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COVID-19 Update: Until further notice, due to COVID-19 SIP, all in-person gatherings for the South Bay Women's Medicine circle will be postponed until further notice. I wish all of you safety and well being. Please stay home whenever possible, wear a mask when you have to go out, and give yourself and others some extra lee-way with a loving smile (behind your mask) as we are all in this together. Stay strong my beautiful goddesses. Until we meet again in person, Namaste - Yvonne

We are a joyous group of women forming bonds of sisterhood. Learning to find our voice and speak our truth. We are about healing and helping, nurturing, and transforming ourselves (and thus the world around us) into the most radiant beings possible.

We are dedicated to our own spiritual path of awakening, and as we gather in sacred circle we remember; we remember what it means to be part of a community; we remember our truth, our purpose, our way of being in the world. We remember the powerful life-force we hold in our core, and we remember who we are and what it means to be part of a whole. Through meditation, ritual, song, prayer, and sharing we inspire each other to greater heights and our most radiant selves. We support each other in our endeavors and create a community rooted in compassion and hope.

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South Bay Women's Medicine Circle:

Concord House

COVID-19 Update: Until further notice, due to COVID-19 SIP, all in-person gatherings for the South Bay Women's Medicine circle will be postponed until further notice. I wish all of you safety and well being. Please stay home whenever possible, wear a mask when you have to go out, and give yourself and others some extra lee-way with a loving smile (behind your mask) as we are all in this together. Stay strong my beautiful goddesses. Until we meet again in person, Namaste - Yvonne MORE ABOUT US: We are a joyous group of women forming bonds of sisterhood. Learning to find our voice and speak our truth. We are about healing and helping, nurturing, transforming ourselves (and thus the world around us) into the most radiant beings possible. While each meeting of the South Bay Women's Medicine circle will always be about awakening to our voice and learning to step into who we are and what it means to be part of a whole; each month will have a different topic and/or practice as a means of getting there. We are dedicated to our own spiritual path of awakening, and as we gather in sacred circle we remember; we remember what it means to be part of a community; we remember our truth, our purpose, our way of being in the world. We remember the powerful life-force we hold in our core, and we remember who we are and what it means to be part of a whole. Through meditation, ritual, song, prayer, and sharing, we inspire each other to greater heights and our most radiant selves. We support each other in our endeavors and create a community rooted in compassion and hope. PAYMENT: we ask for a sliding scale $25 cash donation at the door, exact change helps, thank you. Do not let money be a reason for not attending, your presence is a gift in and of itself. WHAT TO BRING: A journal and pen to jot down your thoughts, ideas and insights. Anything you need for comfort (blanket or pillow to sit on), Water bottle. Feel free to bring a drum or rattle if you have one! ALTAR: We will have a divine feminine altar in the middle of the room for you to place items of power. Please bring flowers if you are feeling called. With the utmost respect, Please remember to take back your altar items as we do not host a lost and found. PARKING: Street parking is available and is best on Moorpark, or Chatsworth. There are two sweet, loving, small, toothless rescue dogs (Muppet and Jelly) on the premise who will be extra glad to give you snuggles as you arrive. We will circle in a room without them, but please take whatever precautions you need if allergies are an issue for you. In gratitude, Yvonne Fox, Radiance Awakening OUR AGREEMENTS: As members of the South Bay Women’s Medicine Circle, we agree to: ... arrive in the space 15 minutes early, understanding that doors will close promptly at 7 pm and will not reopen until the circle is complete ...show up sober, well-groomed, wearing no strong scents ...attend to self-work outside of circle, and not to use the circle as a replacement for any medical/psychological treatment ...speak to one another in the highest regard, with respect and loving-kindness ...hold what is seen/heard/spoken in the circle as confidential ...honor these agreements and understand that if we cannot, we will be asked to leave the group

South Bay Women's Medicine Circle:

