Join us for an event strengthening your Second Chakra and removing old patterns around family that are no longer serving you.
About this Event
Feeling a little depleted from the holidays? Even though they're supposed to be a joyous time of warm feelings of love from our families, the holidays can be anxiety filled for lots of us. Fear and disappointment abound due to unrealistic expectations and the repetition of old negative patterns that never seem to go away. Experiencing the dashed hope and sadness for "what might have been” every year can be frustrating and disheartening.
The Second Chakra, also known as the Sacral Chakra, is associated with emotions and relationships surrounding both the current family and family of origin. It is also associated with low back pain, menstrual imbalances, women’s fertility and issues with relationships and intimacy.
The New Year is the perfect time to begin to restore your personal stability, shed reactive habits, and cultivate your creative self. Becoming more nurturing, resilient and confident within yourself can help you to stop the cycle of madness within other relationships. Learn how to stop being ruled by your emotions and become who you really want to be within all of your relationship circles.
Spot's herbalist and flower essence specialist Clare Gardner Nieto will help you explore your Second Chakra and provide you with information on herbal remedies, flower essences and other tools that may be used to help support your lower abdominal and sacral areas. This Learning Bar class is designed to help you shed old relationship habits and get more in tune with your loving and nurturing inner self.
This is the second in a series of classes focusing on helping you rebalance your energy and health through the Chakra system. Although the classes build on each other, you may choose to attend one or all. No prior classes required. Keep an eye out for the Third Chakra class coming up this spring, which will focus on strengthening your inner fire and sense of self!
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