Women's Circle: Healing The Wounds Of The Past
About the event
On this powerful day, International Women's Day let us come together to share with each other, meditate, chant and hold each other in deep love and support.
It had been proven that a woman's physical health, mental health and emotional stability is deeply enhanced by time in feminine company. We crave this deep in our bones, and are so nourished by the support we receive.
This will be an evening of deep connection, release of old pain and elevation.
When women come to together in support and celebration, the healing that occurs is so profound. We will remember our true nature, the strength we carry, the grace we carry, the wisdom we have gained from our life stories. When we share together in this way, the walls of the past come down and we relax into the remembrance of how similar and sublime we are in our sacred sisterhood.
Sat Siri is a trailblazing Kundalini Yoga teacher. She travels the world teaching Kundalini Yoga (in places like Bali, Maui, Mexico and all over the United States) and opened the first Kundalini Yoga studio in Sydney, Australia. A former ballet dancer with the Australian Ballet Company, Sat Siri has been practicing Yoga and Meditation for over twenty years and teaching Kundalini Yoga for fifteen. She was blessed to complete her Kundalini Yoga teacher training under the guidance of Yogi Bhajan in 2003