a space to breathe, reflect and reconnect ...
How would it feel to:
have a space to reflect on the last year and process and learn in an embodied way
connect with a kindred community
draw lessons from the past year in a way that generates sustainable momentum on the road ahead
feel into some regenerative intentions for 2023
reconnect with and rest your body
reconnect with the earth and others through experiential processes involving movement, nature connection and journalling.
compost & seed combines trauma-informed somatic practices, quiet reflection, community conversation and nature-based play - offering pathways back to life for many different brains and bodies.
Through this workshop you will:
learn a new, regenerative way of setting intentions
create a space to really learn from and process difficult experiences from the last year in an embodied way
re-discover the courage and resources to follow your regenerative intentions through in 2023.
what our culture does so poorly is make space for ritual and reflection that allows us to truly metabolise - in our bodies - our triumphs and traumas. And so we try and build on incomplete understandings - on quicksand - rather than building upon a fertile soil containing the compost of all that came before.
Available worldwide - replays will be sent out to those unable to make it live.
Meg Berryman is a trauma-informed coach, consultant and yoga teacher seeding regenerative ways to live, lead, learn and do business. She centres embodiment, connection and sustainability in her family, relationships and offerings - celebrating the small, the simple and the slow in everything she does.
the journey includes:
1 x 4 hour live online workshop
replay and resource email.
SALE - Pay in Full
A once off payment of AUD 200
2 x monthly payments of AUD 225
A transformative experience. Couldn't recommend it highly enough.
thank you for your enormous generosity and heart for this work - to invite us to own what we know in our own hearts, to seed it freely, what a beautiful gift.
I honestly feel like this space is nourishing me in ways I didn't think possible.