A celebration of being just who you are
In 1975, United Nations celebrated International Women’s Day for the first time and the date was 8th of March. This was almost after six decades after the United States celebrated national women’s day for the first time in 1909. Fast forward to today, while women have embraced the need for equality and basic human rights, there still exists some reticence towards discussing topics important to a woman’s health — menstruation/menopause, mental wellness, salary, social inequality, and so on.
We are honoured to host a nurturing yoga practice honouring the sacred cycles of a woman’s body. San will be sharing her own experiences on her menstrual cycles and her current perimenopause stage, the stigma associated with them, the symptoms and how to manage these transitional periods gracefully.
She will then lead a gentle yoga practice and sound bath, and guide you toward calmness to relax your mind and body, and soothe tensions related to your hormonal cycles.
Join San to embrace the joy (and frustration) of womanhood. Let’s celebrate being just who you are. Suitable for everyone.