The Yoga Mama Circle
Disconnect to Reconnect: Find Yourself and Your Village.
What To Expect
I'll teach you the tools I’ve learnt and practiced as a Mother and Yoga student/ Teacher including:
BUT IT'S MORE THAN JUST YOGA
Each month around the new moon, we’ll gather to explore a different theme that’ll help you to reconnect to yourself, nourish your mind and body and connect with like- minded women.
The topic of April's circle is Matrescence, the transition from maiden to mother.
Sitting in circle is an ancient tool that women have used for wellbeing since the dawn of time. You're invited to experience the magic of women coming together with a shared intention to celebrate each other and experience something deeply powerful and invigorating for the heart and soul.
Benefits of The Mama Circle
- Sitting in Circle with other mamas, listening to their stories, helps you connect and realise you’re not alone.
- Sharing from our hearts, we get to share in the celebration of our successes and honour each other’s challenges and struggles.
- Showing up and connecting with other local mamas prevents loneliness and isolation.
- Friendships can be established or deepened within circle, with women you would never cross paths with, or think that you would have anything in common.
- Sitting in circle with women boosts oxytocin- a hormone responsible for reducing stress and overwhelm (and producing breast milk and bonding with your baby).
- Connection and Relaxation improves your mood and decreases the likelihood of postpartum mood disorders.
- Yin and Restorative Yoga soothe your nervous system and promote relaxation.
- Yoga Nidra has the same benefit as 3 hours sleep.
- Meditation calms your mind and reduces anxiety.
Upcoming Circle: TBC
Investment: $39 per circle
Who’s this class for?
Mamas with children 0- 5 with or without yoga and meditation experience.
When can I start?
Every mama is different so start when you feel ready which is usually around 6-8 weeks once breast milk supply is established and regulated and you’ve stopped bleeding. I recommend a postnatal check- up with a Women’s Health Physio before you recommence any exercise to check your abdominal separation and pelvic floor. The stretching we do in The Mamas Circle is very safe and gentle and you won’t do any poses that aren’t suitable for your postpartum body.
Do I need to book online or can I just show up?
As spaces are limited, it’s best to book online but if there is space available on the day, you can pay on arrival.
Can I get a refund or transfer my spot to the next circle?
Unfortunately I’m unable to refund you for missed sessions so unless you’re unwell, do your best to come along. Transfers may be possible under special circumstances.
What do I need to bring?
Please bring a yoga mat, cushion, blanket, eyepillow or mask and a journal or notebook and pen.
What do I wear?
Clothes that are stretchy, comfy and make you feel good. Layering is best in case you get hot or cold. No shoes or socks are necessary.
Got more questions?
Call Me (Melissa): 0452 580 005 or email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
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