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Spilt Milk Yoga in the Media

Inter­views, reviews, arti­cles and Q&A’s with Cathryn about Spilt Milk Yoga

Radio interview with Nigel Hopkins and 1:1 Companion Coaching Session giveaway

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Today  Nigel Hop­kins inter­viewed me a year on from the pub­li­ca­tion and release of Spilt Milk Yoga. We talked a bit about Christ­mas, and about the dif­fer­ent ways I’m offer­ing Spilt Milk Yoga out to moth­ers, work­shops, lounge talks, 1:1’s. On the sub­ject of Christ­mas I thought it’d be nice to gift a 1:1 Com­pan­ion Coach­ing Ses­sion to a mum some­where. To go in the draw to win a free Spilt milk Yoga 1:1 with Cathryn, just sub­scribe on the sub­scriber pop up, or at the bot­tom of this page, before mid­night this Fri­day Nov 10th.

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Interview on Happy Mama with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

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Recent­ly Amy Tay­lor-Kab­baz inter­viewed me by phone for the Hap­py Mama pod­cast series. “Moth­er­hood is such a bril­liant oppor­tu­ni­ty to learn about our­selves because of all the stuff gets tilled to the sur­face. If we can we can meet our­selves there in moth­er­hood, we’re giv­ing our­selves and our fam­i­ly the great­est gift.” What a great con­ver­sa­tion to be hav­ing out loud. Lis­ten here;

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Sunday Star Times QnA

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What are you plug­ging right now? My new book “Spilt Milk Yoga – a guid­ed self-inquiry to find­ing your own wis­dom, joy, and pur­pose through moth­er­hood.” It’s the book I wish I’d had when I became a moth­er. The spilt milk is the chal­lenges we face as con­tem­po­rary moth­ers, the yoga isn’t pos­es, it’s yoga on the inside — how we react and deal with all that spilt milk, from the shock of birth and the shift in iden­ti­ty, to man­ag­ing our own behav­iour while we man­age our kid’s behav­iour, and nav­i­gat­ing the para­dox­i­cal social invis­i­bil­i­ty even though we’re doing…

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Swings and Roundabouts Magazine

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To set the record straight this isn’t your tra­di­tion­al par­ent­ing book. Spilt Milk Yoga is a book to nur­ture and guide moth­ers along this beau­ti­ful, but also some­what con­fus­ing and frus­trat­ing jour­ney by approach­ing moth­er­hood as a path to greater self-knowl­­­edge. Each chap­ter is short and sweet to meet the needs of the busy moth­er. With­in each chap­ter the author shares her own hon­est, down to earth and humor­ous par­ent­ing sto­ries, a prac­ti­cal prac­tice applic­a­ble to each expe­ri­ence and a guid­ed self-inquiry for moth­ers to con­tem­plate, respond to, devel­op, and record their prac­tice. Ques­tions asked include: Will moth­er­hood ruin my…

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OWN IT — Embracing Motherhood as Path

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An arti­cle I wrote for The Yoga Lunch­box about Spilt Milk Yoga — What it is — Where you can get some more — and How moth­ers are chang­ing the world!  Moth­er­hood is a fast-track oppor­tu­ni­ty to gain­ing self-knowl­­­edge. What does self-knowl­­­edge mean? What is inner work and how do we DO it? How does one actu­al­ly self-tran­s­­­form? Moth­er­hood is like the most intense, long haul retreat you could ever go on; you meet your best and your worst behav­iours, and no mat­ter what you have to show up every day and be “Mum”, even when you don’t feel up to…

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UPCOMING Two 6-week Guided Self-Inquiry Courses in Mindful Mothering, starting FEB 27 and MAR 2

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UPCOMING A 5-week Guid­ed Self-Inquiry Course. Welling­ton, New Zealand. Fol­low­ing the release of “Spilt Milk Yoga” Cathryn Mon­ro is offer­ing a 5-week course in Welling­ton for moth­ers to come togeth­er in a safe envi­ron­ment and engage with the inner work of moth­er­ing. Par­tic­i­pants can expect to be guid­ed through process­es of self-reflec­­­tion and con­nec­tion, and come away feel­ing empow­ered and pur­pose­ful, with fresh insight into the val­ue of their lives as moth­ers. “It’s so great to know that there are oth­er women out there who are think­ing and feel­ing sim­i­lar things to me. The work­shop helped me link my reac­tions to…

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