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Moon Bath Workshop – Relationships, restoring love and connection with Meg Krejci (2-21-2024)
February 21 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm$45.00
FEBRUARY – Relationships, restoring love and connection
Befriend the Winter Waxing Moon (February 16).
A revitalizing evening learning about how we can align our energy and nourishing self-care rituals with the rhythms of nature. This workshop is the second in a series of mindfully connecting to ourselves, our lives, the moon cycles and rhythms of the seasons. (All are welcome, no matter if you attended the prior session – we will review concepts and practices)
February session we will continue our mindfulness practice introducing mindful eating of rich chocolate, a deeper understanding of the moons cycle, sharing the therapy of reflexology/mindful hand & foot massage, and some beautiful journal prompts around the affirmation of “I cultivate authentic connection”.
These evenings will include the creation of a moon bath with a corresponding crystal for continuing the self-care ritual at home. Journals will be provided or feel free to bring your own.
This workshop is based on the book Moon Bath by Dakota Hills + Sierra Brashear, building awareness of the cycles and rhythms of nature to support nourishing practices and self-care rituals. The book can be ordered from The Novel Neighbor in Webster Groves for 20% off! Click on this link: The Novel Neighbor | Moon Bath and use promo code MOON at checkout — whether for in-store pickup or delivery. The book is not necessary for the workshop.
March 19th Hello Spring Waxing Moon- New beginnings and inspiring growth
April 23rd Full Moon – Inviting in the fullness of Life
Meg Krejci, MBA
Wellness Consultant for Mindfulness & MBSR
Meg comes from a background in Accounting, Manage Information Systems, and International Business. As a result of life challenges and related stress, she sought out training in mindfulness through Jon Kabat-Zinn’s Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction program at the Center for Mindfulness – UMass Medical School. Inspired by her experience, Meg founded and directed Masterpeace Studios; a nonprofit organization servicing the St. Louis and Midwest region teaching skills of mindfulness for health and well-being. For the last 25 years, Meg has been guiding individuals of all ages in stress reduction strategies in numerous sectors including education, healthcare, and corporate. In 2016, Meg joined Washington University in St. Louis as a Mindfulness Consultant. There she offers the Move into Mindfulness program which is modeled on this evidenced-based curriculum. Meg is passionate about sharing the benefits of practicing mindfulness to help individuals and teams reduce stress and anxiety, improve health and mental well-being, and achieve greater adaptability and appreciation in life.
Mechanical engineer, wife, mother, entrepreneur