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Full Moon Women’s Circle Workshops Wollongong

7.30 - 9.30 p.m. Wednesday 26th May supermoon in Sagittarius .. See below for more details

Women's Circle New Moon Thurs  10th June More Information HERE

Womens Circle Wollongong Illawarra Moon

Event Info

Recharge, reset and re-centre. Feel the transformational power of sistership as we support each other and connect with our inner wisdom in a safe and welcoming space.
Meet like-minded individuals, form powerful friendships, and become a part of our growing conscious community.
Embrace divine feminine energy as we gather in circle during the Super Full moon in Sagittarius.

The fire sign of Sagittarius influences this Super Full Moon eclipse, with its adventurous, liberating, enthusiastic and optimistic energy, particularly surrounding seeking freedom and truth. We will tune into this energy to bring transformative change into our lives. 
We are building a community where we can connect and support each other in sistership, and we plan to host these gatherings monthly at the full and new moons.
These events are a safe space, are open to all female-identifying individuals, and are LGBTIQA+inclusive. We welcome all sisters to gather in circle.
There are a limited number of places available, as this is an intimate event, so make sure you book your place early to avoid missing out.

What should I expect at a women’s circle?
A women’s circle gathering is a great opportunity to meet like-minded individuals, form strong
friendships, and become part of a supportive sistership community.
The gathering begins with some guided meditation and Pranayama (breathwork), before a gentle yoga flow to help you become more grounded and centred.
From here, there is the opportunity to enter into a deeper meditation.
We then gather together in circle to share our thoughts, ideas and experiences.
The circle is a safe and welcoming space, where we support each other in sistership.

Why gather at the full moon?


The moon has a powerful energy. The gravitational pull of the moon affects the tides of the oceans, and, as our bodies are around 60% water, the moon affects us as well. The moon has traditionally been associated with divine feminine energy, and at the Full Moon, this energy is at its peak. As we gather together in sistership, we will harness the energy of the Full Moon to bring about conscious, powerful transformation in our lives.

This upcoming Full Moon is also a Supermoon, occurring when the Moon is at its closest point to
Earth. The Supermoon will appear 14% larger and 30% brighter than a regular Full Moon, and its
energy will be extra powerful.

This Full Moon also brings a lunar eclipse, which will further amplify the moon’s energy, allowing us to release what no longer serves us, to make space for what does

What should I bring?

  • A yoga mat
  • A water bottle
  • A journal or notebook (as you may wish to write down any particular things that come up or resonate with you during deep meditation)
  • A reusable keep cup (as tea will be provided)
  • Any crystals that you would like to charge during the ceremony (optional)

What should I wear?
Anything you like, as long as you feel comfortable and it’s something you can move freely in.

Time:
2 hours   7.30 - 9.30

Date:  Weds 26th May 2021
During the Super full moon eclipse in Sagittarius

Investment:
$22 FT Student/Pensioner concession
$29 adult

 

Location
We will gather in the beautiful studio space at the Wellness Centre Wollongong
81 Keira St Wollongong (MAP)
The Wellness Centre is a COVID safe venue

About the facilitator:
Emma is a yoga teacher and activist for the environment, human rights, intersectional feminism, and
animal rights. She began her yoga journey around 15 years ago and is passionate about helping
others experience the transformational and healing benefits of yoga. She completed her yoga
training in India and is internationally recognised with Yoga Alliance (RYT200). The words she lives
by are “be the change you want to see in the world”, and when she’s not on her yoga mat, you can
find her volunteering with a number of non-profit organisations.