Wilderness Wisdom Journeys are designed to bring balance to all aspects of your being; physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually.
There is a focus on connecting with Earth and Spirit through energy medicine teachings and being in Nature. There is an emphasis on how thoughts affect reality and how shifting the way you look at your world actually has the ability to change it.
We work closely with the Earth...slowing down..taking your shoes off, and being in direct contact with the earth. The Earth holds us and reflect s back to us so we can see our own truth. In Nature we open up naturally..we feel expansive, time slows, and our attention shifts. Through these subtle shifts in our experiences, we learn and practice listening deeply...
YOUR GUIDE: Jaclyn Ouillette Wilderness Wisdom Guide, has a B.A. in Outdoor Education with a concentration in Wilderness Leadership & Adventure Education. She is a Certified Practitioner of Energy Medicine, Luminous Healing, & Generational Healing Method, and is also Registered as a Maine Wilderness Guide. She has been leading Wilderness Journeys focused on self awareness and personal growth since 2004. In 2004 she received the Outdoor Education Honors award and the Outstanding Community Service Award from Johnson State College for her leadership in the local community. She worked as an Instructor for NOLS (National Outdoor Leadership School) in Wyoming. For several years her focus was in Therapeutic Wilderness and Adventure programs and worked as a Senior Backcountry Field Instructor in Maine, Colorado, Idaho, and North Carolina. A devastating run with a severely debilitating disease, "chronic, late stage neurological Lyme Disease" led her through unsuccessful treatments in western medicine to ancient energy medicine from the Q'ero who lived in the high mountains of Peru. The ancient teachings and energy medicine techniques helped her to heal what her doctors thought was impossible. After 5 devastating years she built her strength back and studied with 3 Master Maine Guides to become registered as a Maine Wilderness Guide and to return to the wilderness in a new way.