Virtual Mom's Support Circle
Time & Location
About the Event
Yikes! It's upon us!
Whether your children are starting school virtually or in person, or a bit of both, 2020 back to school presents a totally unprecedented situation and life is about to get a little crazy (okay... a lot). To put it simply, none of us know WTF we are doing! But what we are all in the same boat.
Let's start with facts. 1. Change is uncomfortable and there is no doubt that it causes extra stress. 2. The mental load of making this adjustment as manageable as possible for the kids and the whole household will most likely fall on you, mama.
So what are we going to do about it? We are going to lift each other, offer support and also be willing to ACCEPT support from others. By doing so, we are prioritizing our self care, ensuring not only that we have enough to pour from our cup, but that we genuinely FEEL ENOUGH.
To quote my favorite author Glennon Doyle: "You are not required to set yourself on fire to keep others warm"
Grab a glass of wine, a sweet snack or a cup of tea! Every OTHER week, we will meet virtually through zoom for a completely free mom's support circle.
* Everyone will have the opportunity to speak, however there is no requirement to share.
* We will share both our concerns and our wins.
* We will not bitch and moan, but venting is encouraged.
* We will encourage vulnerability because where there are fears and tears, there is also courage and bravery.
* Each meeting I will also have an a self care related offering. A dharma talk so to speak, meant to promote relief and mindfulness this difficult time where so much is uknown.
Wednesday Sept 16th 8pm
Wednesday Sept 30th 8pm
NEW October event will be posted for October dates
Register to confirm your spot. You will receive the zoom meeting invite via email.
A bit about me:
I'm Sam. I live in New Jersey. I have two very small kids, and my oldest is starting kindergarten virtually. I am a yoga instructor and a Self Care Coach. My goal is help moms prioritize their self care and use it as a tool box to cultivate self love and build more fulfilled lives. The truth is that things are never going to be in perfect balance. Its all about noticing what's going on in mind and body (yoga helps), and taking those cues as to what you need that week, that day or that hour. Self care isn't about making time for pedicures and bubble baths; it's the basis on how we can feel enough as we are right now. And once we fully embody and believe we are enough NOW, sky's the limit girl!