Step out of your busy life for an evening of gentle reconnection - with your amazing female body, with other beautiful women and with your cyclical feminine reality.
We women naturally embody the rhythmical flow of nature through the turning of our menstrual cycle (whose echo remains with us after menopause). This cycle is a gift that teaches us when to ebb and when to flow - when to retreat and restore and when to push ahead with busy activity.
Embracing this cycle connects us to elemental nature and is the source of our well-being and power as women. But most of us live in a linear way, pushing on through in the same way each day. And dismissing our cycle as a burden, our blood as shameful and our hormonal shifts as making us weaker than men. What actually weakens us is this disdainful attitude towards our female reality.
In these Women’s Circle we will be embracing our natural cyclical way as good and valuable. We’ll enjoy a variety of nourishing women-centric self-care practices, including Yoga, Qigong, conscious dance, meditation, singing, laughter and relaxed chatting and sharing around a theme. All of this is designed to help us fall back in love with our cycling female bodies and, thus, access our authentic feminine power. The Circle is a safe, relaxed and very friendly space, where we can lean in and let ourselves be held. It is open to all women - whether you are looking to boost your general feminine well-being or whether you are navigating some general or female health issue. Don’t feel you have to bring your best self along or to stay away because you are not feeling great. You are most welcome to bring along your authentic self, just as you are right now in your own particular cycle of ups and downs.
Next Circle will be on Friday 18th January 2019, 6.30pm - 8.30pm with Tiffany Bown - £20
In January, we'll gather just before the Full Moon. So we'll celebrate this light in the darkness, this seed of Yang within Winter's Yin. Like a pilot light, that flame burns within us throughout the Winter, allowing us to safely surrender to its dark restorative stillness, knowing that Spring will surely come.