Join us via zoom on May 23rd 2-330pm for this special event, in honor of Mother’s Day month. Open to all (self-identifying) womxn and girls, we will work to empower as well as build resilience and community for the girls in our lives.
This circle will be a free-er flowing circle space for the girls in our lives to discuss what it means to be a girl, the transition to womanhood, questions they have, or support that they might need. There will not be a set theme or ritual, but discussion of these topics (ex. how to use ritual and nature to support transitions) are welcome. This circle will not be offering medical advice but will be a space to facilitate conversation and support each other in exploration of the topics. Their adult womxn are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Pre-registration is required within 24 hrs prior to the event. Early registration is recommended as size is limited. A zoom link will be sent to participants the morning of the event.
Facilitated by faculty member Dr. Allison Mitch, PT (DPT), RYT 500, shamanic practitioner, and wild woman circle facilitator. For more information, please see our faculty member page.
(Images associated with the event are from The Resiliency Institute)