Monthly Women's Circles

I remember when I first went to a Women’s Circle. I had no idea what it was going to be about. Maybe they would talk about periods and childbirth? Or maybe there was going to be some kind of magical ceremonial healing that I would receive.

I was intrigued because I felt that without a positive female role model in my life, I skipped that life lesson of what it meant to be a woman. So, I was curious and willing to take the risk. I had an escape plan ready if it was too weird, I’d go to the toilet and then make a run for it!

I was pleasantly surprised though. It was like catching up with my oldest best friends minus the judgment and competitiveness. We sat around and talked one at a time and deeply listened instead of interrupting. We painted some mandala’s on rocks as we shared little intuitive insights that came to us from the rock creations. Then we ate delicious and nourishing food and shared our recipes. There was meditation, face masks, and massages.

This whole practice of intentionally meeting up to build each other up and rise together was new to me. The feeling of love and support and acceptance was something I craved from other women. And the honouring and acknowledgment of what it meant to be a woman were healing. I walked away that night feeling like a part of me had ignited. I was lit up and felt for the first time, empowered.

I remember thinking to myself, all women and girls should feel this feeling. I wanted to be the one to spread that feeling amongst others. I had always felt uncomfortable socially, but this kind of setting was exactly what I craved.

A few years ago, I spent 12 months studying meditation, intuition and conscious spiritual practices that had been a part of my awareness most of my life. I felt that in my work as a Youth Worker and Coach this would complement my toolbox of helping skills.

I became certified as a Red Tent Facilitator with the vision of walking alongside girls and women in womanhood. To empower, connect inspire and uplift women through monthly circles was my end goal.

I am pleased to say I spent three years doing just that. Through monthly rituals based around the moon’s cycle, we came together for reflection and sharing, to enhance our connection to ourselves and nature.

Since moving to Northern Victoria, I have decided to continue to run these circles. I run them on Friday mornings monthly at the Numurkah Community House. I am inviting any women who are looking to go within themselves, unravel the depths of their womanhood, inner knowing, intuition and connect with like-minded women.

So, what would you expect to actually do at a Women’s Circle? As women joining together in circle, we empower, connect, inspire and uplift one another. We practice ancient women’s wisdom through meditation where you connect to your higher self and discover your own spiritual potential. Energetic and intentional healing for self, others and the planet through nature and art-based ritual is determined monthly and is influenced by astrology. We connect spiritually and intuitively to our soul purpose through oracle cards and crystals and then share nourishing food.

When: Friday’s monthly

Time: 10:30 – 12:30

Cost: $38

Where: Numurkah Community House

If you are interested in joining you can find the dates here

To find out more about The Red Tent global movement go here

Business is back for 2020

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Business is back for 2020 and I have dates and times booked for all of my meditation, art therapy and women’s circle groups.
You can check them out here I’m looking forward to reconnecting and working with you. Please share with your friends who may benefit and spread the love!
If it is individual intuitive guidance or coaching you are after to get on track for 2020 then contact me and we can chat about how we can work together. 
I am also taking bookings from schools, organisations and community groups for wellbeing workshops, speaking and strategic planning. 
Head to my Facebook and Instagram pages to stay in the loop too.

December Full Moon Women's Circle

Wow! The next Women’s Circle has filled fast. With 10 days to go now is the time to secure your spot.

The full moon will be in Gemini, which makes this a great time to keep our hand’s busy weaving wreaths while sharing our reflections and intuitive guidance. The wreath being a circle is symbolic of the cyclical nature of ourselves and that there are two sides and multi-facets to everything.

The Sun is in Sagittarius which send us forward in our direction and journey in life, bringing in new perspectives and vision for our future. Sag is also very adventurous and strategic, a great time to hold our vision and determine clear steps towards it.

If you’d like to join in the next circle please book with me 0422 035 204

Event link: https://www.facebook.com/events/274623683455870/

Gift Vouchers Are Here!

Now you can get your special someone a gift of wellness. Or you can ask your special someone, who just doesn’t know what to get you, to gift you a voucher so you can come and bliss out! I’m a big fan of experiences as gifts for the people I love. It reduces waste and adding more unnecessary clutter to our homes and the environment. They are also ethical with zero carbon footprint and no exploitation or violation of human rights. All vouchers are emailed digitally, so no trees are harmed in the process.

You can choose any dollar amount to spend on your voucher, or select a particular service, with it remaining valid for three months from the purchase date. All vouchers will be individually addressed to the recipient and you can even add a special note to it. If you would like your voucher printed and wrapped you can pay a small fee of $5.

You can check out my services page here. To grab your voucher contact me here

My first time…in Circle with Women

I remember when I first went to a Women’s Circle. I had no idea what it was going to be about. Maybe they would talk about periods and childbirth? Or maybe there was going to be some kind of magical ceremonial healing that I would receive.

I was intrigued because I felt that somewhere along the line I skipped that life lesson of what it meant to be a woman. So I was curious and willing to take the risk. I had an escape plan ready if it was too weird, I’d go to the toilet and then make a run for it!

I was pleasantly surprised though. It was like catching up with my oldest best friends minus the judgment and competitiveness. We sat around and talked one at a time and deeply listened instead of interrupting. We painted some mandala’s on rocks as we shared little intuitive insights that came to us from the rock creations. Then we ate delicious and nourishing food and shared our recipes. There was meditation, face masks, and massages.

This whole practice of intentionally meeting up to build each other up and rise together was new to me. The feeling of love and support and acceptance was something I craved from other women. And the honoring and acknowledgment of what it meant to be a woman were healing. I walked away that night feeling like a part of me had ignited. I was lit up and felt for the first time, empowered.

I remember thinking to myself, all women and girls should feel this feeling. I wanted to be the one to spread that feeling amongst others. I had always felt uncomfortable socially but this kind of setting was exactly what I craved.

So many years later I began to run my own Circles. I have loved every moment of it and to know that other women are walking away feeling empowered is all my wishes coming true.

If you would like to join me in Circle, they run monthly on a Friday in Numurkah. Find out more here.