Red Tent March 12 “Lunatica-mind: women playing with the moon”

Female 360° cycle, motherhood, fertility, menopause, Group Pathways

Lunatic-mindedness: women playing with the Moon

Lunatica-mind workbook
which will soon be available online.

We offer a taste of this in a special Full Moon Red Tent.

is’ a journey that takes us by the hand to take the different parts that dwell within us and allows us to cross the gates of time to :

– remembering and observing our roots
– To instill greater awareness in ourselves
– Observe our position in daily life
– Recognize and enhance our resources and talents.
All starting from our menstrual cycle aka our “inner moon cycle”

Lunatica-mind is’ a path that gives a time and space dedicated to those women who allow themselves to dare; it allows us to breathe differently our experience so as to allow an “other” reading.

Waiting for you in the Red Tent this time will be two of us: Francesca d’Alessandro and Rebecca Amici.
Francesca d’Alessandro: Metamedicine® Consultant,Doula, SIAF Professional Holistic Practitioner, Holistic Tango® Practitioner Trainer, Red Tent leader, creator of pathways for the feminine

Rebecca Amici: Systemic Relational Counselor, Practitioner of Egyptian Essene Therapies and Applied Techniques of the Amerindian Medicine Wheel

Sunday, March 12 from 3 to 6 p.m. – at Casa Maternità Le Maree, Genoa Corso Torino 9/2 corner of Via Smirne

Contribution for the workshop : 35 euros

for info and registration: – 338.2993549

registration by march 10

Written By Alexandra Francesca D'Alessandro

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