Concord House

COVID-19 Update: Until further notice, due to COVID-19 SIP, all in-person gatherings for the South Bay Women's Medicine circle will be postponed until further notice. I wish all of you safety and well being. Please stay home whenever possible, wear a mask when you have to go out, and give yourself and others some extra lee-way with a loving smile (behind your mask) as we are all in this together. Stay strong my beautiful goddesses. Until we meet again in person, Namaste - Yvonne MORE ABOUT US: We are a joyous group of women forming bonds of sisterhood. Learning to find our voice and speak our truth. We are about healing and helping, nurturing, transforming ourselves (and thus the world around us) into the most radiant beings possible. While each meeting of the South Bay Women's Medicine circle will always be about awakening to our voice and learning to step into who we are and what it means to be part of a whole; each month will have a different topic and/or practice as a means of getting there. We are dedicated to our own spiritual path of awakening, and as we gather in sacred circle we remember; we remember what it means to be part of a community; we remember our truth, our purpose, our way of being in the world. We remember the powerful life-force we hold in our core, and we remember who we are and what it means to be part of a whole. Through meditation, ritual, song, prayer, and sharing, we inspire each other to greater heights and our most radiant selves. We support each other in our endeavors and create a community rooted in compassion and hope. PAYMENT: we ask for a sliding scale $25 cash donation at the door, exact change helps, thank you. Do not let money be a reason for not attending, your presence is a gift in and of itself. WHAT TO BRING: A journal and pen to jot down your thoughts, ideas and insights. Anything you need for comfort (blanket or pillow to sit on), Water bottle. Feel free to bring a drum or rattle if you have one! ALTAR: We will have a divine feminine altar in the middle of the room for you to place items of power. Please bring flowers if you are feeling called. With the utmost respect, Please remember to take back your altar items as we do not host a lost and found. PARKING: Street parking is available and is best on Moorpark, or Chatsworth. There are two sweet, loving, small, toothless rescue dogs (Muppet and Jelly) on the premise who will be extra glad to give you snuggles as you arrive. We will circle in a room without them, but please take whatever precautions you need if allergies are an issue for you. In gratitude, Yvonne Fox, Radiance Awakening OUR AGREEMENTS: As members of the South Bay Women’s Medicine Circle, we agree to: ... arrive in the space 15 minutes early, understanding that doors will close promptly at 7 pm and will not reopen until the circle is complete ...show up sober, well-groomed, wearing no strong scents ...attend to self-work outside of circle, and not to use the circle as a replacement for any medical/psychological treatment ...speak to one another in the highest regard, with respect and loving-kindness ...hold what is seen/heard/spoken in the circle as confidential ...honor these agreements and understand that if we cannot, we will be asked to leave the group

South Bay Women's Medicine Circle:

Concord House

COVID-19 Update: Until further notice, due to COVID-19 SIP, all in-person gatherings for the South Bay Women's Medicine circle will be postponed until further notice. I wish all of you safety and well being. Please stay home whenever possible, wear a mask when you have to go out, and give yourself and others some extra lee-way with a loving smile (behind your mask) as we are all in this together. Stay strong my beautiful goddesses. Until we meet again in person, Namaste - Yvonne MORE ABOUT US: We are a joyous group of women forming bonds of sisterhood. Learning to find our voice and speak our truth. We are about healing and helping, nurturing, transforming ourselves (and thus the world around us) into the most radiant beings possible. While each meeting of the South Bay Women's Medicine circle will always be about awakening to our voice and learning to step into who we are and what it means to be part of a whole; each month will have a different topic and/or practice as a means of getting there. We are dedicated to our own spiritual path of awakening, and as we gather in sacred circle we remember; we remember what it means to be part of a community; we remember our truth, our purpose, our way of being in the world. We remember the powerful life-force we hold in our core, and we remember who we are and what it means to be part of a whole. Through meditation, ritual, song, prayer, and sharing, we inspire each other to greater heights and our most radiant selves. We support each other in our endeavors and create a community rooted in compassion and hope. PAYMENT: we ask for a sliding scale $25 cash donation at the door, exact change helps, thank you. Do not let money be a reason for not attending, your presence is a gift in and of itself. WHAT TO BRING: A journal and pen to jot down your thoughts, ideas and insights. Anything you need for comfort (blanket or pillow to sit on), Water bottle. Feel free to bring a drum or rattle if you have one! ALTAR: We will have a divine feminine altar in the middle of the room for you to place items of power. Please bring flowers if you are feeling called. With the utmost respect, Please remember to take back your altar items as we do not host a lost and found. PARKING: Street parking is available and is best on Moorpark, or Chatsworth. There are two sweet, loving, small, toothless rescue dogs (Muppet and Jelly) on the premise who will be extra glad to give you snuggles as you arrive. We will circle in a room without them, but please take whatever precautions you need if allergies are an issue for you. In gratitude, Yvonne Fox, Radiance Awakening OUR AGREEMENTS: As members of the South Bay Women’s Medicine Circle, we agree to: ... arrive in the space 15 minutes early, understanding that doors will close promptly at 7 pm and will not reopen until the circle is complete ...show up sober, well-groomed, wearing no strong scents ...attend to self-work outside of circle, and not to use the circle as a replacement for any medical/psychological treatment ...speak to one another in the highest regard, with respect and loving-kindness ...hold what is seen/heard/spoken in the circle as confidential ...honor these agreements and understand that if we cannot, we will be asked to leave the group

