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Tue, Jun 25


Newtown Wellness Collective

Soften, Soothe, Allow - A community offering to help us move through challenging times

Join Sheryl Fatse & Jennifer Rizza in this somatic-based series. Each week focuses on a different theme. Join us for 1 or all sessions, register as you feel called. Each class is offered on a donation-basis - don't let cost be a reason to not find space for comfort.

Soften, Soothe, Allow - A community offering to help us move through challenging times
Soften, Soothe, Allow - A community offering to help us move through challenging times

Time & Location

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Jun 25, 2024, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Newtown Wellness Collective, 75 Glen Rd Suite 203, Sandy Hook, CT 06488, USA

About the event

More and more, we live in a disembodied, dysregulated and sometimes dissociated state. The state of the world, our communities and life in general feel difficult, and collectively, we are more sad, frazzled, angered, numb and divided than ever.

June 25th: This week's program explores resistance and building resiliency.  We all have things in our lives that create friction.  Through yin-style yoga and personal inquiry, you'll learn to soften to conflict around you, giving you the resources to remain resilient through these challenging times.

This *somatic series is designed to help:

  • give you space to find what is important to you  - physically, emotionally and energetically
  • bring you back into alignment with your values
  • hold space for the truth in your heart and spirit
  • curate kindness, curiosity and grace
  • foster a community of like-minded souls

Living in a state of duality between our truth and the realities of modern life can create rifts between mind, body and spirit.  Each week, we’ll look at what is real and true for us in the moment and learn to identify emotional cues within the body.  Building this innate body wisdom guides us into greater trust and safety (coregulation) to balance the challenges of daily life.  Through reuniting mind, body and spirit, we have more access to embodied choice and discernment for how we engage with the world around us.

Led by Sheryl Fatse and Jennifer Rizza, the programs are yoga-based, with gentle movements and no prior experience with yoga is required.  The series meets Tuesdays in June from 6:30-8pm.  Join us for 1 or all classes, each week we’ll have a focused theme.  We offer this on a donation basis, feeling called to offer this into the community to promote collective healing and support.  No one should feel they cannot participate due to cost.  Please, join us and feel welcome, just as you are.

Weekly sessions will have space for discussion, breathwork, somatic movement and meditation to support your process.

*This series is experiential and educational and is not meant to replace psychotherapy.

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