Upcoming Event: Anatomy of Breath- Sip and Colour Night
You may be functioning while holding your breath every day. Do you always feel tired? Get headaches? Feel stressed? It’s time to reconnect with your breath in a creative way. Sip wine, enjoy yummy and healthy food, join friends, colour and learn the Anatomy of Breath with chiropractor, dance artist and pilates instructor, Dr. Blessyl Buan at Sweat & Soda.
Thursday, December 7, 2017 7:00pm Sweat & Soda 1091 Queen Street East $25.00
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Registration required in advance. Colouring pages, coloured pencils and glass of wine included in registration fee. Participants must be at least 21 years old. Feel free to bring your own colouring items. Sweat & Soda Menu items available for additional purchase during event.
A CARE CIRCLE FOR WOMEN
So when Dr. Blessyl and Lynne first met, they instantly connected and shared similar inquiries about not only how to juggle it all but generational healing, supportive energetic practices and more. They thought it would be powerful to include others in the conversation as there is power in numbers.
Times are shifting and energies are incredibly powerful. We are being called to lead by example.
Now is the time to circle together to support and learn from one another. To plant deep roots and expand our reach. Not only for our children and clients, but for ourselves. Because how effective are we when we are depleted and how much more efficient we are when we are centered. What better place to do this than with other nurturers, care providers and natural born healers.
I’M NOT SURE I REALLY NEED THIS
We don’t have always have the opportunity to share what’s really in our heart and minds, without judgement, as we have our professional hat on, cleaning dirty hands or worry we may look uncapable. If you’re craving a place to discuss some ideas, shift your energy and learn new tools to add to your medicine bag, you’re not alone. This is exactly why we want to gather around.
The upside to circling together:
- Having a safe space to share
- Sharing healing modalities
- Nurturing ourselves
- Connecting with others in the field
- Being inspired