Empowering the Sisterhood
What does it mean to embrace our full potential as women in today’s world? A guided journey into interconnectedness; we will create a safe, supportive space to explore and ground our innermost motivation to contribute to the healing of Gaya, our world. For women only.
Women will leave feeling centred in themselves as well as interconnected to other women. A strong sense of being “Of the Earth” – not separate – and part of all Life motivates to share the gifts we each bring beyond the scope of the workshop and the event to facilitate positive change in these times. Women learn how to hold this awareness alive to be inspired and empowered to step into their full potential. We will encourage the creation of women’s circles in their lives at home to support them to sustain living their truth.
Using the support of our fellow sisters, we will discover, face and transform our sense of separation, uncertainty, overwhelm, sadness, anger and fear. This may reveal the creative, loving, healing goddesses we were born to be and we will be ready to take part in the healing of our Mother Gaya even more powerfully. Modalities of guided meditation, movement practices, 1-on-1 and group sharing’s will be used and can all be incorporated into various situations in daily life.
Inna (MSc Env Management) is originally from Germany. She is a passionate community organiser, environmental educator, deep ecology facilitator and yoga teacher. She works with the Tui Balms workers’ co-operative as well as in environmental & permaculture education with Earthcare Education Aotearoa. Inna’s earth-based lifestyle in Tui Community has provided her with many practical skills in permaculture living, organic gardening, healing foods, group facilitation and women’s work. Inna has extensive experience as a facilitator of workshops in Deep Ecology, Permaculture, Community Building, Food Fermentation, Women’s work, Yoga and Chanting over the past 10 years.
Having studied both with Joanna Macy and John Seed, she has been teaching Deep Ecology workshops around NZ over the past 9 years, as part of Permaculture Design and Yoga Teacher Training courses, at Anahata Yoga Retreat, as well as at many festivals. Inna is a recognised facilitator of the Work That Reconnects Network.