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Cortijo Romero
Cortijo Romero

Wild Twin

Let the other you out!

From Saturday Jun 30, 2018 to Saturday Jul 07, 2018
Cost: £730.00
Availability: CALL

When did you first start to prize being “good, likeable and reliable” above letting all your dimensions out to play? When did you become cautious and sensible, when part of you wants to rush headlong into the gaping wolf-jaws of life? It usually starts at around 5 years old - and continues for life.

Old stories say that we are all born with a ‘Wild Twin’ - a glorious, shameless, valiant, foul-mouthed, swaggering pirate, who runs at life and devours it. We might glimpse it, but often put it away for another day. Here’s a summons - dive in headlong, re-acquaint yourself with your Wild Twin and incorporate him or her back into your life. Are you up for this Call to Adventure? It's Time!

You’ll be in safe hands as you drum and sing in harmony under the stars, hear stories, re-write your own story, write songs together, laugh, dance, feast, hear the call of the wild and explore what it means to you as you journey into the remoter regions of your imagination.


Course Leader

Tom Morley and Dawn Ellis
Tom and Dawn are experienced Masters of Ceremony and Misrule, facilitators, educators and ritual-makers worldwide; they bring the Wild Twin course to Cortijo in July. They combine a light touch and deep care, with an untrammelled creative spirit. Tom is a songwriter, drummer and singing facilitator of many years standing and Dawn is a personal development coach, storyteller and celebrant. They are both keynote speakers and together run Instant Teamwork, which is devoted to creating instant connection in diverse groups of people.



Another Kind of Christmas
with Tom Morley and Dawn Ellis
Dec 22 - 29
Celebration and reflection to warm your heart

Singing In The New Year
with Polina Shepherd
Dec 29 -
Jan 5
Inspiring Eastern traditions - with added Spanish sunshine.

People Say…

"Dawn and Tom were enthusiastic and supportive and under their guidance the group came to trust each other very quickly. "

Irene Kitchin