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Fri, 12 Jun


Online event via Zoom

Breathe / Relax / Reset Carers

I figured that as well as stressful supermarket runs, family zoom calls, virtual quiz nights and full time caring, many of us could do with a bit of conscious, processing time. Led by Rob Calcutt from Urban Healer

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Breathe / Relax / Reset Carers
Breathe / Relax / Reset Carers

Time & Location

12 Jun 2020, 11:00 – 12:30 BST

Online event via Zoom

About the Event

Expect a guided journey, some relaxing breathwork and a drum journey (sound technicalities permitting). 

There's a lot to love about lockdown - it's not often we get a collective chance to press pause on our lives! However, for many, this stillness can come with a fair amount of anxiety and uncertainty - be that demanding carer responsibilities, financial/health concerns or separation from loved ones.

I want to keep this one simple - but also fairly formal - as an opportunity for people to review their story of lockdown. This is a chance to show up, just as you are, relax and press RESET on the stresses and strains of the day. 

All moods are welcome/encouraged. 

Preparation This part is more important than ever with digital ceremonies. Make sure you prepare a womb like space beforehand. Bring in some sacred objects, light a candle and spend some quiet/journalling time in it prior to the session. Blankets, pillows and an eye-mask all important for comfort. Headphones might be a good idea if dealing with background noise.

Start time: 11am. Duration 1 hour (may run over) 

 Spend the first half hour in solitude, getting yourself in the zone.  Breathe deeply for 10-15 minutes and let your intention for the session present itself. What do you need? (Keep it simple!)

This online workshop is FREE but do please consider donating to Nick's (Director of Not A Care in the World) sister, Lisa's Gofundme towards expenses for urgent Neurosurgery in the USA. Any donation is greatly received. 


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