Sat, May 07|
This workshop will help you to take steps towards healing & self-love
Time & Location
May 07, 2022, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM CDT
Wildlight Yoga, 4041 N Milwaukee Ave #302, Chicago, IL 60641, USA
About the event
In this workshop we aim to bring awareness around the Mother Wound and take steps forward in healing this wound within ourselves. Come if you wish to create a deeper understanding of yourself, your relationship with yourself and with others. The Mother Wound is a concept that has become deeply embedded within our culture and society that perpetuates patriarchal ideals that keep women stuck in unfulfilling life patterns. Break free from the wounding and heal yourself in this in-depth and reflective workshop.
This workshop will include a guided visualization, restorative yoga poses, journal prompts and a safe space for processing around this topic. Bring a journal and pen.
- No experience needed.
- Virtual & In-Person option.
- Props needed for Virtual attendance: yoga mat, blanket, bolster/cushion, journal, pen, paper, markers or colored pencils
- Mats & Props will be provided by Wildlight Yoga, for in-person attendance.
- No refunds or credits for any reason.
- Wildlight members receive 10% off. Pre-registration is required. No drop-ins.
About your Instructor:
Brianna Robles (she/her) is a Wildlight Yoga member, trauma-informed, licensed practicing counselor (LPC) whose personal journey of transformation has inspired her work in holistic healing. Brianna views therapy as a metamorphic journey that re-connects you to your inner, higher Self. Her background in community health has given her the opportunity to work with people from all backgrounds that are dealing with depression, anxiety, PTSD as well as intergenerational trauma, addiction, abuse, grief, family & other relationship issues, career development, spirituality exploration, and many other concerns that come up as we navigate through life. Brianna comes offering her gifts of insight, intuition, mindfulness, and holding space for what we cannot process on our own.
Brianna identifies as Latina and a BIPOC. As a first-generation college graduate from a Mexican-American family, social justice issues such as racism, education, and healthcare have always been something she is extremely passionate about.
+$1.38 service fee
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