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Embodied Woman Online Group

Embodied Woman - Online Group

The online women's group is dedicated to a community of women therapists who have attended our Embodied Woman weekend gatherings, and are committed to regularly attending this online group. We offer a safe and supportive space for women to come together to share openly, feel nurtured through embodied processes and be a part of a soulful women's circle. 

 

Tasha and Katarina offer guided visualisations and meditation, dance and movement work and drawing - to explore personal and collective themes of the group. There is also space for pair work and sharing in the larger ‘circle'. 

Our ancestors often came together to do 'inner work' during the powerful transitions of the Seasons, so we decided in 2022 to hold the group on the dates of each Equinox and Solstice.

This is a closed group. If you have not attended this group before (but have attended in-person embodied woman groups), please let us know by email that you would like to join, before filling in the booking form.

Dates 2022:

Spring Equinox:  Sunday 20.03.2022  - 10am to 1pm

Summer Solstice: Tuesday 21.06.2022 - 6.30pm - 9.30pm

Autumnal Equinox: Thursday 22. 09. 2022 - 6.30pm - 9.30pm

Winter Solstice: Wednesday 21.12.2022 - 6.30pm - 9.30pm

We take a maximum of 10 participants per group

 

Fee: £55 Early Bird (6 weeks before) £65 afterwards

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“Over a number of months of working together the familiarity of the group has deepened the trust and connection between the members, building an emotionally safe and supportive space. The relationships created are ones of genuine caring and kindness toward one another. As a women only group, I have found it particularly beneficial in providing the support and personal nourishment I need in to order to feel fully seen and heard without judgment. This is something I cherish” - JH, participant

“I found the meditation combined with chanting and movement a visceral way of both expelling and grounding my emotions.  It felt quite cathartic and liberating.” - MG, participant