Women have been gathering since the dawn of time, sharing, laughing, crying, hugging…
We have moved away from tribal life and the extended family habitation and yet our human need for connection and real support remains.
There is an inherent gift, a medicine, in true friendship and a real, deep connection between women. This is what we are seeking when we spend this time together on Sunday afternoons.
Touch is an important part of our practices. Respectful and nourishing touch. The touch practices that we incorporate are simply a way to bring us more into our bodies. Embodiment practices teach us that feelings are an energy that we can tap into and work with. When we feel an emotion and then create a story around it we create a sticky place that is hard to undo. When we feel an emotion, and notice it in our bodies, we can move through it and emerge empowered and triumphant, celebrating our gifts in a way that trickles into our daily lives.
You will find that true spiritual work does not require being away on a five day retreat. It does not take place only when you are stepping away from the routine of your life.