Wild and weightless climbing collaboration
Climb - explore - be free - be wild - grow
She Moves Mountains and Wild and Weightless collaborate to inspire positive body image through an empowering experience of climbing outdoors, where participants can celebrate their bodies for all that they can DO, rather than what they look like.
This outdoor experience aims to build compassionate relationships with our bodies through time spent outside, and will offer space to challenge the myths we have created about our bodies.
She Moves Mountains AMGA Single Pitch Instructors will provide two days of rock climbing outdoors at Smith Rock State Park. Wild and Weightless staff will provide discussion and insight into creating positive relationships with our bodies.
Dates: Saturday September 8th/Sunday September 9th
Two full days of climbing instruction, all climbing gear, one organic dinner, and counseling from Wild and Weightless staff
Does not include:
Camping gear, breakfast, lunch, and gratuities for She Moves Mountains/Wild and Weightless staff
Saturday/Sunday day: Rock climbing at Smith Rock State Park, paired with discussions and activities led by Wild and Weightless.
Saturday evening: A shared organic and enriching dinner at Skull Hallow campground, with a discussion about the day.
Sunday evening: Closing discussion and thoughts about the event.
Both new and experienced climbers are welcome.
Wild and weightless
Kristen holds a Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a concentration in Wilderness Therapy, and has spent the last year working with clients with various eating disorders, as well as trauma, anxiety, depression and complex diagnosis'. As founder of Wild and Weightless, Kristen hopes to inspire others to seek empowerment and confidence through outdoor activity.
Kristen has spent almost a decade guiding outdoor adventure trips all over the world. Through these experiences in the outdoors, Kristen has created a more thoughtful, compassionate and loving relationship with her body. She believes that connection with our bodies, nature, and supportive communities is what ultimately heals us from eating disorders and negative body image issues.