A Weekend Workshop for Women
Truly, Wisely, Deeply
~ Exploring and celebrating our depths, truths, joys and wisdoms, as more mature women ~
19th and 20th October, Robertson, Southern Highlands with Satyo Sullivan
~ Using naturally expressive movement and dance; arts based therapies, (eg.pastels, clay, writing); mindfulness and body sense ~
For women approximately 50 years and onward, or younger if you would like to come. Enquire how we might:
- Creatively approach this new stage of our lives as women
- Embrace our women’s journey thus far
- Find what most gives us fulfilment now
- Gather and share our wisdoms
- Rest into our gratitude and joy
- Foster what support us, such as resilience, juiciness and a lightness of spirit
- Enjoy the dance of life in our bodies and souls
“I have been running events like these for the last 30 years. Words that describe what these workshops can be like are….meaningful, joyous, potent, transformative, nurturing, deep, rich, moving, fun, belonging, supportive, celebratory……. Something special happens when a group of women come together to explore a significant theme about our life’s journey. In a respectful space each of us can follow our own individual enquiry while feeling inspired by and connected with others. We take away with us more sense of trust, creativity and wonder in our own feminine nature” Satyo
Early Bird fee: $200.00. (received by October 7th) or $230.00 full price. Limited concessions.
When: Saturday 19th 9.30 am till 5pm and Sunday 20th October, 9.30am – 4.30 pm. Eight women maximum.
To Book your place: Payment to C. Sullivan, BSB 062 585 Account no. 0022 1907 Enquiries: Satyo on 0412 122010. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Or Maya on 0435 091467 (Let us know if you need Highlands accommodation and want suggestions). Ample refreshments provided. Bring lunch to share.
About Satyo: Satyo Cate Sullivan (BCA., MA (Cat). PACFA reg.Clinical) works as a Dance and Expressive Arts Therapist in the Southern Highlands, Shoalhaven and Illawarra, specialising in working with women. She also works as a counsellor and psychotherapist. Website: https://satyosullivan.com/