Women's Yoga Circles
with Carly Slade
of Moon Forest Flow
Sunday 26th January 12 - 2pm
A women's circle is a safe and sacred space for women to come together to breathe, move and rest, a space to be heard and be seen. This is our monthly sacred space of rest, retreat and reconnection.
Open to women of all ages, life stages and cycle phases, including babies and young children.
Women’s Circles have transformed my life and the lives of many women before me and I see them continue to transform the lives of women over and over.
There is something incredibly powerful about women gathering together in sacred space. In the moon lodge we can show up exactly as we are and feel heard, nurtured, supported and understood. In a world of predictability and restraint here we are reminded of our innate cyclical and feeling natures and are invited to explore a life lived in full flow of our emotions and at an intuitive pace.
“A circle of women may just be the most powerful force known to humanity. If you have one, embrace it. If you need one, seek it. If you find one, for the love of all that is good and holy, dive in. Hold on. Love it up. Get Naked. Let them see you. Let them hold you. Let your reluctant tears fall. Let yourself rise fierce and love gentle. You will be changed. The very fabric of your being will be altered by this, if you allow it. Please, please allow it.” ~ Jeanette LeBlanc
What to expect:
- Centring, grounding and softening to arrive
- Deep Relaxation (Yoga Nidra)
- Each circle includes a sharing aspect ~ sharing is always optional, you can always pass and just sit back and soak up the words from the other women
Carly is a musician, yoga teacher, rewilding advocate and women’s circle facilitator with a passion for yoga nidra, yoga for women’s health and menstruality and a deep love for music and nature (especially dogs, trees, mountain music and the moon).
In well woman classes I teach yoga for women's health to nurture, support and nourish our bodies at all ages, life stages and cycle phases. Inviting play, slowness, spontaneity and sound to rediscover our inner wild women. And always incorporate deep rest through Yoga Nidra , a relaxation practice that can help restore energy, promote encounters with our wild nature and rest deeply in profound presence and ease.