia Ora, Welcome to wild & grace media | events… inviting the good life.

My name is Emily and I seeded wild & grace in Spring of 2011 upon my husband and I, relocating back to our homeground – the Bay of Plenty, Aotearoa.

wild & grace is a culmination of what I have observed and gathered until now in a life centred around the Arts, People, Health and Teaching. I am propelled to write and bring people together to learn and share after re-discovering Joseph Campbell’s ‘Follow your Bliss’. I offer wild & grace so that the skills and wisdom from our grandparents, teachers, explorers and questioners are re-generated.

wild & grace produce learning events  – micro and macro. There are 5 focus points that umbrella the nature of these huis / workshops:

  • Creative Projects – participating in and celebrating the arts
  • Community – bringing people together
  • Nature – getting people outside and in nature – yours and everyone’s
  • Wellbeing – promoting happiness and health
  • Sustainability – sharing knowledge and inciting action relating to the environment

This wordpress site and are two access points for people curious about wild & grace. The intention is to publish once a week although some weeks are busier than others. Both the blogsite and facebook pages are a platform to promote wild & grace and other events of a like-minded nature occurring pre-dominantly in the Bay of Plenty. Once in a while we highlight global brilliance – people, art, events – which echo wild & grace’s sentiment.

We’re delighted you visited wild & grace. Go well.

6 replies on “About

  1. Well you so obviously out Ve what you write, Emily. Love The focus points and how you describe what inspired you to seed Wild and Grace. Can’t wait to get reading.

I love reading your comments, kia ora for taking the time to share your thoughts

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