Saturday 14th September 2pm – 6pm By using the tools of writing as a healing modality, we can increase our self-worth and confidence. Writing has the powerful ability to connect us directly
Saturday 14th September 2pm – 6pm
By using the tools of writing as a healing modality, we can increase our self-worth and confidence.
Writing has the powerful ability to connect us directly to our unconscious mind, a place that is usually hard to access. Through writing, we can seek to transform our subconscious self-limiting beliefs which hold us back and stop us from achieving the things our very hearts desire.
In this self-care workshop, we will use the tools of yoga and meditation to tune into our intuition. From here, we will identify some of our self-limiting beliefs and combat them by writing a heartfelt love letter to ourselves.
We will use this letter as a tool for transformation in our daily lives. We will advise you how to use your love letter in the coming days, weeks and months for further healing and transformation.
This is a wonderful opportunity to connect with like-minded women in a safe and supportive environment.
No previous writing or yoga experience necessary.
Welcome and intention setting
Yoga, meditation and intuition activation
Identifying our self-limiting beliefs through listening and ‘feeling.’
Writing a compassionate and heartfelt love letter to ourselves
Reading our love letter to ourselves and the group (not compulsory)
Empowering yoga sequence
Closing circle, and check-in
We will provide refreshments, writing tools and all yoga equipment.
Carla Daly has been practising yoga for just over twenty years and is a certified Yoga Alliance Teacher.
“Yoga has been a useful tool for navigating the twists and turns of my life. For me, it is important to recognise how yoga makes you feel on the inside as this is something we can sustain throughout all physical stages and ages.
I have worked in Mental Health Services for twenty years and have a great appreciation for all that I encountered there. This compliments my style of teaching, and I remain mindful of just how difficult it can be to enter unfamiliar or new situations and ensure I am respectful of this.
Yoga is about finding ease and spaciousness in your mind and body and meeting yourself where you are.”
Hannah Anstee is a writer specialising in women’s health and wellness. Hannah has an MA in Journalism and worked for five years for YOGA Magazine. Hannah is the founder of TheFutureOf40.com– the blog for independent, open-minded women who are looking for more.
“I found Yoga by mistake when I started to work for YOGA Magazine, and thank goodness I did. I had suffered from anxiety, depression and addiction – I didn’t realise they were all a result of my low self-esteem and past trauma. I have spent the last eight years healing myself through yoga, meditation and writing, and this has transformed my life. I am honoured to share this work with other women to empower you to overcome your fears and self-limiting beliefs and help you feel better about yourself in your everyday life.”
To book a place here call Hannah Anstey 07786 731205 for more information
(Saturday) 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm