GREAT NEWS! I’m very excited to announce that the yoga teacher on the Spilt Milk Yoga Spring retreat Nov 10–12 will be Ayurveda and Restorative Yoga teacher Kirstie Cleary. Kirstie’s work will be the perfect balance of rest and nurturing, alongside the focused and dynamic Spilt Milk Yoga guided self-inquiry sessions. Here’s Kirstie; My name is Kirstie Cleary. I’m an Ayurvedic Lifestyle Practitioner and Restorative Yoga teacher, and I’m passionate about rejuvenation – the Sanskrit word is Rasayana and means the Path of Juice! Ayurveda and Restorative Yoga are juicy practices that gently encourage integration, wholeness and receptivity. This rejuvenating combination continues to inspire every…
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;
We are thrilled that Spilt Milk Yoga — A Guided Self-Inquiry to Finding Your Own Wisdom, Joy, and Purpose Through Motherhood was shortlisted for the Ashton Wylie Charitable Trust Book Awards 2017 and came second! In 2014 so looooong ago Spilt Milk Yoga came second in the Unpublished Manuscript Awards. The 3 judges commented “…extremely thoughtful and meaningful and would be a great benefit to caring mothers. Well put together and easy to follow. This is a book in the making that could make a real difference to its intended audience.” Many hours and a lot of effort later Spilt Milk…
GREY LYNN Saturday August 19th 1–2pm, at The Yoga Ground, 56 Surrey Cres TITIRANGI Sunday August 20th 10–11am, at HeartSpace, 158 Woodlands Park Rd. REMUERA Sunday August 20th 2–3pm at Small World Childcare Centre, 7 Dilworth Ave, hosted by Pregnancy and Postnatal Yoga.
LISTEN HERE — Cathryn talks to Heather about what she means by “spilt milk”, how we can do “yoga on the inside”, and why motherhood should be recognized as the heart of our social health. http://www.radiolive.co.nz/Spilt-Milk-Yoga-with-Cathryn-Monro/tabid/506/articleID/128350/Default.aspx
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.
We were thrilled that one of New Zealand’s sharpest legal and journalistic minds, and a mother to boot, was able to host our book launch at Unity on 4 August. Here’s the complete video of the launch including Linda’s opening remarks.