Life at Nature's Pace



Life At Nature's Pace

                                                             

Mother Daughter Retreat Day

With loving intention, Kim Corrigan and Kristina Opashinov, are excited to offer Mother Daughter Retreat Days. These days will provide sacred space for mothers to witness and support their daughters’ journey and to nurture and nourish their mother-daughter relationship. 


If we look back in history, young girls were once held in the space of women. They were often in the company of their mothers, sisters, aunts and grandmothers, community surrounded them. From this community of women, they heard stories of womanhood, and learned to connect to their own Sacred Feminine. Sadly, this is something that has been lost in our world today and as a result our young girls are left searching for who they are in a culture that is obsessed with looks and with a focus on outward appearance rather than their own inherent beauty, strength and wisdom.


It is time to gather in community again. To allow our daughters’ space in the circle, with their mother, for support, growth, and connection. Let’s remind our daughters’ that they have a deep strength and wisdom within them, let’s inspire them to embody their Sacred Feminine, let’s help them nurture a relationship with their inner Goddess. 



Mother Daughter Retreat Day
When: Sunday October 27, 2019
Time: 9am to 4pm
Investment: $180.00 (includes HST, the full day retreat for two, lunch, snacks and tea for two, all supplies) 
Ages: Young women, ages 13 to 16 and their mother or female mentor
Where: My homestead
Facilitator: Kim Corrigan and Kristina Opashinov
 

Join Kim and Kristina for a day of deep connection, meditation, journaling, circling, movement, creating and more. Our theme for this day is connection, to self and to each other.

To register for the Mother Daughter Retreat Day connect with Kim at [email protected]

This day of mother daughter connection is open to twelve mothers and daughters.
 

***If you are interested in bringing two young women to this day, an additional investment of $50 is required.