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Celebrating Our Mother-Daughter Relationships – Seattle
May 13, 2017 @ 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm$110 – $150
“A daughter is just a little girl who grows up to be your best friend.”
“Call your mother. Tell her you love her. Remember, you’re the only one who knows what her heart sounds like from the inside.” – Rachel Wolchin
The Mother-Daughter relationship is one of the most loving, intense, challenging, rewarding and joyful relationships in a woman’s life. On this Mother’s Day Eve, bring your mother/daughter and join us for a 4 hour workshop designed to:
– Celebrate and appreciate your mother/daughter more fully
– Explore the stages and transitions in our relationship as we grow from child to adult to senior
– Communicate the past and present joys in your relationship and how you can cultivate a strong future partnership to support and uplift one another
– Learn to be a better listener and a compassionate communicator.
– Empower and grow with tools to help your relationship become even stronger
The perfect gift for Mother’s Day. Quality Time together to celebrate and appreciate your Mother/Daughter and explore how your relationship can be even better!
All Mother/Daughter relationships, generations and families structures welcome. Ages 15 and up preferred. Please ask if you have questions.
Saturday, May 13th, 2-6 @ Embrace the Moon Studio in Ballard
Register at: http://bit.do/Mother-Daughter
Cost: $110 for 2 women; $150 for 3 women
Register by April 13th for a 10% discount
Scholarships and trades are welcome. Please contact Grace at bewholebehappy.com to inquire.
About the presenters:
Chris and Karissa have been life-long partners in exploring a conscious mother-daughter relationship, although they didn’t start calling it that until recently. They have been best friends for 36 years and are constantly inspired by one another. They are both lovers, teachers, students, daughters, aunts, sisters, travelers, explorers, musicians, goddesses and fearless communicators and are excited to try new things and make mistakes. Chris has always been Karissa’s role model and has been a constant source of inspiration for her positive attitude, carefree spirit and willingness to not sweat the small stuff. The Seattle-native mother-daughter team are inspired to present this workshop to all women and hope each relationship can grow with more intentional connection, gratitude, communication and love.