Monthly Women's Circles
Gather up the amazing resource of spending intentional time with other women! You'll walk away feeling restored by connection to each other within a safe community. We’ll gather, reflect and connect!
The group is usually between 8 - 12 people and it's a different group every time, with some new people each month and others who join most months. All are welcome! We spend our time together in two sections:
First, Renee leads us through a short guided meditation, stretching, or experiential practice to help bring us into the body.
Then, I lead a discussion portion where we share based on the theme of the month in small groups and/or with the whole group. We end with a short song and share a snack together!
We'd love to have you join us!
Next event date:
Tuesday, October 11 from 5:30 - 6:45 PM
Theme = releasing/letting go
The Cherry Grove (outdoors if weather permits, otherwise inside in the Yoga Studio)
2641 Dunk Hill Rd
Walton, NY, 13856
Free! Space is limited! RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
About the group leaders:
Chelsea Frisbee is a coach, spiritual mentor, writer and massage therapist who brings groups together around deep earth connection, self inquiry, and sacred rest. She weaves creativity, play, body work, and place-based, Earth-centered feminine spirituality together with accountability and community to create transformation on a personal and collective level. She merges the practical with the sacred to help people move from stuck to unstuck by slowing down, cultivating their intuition, and building powerful spiritual practices so they can navigate life with more ease and joy. She lives in the rolling hills and valleys of her ancestral homeland of Delhi, NY where rivers, fields, trees and birds teach her every day how to slow down, to find ease, to ground and to build meaningful depth and connection.
Renee Hardenkamp has been practicing yoga for over 15 years and instructing since 2015. She offers gentle, restorative yoga classes for the local community and Uplands retreats. Through her pursuits in homesteading, wildcrafting, and foraging, she has discovered countless ways that our natural environment supports us and provides for our needs – and that it is our privilege to be stewards of the land. This realization has been comforting and inspiring to Renee, and she aims to share this sense of reciprocity and gratitude with visitors at The Uplands. By offering the opportunity for meaningful and enlightening experiences on the land, she hopes to uplift the spirit in community members and visitors while instilling a sense of appreciation and care for the environment. Renee is driven by the idea that “all is one”, and she aims to reflect the values of interconnectedness through The Uplands Center’s programs.