The focus of this group will be to develop a deeper relationship with self-care and self-love to ensure this becomes the foundation of our day and what we bring into the rest of our lives.
Each month will follow a theme
February - Thursday 13th Feb 6.30pm to 8.00p
Our relationship with new beginnings
February is well into the new 2020 cycle. We may have made resolutions to give up something or start something else, and have had the best intentions in the world, only to find yourself back in a familiar routine you were hoping to avoid. This months group considers how to move a new rhythm.
March - Thursday 12th March 6.30pm to 8.00pm
Our relationship with cycles
It is an opportunity to investigate the many cycles in our life, to consider what the impact in our life is when we go against those cycles and what life would be like if we lived in a way that honoured those cycles.
April - Thursday 16th April 6.30pm to 8.00pm
Our Relationship with rhythms
In this meet up we consider our relationship with rhythms. It is an opportunity to investigate how our rhythm in our day supports us to honour the cycles we live within and address the tension and anxiety we can find ourselves governed by.
May - Thursday 14th May 6.30pm to 8.00pm
Our relationship with appreciation
What is appreciation? Is it the same as being grateful or thankful? This months group tease out what appreciation means and how it might build into our work and home life and impact our relationships.
June - Thursday 11th June 6.30pm to 8.00pm
Our relationship with movement
How do we move? Do we move with care for the body that is moving, or in awareness of the bodies we are moving around? This month we consider the ripple effect of our movements.
July - Thursday 9th July 6.30pm to 8.00pm
Our relationship with sleep
Sleep is one of the foundations for health and well-being so why do we fight it?! Let's investigate how we distract ourselves and oftentimes deny ourselves this much needed cycle. How we can bring our awareness of rhythms, cycles and movement into our relationship with our day and how we prepare for sleep?
August - Thursday 13th August 6.30pm to 8.00pm
Our relationship with food
How much do we use food to sustain us, to give us the fuel to support our bodies to be efficient in what they do? Or do we have a relationship with food that is not in honour of our body and more of an emotional or indulgent relationship, perhaps a love-love or love-hate relationship? Today we consider the impact our relationship might have on the way we feel about ourselves and therefore all our relationships.
September - Thursday 10th September 6.30pm to 8.00pm
Our relationship with exercise
Exercise is a part of our foundation for health and well-being so today we peel exercise back and reflect our relationship with movement and not so much what we do but how we do what we do.
October - Thursday 8th October 6.30pm to 8.00pm
Our relationship with communication
How much do we communicate even before we open our mouths? Today we consider how we feel about communication, how we can understand the impact of both our verbal and non-verbal communication and how we respond to what we feel communicated from others. This is an opportunity to bring a deeper awareness to what we are impacted by and how we impact others.
November - Thursday 12th November 6.30pm to 8.00pm
Our relationship with celebrations
In this meet up we consider our relationship with celebrations. At the start of the annual end of year celebrations this meet up offers space to consider how we will bring all we have confirmed and lived in our bodies this year to a celebration. We will enjoy nibbles and fine conversation as well as reflect on what we have appreciated about and what foundations have been laid in 2020.
$10 per group payable at the door. Limited space, bookings essential.
If we take time to build a relationship of self-care with ourselves then we build a foundation that can support us throughout our lives. This is a relationship we take into everything we do, everyone we meet and a footprint we leave behind for others to walk in. We need role models in our lives that reflect to each other and the next generation that life is about more than 'rush rush rush' and 'do do do'