Women's Circles

Women's Circles

Connect with
like-minded women
in a safe, supportive and
nurturing space.

Women's Circle Glow with the Flow

 

 

I invite you to join me...

for a beautiful evening with like-minded women to connect, support and nurture each other. I create a safe, warm and welcoming space for you to be seen, heard and TRULY understood. Women uplifting and inspiring other women by sharing their experience of life, all the challenges and the joys, is an incredible way to help us to align to our TRUTH – to live a life with clarity, freedom, love and peace.

Next circle

Date TBA.

Stay tuned for what this circle will be focused around!!

AS ALWAYS:

All is welcome in circle. All of you is held and loved.

Your wild

Your wise

Your woeful

Bring it all and watch the magic happens as a space of acceptance is made for the deepest parts of you

Each women’s circle includes:

 

Gentle yoga

Very gentle movements with an emphasis on linking the body to the breath to ground your energy and calm the mind. Suitable to all levels and abilities, you practice at your own pace, listening to your body.

 

Meditation

After we have grounded our energy we have the opportunity to set our intention for the evening. Why am I here? What do I want to get out of this?? And then we let it go. We surrender to the outcome. When we set an intention it is often fulfilled in unexpected ways. Be open to the magic the universe has to offer.

 

Sharing & Connecting

We share our intention and have the chance to speak whilst truly being listened to and understood. We have a chance to listen attentively to each beautiful woman and how they experience life. This is unlike speaking and listening in our day-to-day. It is more connected and supportive.

 

Journaling

When we truly speak and listen, we often come to significant insights about ourselves and the way we experience life. Journaling gives you the opportunity to muse over and reflect on these insights, which helps to create life-long changes.

 

Sound healing and relaxation

Using crystal singing bowls we finish the evening in savasana (deep relaxation) to integrate all the insights, energy and anything else that has come up for you.

Tea and chats

After we close the circle you have a chance to share a cup of tea and chat to the women you feel you resonated with most. This often forms deep connections, whether it be for that night or for a lifetime.

 

What people are saying

When I first heard of the Women’s Circle I was curious, yet apprehensive. I wasn’t sure what to expect, but Liga made contact with me beforehand to ask a few questions... this helped settle any unease I had. So I booked myself a spot, gathered up my courage along with my yoga mat and journal and went. While I had never before tried yoga, I have always been curious and wanted to experience it at least once. Walking up those steps into the safety of the room not knowing what to expect was a little daunting, but immediately I stepped into the room, I was made feel welcome and included.

Okay, yoga and I aren’t a perfect match. My body is old and worn in places, besides being a bit more than I would like it to be, but I pushed that aside, and gave it a go. Surprised that it was not exhausting like some exercise classes I have attended, but a gentle way to get this old body a little more flexible... which was my aim. There are some things I cannot do, but I just did what I could and didn’t feel any pressure to “push through” and conform to a set standard.

The beautiful encounter time of sitting in a circle and talking about our feelings, about our aims and simply listening to others, as well as taking the time to journal those thoughts and feelings...that was special. The gentle hum of music in the background, the sense of purpose in the women present are all fulfilling experiences. The whole experience of just being in a safe space, with beautiful women who truly just want to love and support each other...is something you should give a go!

I’m going back this Friday, with a mind that is willing , a body that is often unable... but a heart that is open. See you there sometime!

- Maureen