You show your family your beauty and courage in the way that— you take care and forgive yourself, live in the present moment, listen to your inner voice and trust the deepest parts of yourself (even when it goes against conventional wisdom).
a one day workshop
Using Equine Therapy as a framework to support Mom’s at all stages, (including those experiencing fertility struggles). Participants will be led through a series of highly reflective exercises to help us learn about ourselves and ultimately to get a better handle on how we react and parent in times of stress.
Registration is open for Sunday, May 28 + Friday, June 9, 2017. King City, Ontario.
Simple from the start
Let's talk simplicity in a world that is not quite so. Especially when adding a baby to the mix. All of the baby stuff, information and opinions can overwhelm the best of us. Join Lynne Newman, occupational therapist and simplicity parenting family life coach, in a discussion around minimizing stress in your home and walk away feeling more calm.
Gray Mothering— there’s more than one way
No one can ever prepare you for the transformation that happens when you become a mother. It’s life-changing to say the least. It can be hard, messy and beautiful. Lynne Newman, holistic occupational therapist and simplicity parenting family life coach will lead us in a conversation on how to ease the stress and overwhelm and find your way while you navigate life as a mother.
Monthly Support Group
THE HIGHLY SENSITIVE PARENT AND CHILD
It definitely takes more skill, patience and energy to parent a child who is highly sensitive, especially when a parent is too.
Join us in a two conversation to ask questions, learn from others and create some small do-able change within your home and self. We meet six times a year— in Toronto and online.
roots & wings circle
A place for women who are nurturers, caregivers, creatives, healers and service providers to explore what it means to nurture ourselves first as so often we are prone to burn out taking care of it all. Coming soon to Chi Junky in Leslieville.