The "self" truly is a reflection of everyone that we interact with; there is no separation and we are inextricably linked. The current cultural context is one that is greatly imbalanced, causing dysfunction, separation, isolation, trauma and harm individually and collectively. Self-Care is a radical act of resistance. As we move into a new year, it is time for us to consider how we want to more intentionally care for ourselves and others.
Through the practice of meditation, ritual and movement, this workshop will focus on the relationship that you have with yourself and how that informs your relationships with others. In this workshop we will explore what it means to make space to practice self-care and what it means to care for the collective good. We will set intentions focused on living into the highest version of ourselves, and make space to heal our hearts so that we can more clearly see our connection with others.
This workshop will include meditation, movement, chakra clearing, journaling, intention setting and a soothing savasana.
Please bring a journal with you.
30.00 (Scholarships available)
18 Springs has a scholarship fund if you need financial support to be able to participate in this offering. Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about scholarships.