Micah Mortali, M.A.
Micah Mortali holds a master’s degree from Goddard College and is the author of the book “Rewilding: Meditations, Practices and Skills for Awakening in Nature”, published by Sounds True. Micah’s life’s work is about reconnecting modern people with the restorative powers of the living earth through mindfulness, yoga and rewilding practices. His writing and teaching is inspired by the Haudenosaunee concept of the seventh generation, and he believes that we are collectively called to consider the ramifications of our actions today to those living in 2229. He is the founder of the Kripalu School of Mindful Outdoor Leadership and the Director of the Kripalu Schools. Micah is a 500-hour Kripalu Yoga Teacher and a Level 2 Mindful Outdoor Guide. He leads trainings, retreats and seminars on rewilding and mindful outdoor leadership at Kripalu and across New England. He lives in the Berkshire hills of Western Massachusetts with his family.
Reconnect with your wild essence as you awaken your innate bond with the natural world
In his long-awaited book Rewilding, Kripalu director Micah Mortali brings together yoga, mindfulness, wilderness training, and ancestral skills to create a unique guide for reigniting your primal energy—your undomesticated true self—and deepening your relationship with the living earth.
Today, we live mostly urban lives and our vital wildness has gone dormant. With Rewilding, Mortali invites us to shed the effects of over-civilization and explore an inner wisdom that is primal, ancient, and profound.