Women of all ages hear that self care is essential. We know that we can’t pour from an empty cup. While a weekend in a spa and a pound of chocolate sounds dreamy, real lives are filled with responsibilities! How do we practice self-care that sustains us, so that we can give life our best without giving up or burning out?
Through this Radical Self Care circle, women seeking to integrate authentic, realistic, and accomplish-able self-care into daily life come together once a month for a committed period of six months. We create a network of accountability and support for one another as we fall in love with taking excellent care of ourselves.
In this safe and shame-free container, we work on a personal level through journaling, guided meditations, and other thought-provoking exercises to identify and understand individual needs. In facilitated group work we learn and practice strong, healthy, functional self-care tools that help us fulfill those needs.
Challenge yourself to define and reach for goals that serve you in living with less stress and more pleasure. In practicing solid self care, we learn to establish healthy habits, define clean boundaries, speak in truth, act in integrity and have more fun in the moment as we nurture ourselves in mind and body. With simple and practical tools, we delve into self-acceptance, overcoming resistance and transforming self-limiting beliefs. Gain self-esteem and confidence, as you move from “not enough” into action.
Claim your worth, because life doesn’t need to be something you have to escape from!
Contact Jodi with interest for next session
Third Tuesday of every month for 6 months 7-9pm
Investment:$330 package fee includes all six monthly sessions and continuous online group support throughout the six month period. A $110 deposit holds your spot, with balance due by first session. Payment plan arrangements available – just ask. This class is kept intentionally small and fills quickly, so register soon to secure your spot.
Please join us for an evening of learning about herbal remedies for the cold/flu season. We will discuss some folk herb remedies that are appropriate for symptom relief, and simple preventative measures you can take to keep you and your family healthy. Everyone will be making and taking home samples of elderberry syrup and fire cider. All recipes are appropriate for kids over 1, and pregnant and nursing mothers. This workshop is for anyone who is intrigued by herbalism and the idea of using natural remedies for both prevention and treatment.
Tuesday, October 22 at 6:30pm
Investment: $50 includes all materials- everyone will be making and taking home samples of elderberry syrup and fire cider.
Mothering without My Mother: Navigating the Holiday Season
Join Kelly Siegel McGinnis of Insight Mental Wellness for this free support group as a starting ground for connection and conversation between women who are navigating the waters of motherhood without their own mothers. We will focus on the different kinds of issues that you may be dealing with privately that keep you silent during regular supportive groups, or in conversations with friends who vent about the frustrations of dealing with their own mothers. Discuss the unique kinds of grief that the role of motherhood can bring up for you with people who “get it.”
Join Carrie from HoliMomma for this therapeutic yogic approach to pelvic health. Carrie will begin with a brief description of pelvic anatomy and will guide you through a practice to deepen your awareness through breath, alignment and posture. The intention of the practice is to release and stabilize the pelvic floor and deep core muscles. This class is open to all adult women only. Yoga experience is helpful but not required.