South Bay Women's Medicine Circle:

Concord House

COVID-19 Update: Until further notice, due to COVID-19 SIP, all in-person gatherings for the South Bay Women's Medicine circle will be postponed until further notice. I wish all of you safety and well being. Please stay home whenever possible, wear a mask when you have to go out, and give yourself and others some extra lee-way with a loving smile (behind your mask) as we are all in this together. Stay strong my beautiful goddesses. Until we meet again in person, Namaste - Yvonne MORE ABOUT US: We are a joyous group of women forming bonds of sisterhood. Learning to find our voice and speak our truth. We are about healing and helping, nurturing, transforming ourselves (and thus the world around us) into the most radiant beings possible. While each meeting of the South Bay Women's Medicine circle will always be about awakening to our voice and learning to step into who we are and what it means to be part of a whole; each month will have a different topic and/or practice as a means of getting there. We are dedicated to our own spiritual path of awakening, and as we gather in sacred circle we remember; we remember what it means to be part of a community; we remember our truth, our purpose, our way of being in the world. We remember the powerful life-force we hold in our core, and we remember who we are and what it means to be part of a whole. Through meditation, ritual, song, prayer, and sharing, we inspire each other to greater heights and our most radiant selves. We support each other in our endeavors and create a community rooted in compassion and hope. PAYMENT: we ask for a sliding scale $25 cash donation at the door, exact change helps, thank you. Do not let money be a reason for not attending, your presence is a gift in and of itself. WHAT TO BRING: A journal and pen to jot down your thoughts, ideas and insights. Anything you need for comfort (blanket or pillow to sit on), Water bottle. Feel free to bring a drum or rattle if you have one! ALTAR: We will have a divine feminine altar in the middle of the room for you to place items of power. Please bring flowers if you are feeling called. With the utmost respect, Please remember to take back your altar items as we do not host a lost and found. PARKING: Street parking is available and is best on Moorpark, or Chatsworth. There are two sweet, loving, small, toothless rescue dogs (Muppet and Jelly) on the premise who will be extra glad to give you snuggles as you arrive. We will circle in a room without them, but please take whatever precautions you need if allergies are an issue for you. In gratitude, Yvonne Fox, Radiance Awakening OUR AGREEMENTS: As members of the South Bay Women’s Medicine Circle, we agree to: ... arrive in the space 15 minutes early, understanding that doors will close promptly at 7 pm and will not reopen until the circle is complete ...show up sober, well-groomed, wearing no strong scents ...attend to self-work outside of circle, and not to use the circle as a replacement for any medical/psychological treatment ...speak to one another in the highest regard, with respect and loving-kindness ...hold what is seen/heard/spoken in the circle as confidential ...honor these agreements and understand that if we cannot, we will be asked to leave the group

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