Gather together to reflect on your well-being and personal goals as a powerful woman. This workshop is specifically designed to help you understand the science and nature of setting healthy boundaries.
Oct 20th, 2018, 10am – 2pm | Norwalk, CT
WYLD Mamas is a monthly series led by Kelly Ingraham using WYLD curriculum and experts in the field of wellness, leadership, and psychology. These workshops are customized around the role of the mother. It is inclusive to anyone, any age, who identifies with the role of nurturing and growing others aka: caring for and teaching children, grandchildren, godchildren, parents, pets or nature.
Our goal is to curate meaningful time and craft a sanctuary-like classroom for “WYLD Mamas” to learn from and teach one another. Each month will be centered on a theme or topic that activates the mind, body, and soul. Our journey and evolution is not linear. WYLD Mamas provides the touchstones, the pause button, and the community as you design the professional and personal life you seek most.
The role of the mother tends to be one where you set the tone and tune of many other people’s lives. Often reactionary, it is rare to find time to step back and realign yourself… Am I really designing and living my days in a way that meets the values and dreams I have or I once had? Gift yourself four hours to intentionally remember who you are as a wise woman rather than repeating thought patterns around the hardships of mothering.
One of the myths around motherhood is that we have to do all the things and be all the things to all the people in our lives. Our “busyness” culture leads to burnout, overwhelm and is essentially setting ourselves up for failure. Breaking this patterning and learning to protect our own energy is essential to cultivating greater well-being and self-compassion, in addition to healthier relationships with loved ones. In this workshop we’ll discuss the energetics of boundaries and the ways we can learn from the natural world, especially horses. You will walk away from the day with a deeper understanding of who you are as a mother and how to better protect those values.
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT
- Learn about the science of boundaries and how nature/plants/animals protect their own space
- Reflect upon the boundaries, or lack thereof, in your life and how this relates to motherhood
- Redesign your definition of what motherhood means and how to hold this in your daily life
- Create community and connection with old and new friends