Mother's Sanctuary - Breathing, Rest and Reflection Circle for Mum's
When? 3rd June 10.15-11.30
Where? Golden Green Village Hall TN11 0AB (plenty of free parking nearby)
Come and join us for 75 minutes of rest and reflection. This class is like a mini retreat, some precious uninterrupted time for you!
Amongst our busy lives it can be hard to quiet our mind and tune into our inner guidance...In this 75 minute class we will use breathing techniques, meditation, singing, journaling and sharing to calm our nervous system and bring clarity to our mind and heart.
Please bring a pen and journal/notebook
Hot drinks and refreshments provided
I am trialling this class, with the view to making it a monthly event.
Trial Price - £5.55 BOOK HERE
Image credit : https://www.globalsisterhood.org/blog/womenscirclesthenandnow
What Is a Women’s Circle?
"Something spiritual and joyful happens when women intentionally gather. Women have been coming together in circles since the beginning of time. Indeed, it is a primal urge to gather and connect with other women.
These gatherings are sometimes referred to as red tents or moon lodges. Historically, women gathered during a new moon or full moon to celebrate the divine feminine. They recognized the connection between menstrual cycles and lunar cycles. Indeed, rather than being a curse, menstruation represents death and rebirth.
During these ancient gatherings, women of all ages circled the light and warmth of a fire. It was a time to share meals, tell stories, learn healing traditions, celebrate life events, and honor the ancestors." Quote from Keep It Tight Sisters
About Your Teacher
Laura Lamn is a singer, artist, writer, teacher and seamstress living, working and mothering in the Garden of England. During the last fifteen years she has studied and trained under the guidance of many different spiritual disciplines and teachers with the aim of fully understanding happiness, connection and community. Inspired by Buddhism, Taoism, Shamanism and other religious and non-religious practices she has developed her own programme that she loves to share with others.