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Spilt Milk Yoga 2‑hour Retreat

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SUN 9 OCT  1:00 — 3:00 PM, Pow­er Liv­ing Stu­dio, 15 John­ston St, WELLINGTON. Whether you are want­i­ng some sup­port in with your inner work, or to feel a sense of com­mu­ni­ty, the Spilt Milk Yoga 2‑hr retreat is designed to con­nect moth­ers to self and oth­ers. Par­tic­i­pants can expect to be guid­ed through process­es of self-reflec­­­tion and con­nec­tion, and come away feel­ing empow­ered, with fresh insight into the val­ue of their lives as moth­ers. Lim­it­ed to 10 par­tic­i­pants. By: Host­ed by Pow­er Liv­ing Welling­ton reg­is­ter at http://www.eventbrite.com/e/spilt-milk-yoga-workshop-connecting-mothers-to-self-and-others-tickets-27535239643 or through the Con­tact page on this website.

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Mom Deconstructed Podcast Interview

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Recent­ly I chat­ted to Liz and Kate, mak­ers of the Mom Decon­struct­ed Pod­cast series, also moth­ers and sis­ters-in-law. They are down to earth, fun­ny, hon­est and into open­ing up impor­tant con­ver­sa­tions about the real­i­ties of moth­er­hood. Kate even shares a moment and we look at it from a self-inquiry per­spec­tive. Lis­ten here     We cov­er; When do we inter­vene as par­ents vs. let­ting chil­dren be inde­pen­dent. The strug­gle is worth it when your chil­dren are small, rather than when they’re teenagers. The val­ue of being con­­sis­­tent-ish. My wish list of what I knew at the begin­ning of my par­ent­ing journey.…

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SMY Connecting to Self and Others Day — Wellington

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GATHER with oth­er moth­ers for a day of con­nec­tion to your­self, your wis­dom, joy, and pur­pose, led by Cathryn Mon­ro — author of Spilt Milk Yoga . This guid­ed self-inquiry work­shop brings moth­ers togeth­er in a safe envi­ron­ment to reflect, share and engage with the inner work of moth­er­ing. Using con­tem­pla­tive and dynam­ic inter­ac­tive self-inquiry meth­ods Cathryn will guide you toward new under­stand­ing rel­e­vant to the real­i­ties of your fam­i­ly life, and greater con­nec­tion to your own wis­dom, joy and pur­pose. For new moth­ers, old moth­ers, grand­moth­ers, step moth­ers, all moth­ers. Expect to come away feel­ing empow­ered and pur­pose­ful, with fresh insight…

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Creating Space to Process Motherhood

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This blog is based on an arti­cle I con­tributed to Whole Mamas and is a ver­sion of the Spilt Milk Yoga chap­ter The Shock of Birth/Embracing the Learn­ing.  Yoga teach­es us that what­ev­er our chal­lenges we can turn them into learn­ing. What makes the dif­fer­ence is our own inter­nal approach. In our respons­es we can make choic­es that increase our sense of lib­er­a­tion and love no mat­ter what the sit­u­a­tion. We can move through and beyond the strug­gle to find mean­ing in our expe­ri­ence. Here I’ll share with you some­thing of my moth­er­hood expe­ri­ence, like I do in the book,…

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Audio Book Christmas Gift for You

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How do you want to be in your­self this Christ­mas? What is it you want to cul­ti­vate even as you meet the chal­lenges and joys of Christ­mas and fam­i­ly? Christ­mas can be a won­der­ful or chal­leng­ing time of year, or both rolled into one. We meet our fam­i­­­ly-of-ori­­­gin dra­mas, hopes, expec­ta­tions, dis­ap­point­ments, our edges of lone­li­ness, con­nec­tion, our habits around mate­r­i­al wealth and spir­i­tu­al health, and our aspi­ra­tions to cul­ti­vate what it means to live peace and good­will to all on this earth. This starts of course inside us, in how we treat our­selves and our chil­dren. So we’re offering…

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SMY Guided Self-Inquiry Day Review

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The Spilt Milk Yoga work­shop was an excel­lent oppor­tu­ni­ty to put down the every­day stuff and to focus on Moth­er­hood and its chal­lenges in a space that was set aside pure­ly for those thoughts and feel­ings. The Spilt Milk Yoga day allowed me to see that despite all of the chal­lenges of main­tain­ing our­selves and main­tain­ing our ‘be a good Mum’ aspi­ra­tions, that I am doing a great job (as are the oth­er moth­ers) and that I can now tell myself that and feel it to be true. The shared chal­lenges and expe­ri­ences with the oth­er Moth­ers in the group were…

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