Women's Circles with Sofia
We are so happy to offer these monthly gatherings in the beautiful, sacred Womb Space of Bright and Balanced Living. This is an opportunity for us to gather as women in the rawness and realness of life. We meet in sharing, sounding and singing, we meet to create Earth Magic. The intentions of the circles are to facilitate an authentic and real space for us women to just be and to connect. To connect inwards, to the earth and to strengthen the bonds of sisterhood.
We come together in the circle with the intention to hold space for one another. We share and listen, trusting each other’s paths and abilities to move forward through our journeys in life.
Women’s circles are based on the very old ways of meeting with intention to connect to spirit within us and around us. The circles also offer us a sisterhood that many of us have forgotten and that we are now re-remembering and realising how deep a need it is for us to be in such sacred, safe spaces…
Each circle includes a grounding meditation, an opportunity to share and reflect on the last month, sounding and singing, tea with yummy wholesomeness and other connective practices.
There is only a limited number of spaces in these circles because of their intimate nature.
Place: Bright and Balanced Living, 3/22 Govetts Leap Road, Blackheath
Exchange: $38, bookings essential.
Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions and to book your place in the circle. Places are limited so book in as soon as possible if you are interested.
My name is Sofia, and I am very passionate about the empowerment of women through the space of Women Circles. For me Women Circles have been a powerful medicine for many years. It is a space where I have grown into myself more and more, learnt to trust myself by allowing, trusting and flowing with the waves of life. I feel very passionately about this form of gathering. It is a space where we all create beauty and magic together. It’s a space for us to grow and expand both as individuals and together.
Event artwork by Stella Maria Baer