Becoming a mother is a rite of passage; a potent transformation of your identity and lifestyle as a woman. It can be one of the most challenging phases transitioning from lover to caregiver while being a friend, daughter, partner to it all.
This postnatal private retreat is for the mama who needs a day to reconnect to your sensual self. Your sensual self is the part of you that emotes attractive, pleasing, fascinating, engaging, and appealing confidence. Delve deeper into “matrescence” the name anthropologist give to the “birth of a mother” as you navigate identity and relationship shifts. If you feel alienated or unsure how to call your new body home, this 4 hour workshop takes you on a journey from expressing sensuality, intimacy, and everything in-between. Your transition from caregiver to seductress, mother to lover can sometimes be an awkward conversation to have after giving birth. Explore your postpartum body with ritualistic oil practices, myofascial movements, and unscripted sensual sways to open your hips. Bend deep into expansive heart opening and end your practice standing firm in your sexy new mom body!
What can you expect?
– Coming home into a safe and sacred space
– Lots of time to connect and share with each other
– Time to reflect on “your sensual self”
– Exploring different ways of attractive practices
– Learning all about your identity, love embodiment and relationships shifts
– Ritual oil practices
– Movement, myofascial and heart opening practices
Erica is a mother, a teacher, an author and artist and specialises in emotionally connected yoga. Kristin is mother of 2, clinical psychologist and mindfulness & yoga facilitator. Both will be holding the space and will guide you through this safe, loving and fun workshop.
This wonderful private retreat takes place on Saturday March 28th from 13.30 – 17.30 at the beautiful Delight Yoga Nieuwe Achtergracht Amsterdam and will be guided by Kristin Vikjord Paternotte and Erica Jago. This workshop will cost €55 and you can book your ticket through Delight Yoga here.
Make sure to bring comfortable clothing where you can move in.
We’re looking forward to sharing the raw and sometimes messy beauty of sacred motherhood with you.