CANCELLED for Coronavirus Safety!
You give, you work, you sacrifice. But are you brave enough to put yourself at the top of your priority list? To consistently practice aligning with the rhythms of life?
Calling all women who do too much! Self-care isn’t selfish. It’s a revolutionary act. A feminine road back to yourself. And essential self-care 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 life’s endless To Do’s … so we can engage with practices that help us 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.
We will engage with the creative energies of Spring together: renewal, creativity, and reawakening.
Whether you are running your own business or raising a family (or both), you will practice living a meaningful, authentic life, the feminine way: guided from within.
Minimum of 6 women; Maximum of 12.
Registration Deadline: Friday, March 27th
Please contact Katy to send a check.
First-time registration includes The Way of the Happy Woman book.
Join me and Elisabeth Haight for a 45-minute, contemplative Christian music service that draws on the Celtic Christian and Taize traditions.
In the summer months, we meet outside, held in and surrounded by the land and ocean at Chetzemoka Park.
If you don’t know our gathering spot, it is best to arrive on time as someone will meet you at the main entrance to Chetzemoka park at 4pm and guide you over to the shady spot where we gather under the trees, where we will maintain physical distance. Please plan to wear a mask.
Come sing together via Zoom on 1st and 3rd Thursdays!
We will chant together to create the world we want to live in through our song. We will sing chants from many sources—Thich Nhat Hanh, 12th c. Hildegard von Bingen, Scots Gaelic, local singer/composer Laurence Cole, and many more from the community singing tradition.
Singing is known to help connect us to ourselves and to each other, as well as to calm the nervous system. Who doesn’t need more of that in their lives right now?
I will teach each chant line by line so you can follow along, and then we’ll sing all together. Because of the nature of Zoom (delays due to intermittent connection), you’ll only be able to hear and sing with my voice, but you’ll be able to see others and have the visual experience of singing and being together. You don’t need to be a “singer”—just come and add your voice and heart full of good intentions!
Contact me for the Zoom link to attend no later than 6:00 on the day of the chanting.