You give, you work, you sacrifice. But are you brave enough to put yourself at the top of your priority list?
Calling all women who do too much! Self-care isn’t selfish. Its a revolutionary act. A feminine road back to yourself. And it changes everything.
You already know this is true. But sometimes, we need a reminder. A skilled guide back to our own inner wisdom. A sacred pause from lifes endless To Dos … so we can return to our deepest, truest vitality.
This self-care mini-retreat is lovingly designed to help busy women harness the healing power of ancient feminine wisdom within their modern lives … so you can reclaim the lasting harmony and happiness that is your birthright.
Whether you are running your own business or raising a family (or both), youll discover how to live a meaningful, authentic life, the feminine way: guided from within.
I don’t perform very much these days, but I’ll be singing at my church, Unity Unitarian, in St. Paul for all three services: 9:00 am, 11:00 am and 4:30 pm. I’d love to see you there!
I sing a mixture of original and medieval celticky music. Check out my music (and CDs).
One audience member said “Your music reminds me of my ancient celtic roots and resonates deeply in my soul.”
This is part of the MN-IEA Member Appreciation Brunch. You need to join the organization to attend it.
Brain-Wave Coach Dr. Anna Vazquez on cello and Certified Riso-Hudson Enneagram Teacher and Holistic Health & Wellness Coach Katy Taylor take you on a journey exploring Presence—what supports us to be more present and what gets in the way. Together, we’ll explore presence experientially and use the map of the Enneagram to understand type-specific triggers that cause us to lose presence. We’ll come up with ways to recognize when we leave presence as well as ways to find our way back home.
Join the Winter Solstice Celebration, a contemplative, family-friendly, Celtic-inspired ritual to mark the turning of the year as the darkness gives way to the growing light. This participatory ritual will include chanting, meditation, candle-lighting, singing, and cauldron jumping. Kids—bring animal masks and hand percussion (rattles, shakers, bells)!
Note: This workshop is part of a full-day women’s retreat.
What if joy were always here, within reach, within us, but we just weren’t mindful enough to recognize it?
Join me to explore how we can use the natural rhythm of our daily lives to mindfully welcome joy through various practices including meditation, movement, and music.
* The image of the woman bursting out of a flower is from a painting by Melissa Harris. Check out her beautiful work.