Sat, 02 Apr|
Wellbeing Circle - Self Care with Claire
Carers Collective invites you to another Wellbeing Circle session, this time with Claire Sartori, to discover 5 simple practices each taking less than 5 minutes, all designed to invite calm and balance to your everyday.
Time & Location
02 Apr 2022, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Sandras Farm, Cottles Bridge VIC 3099, Australia
About the event
We welcome all types of carers that provide unpaid care and support to family members and friends with a disability, developmental delay, mental illness, chronic health issue or age-related conditions.
More than ever, we understand the importance of looking after ourselves, but it's not always easy to find the time or the ways that work for you to do self-care.
A bit about the facilitators:
We will be co-facilitated by Nicole, a fellow carer, energy healer, Mindfulness Practitioner and co-founder of the Carers Collective, and Claire, the creator of Balanced Ground, a small business located in Eltham which offers a safe and calming space for people to find balance in their wellbeing & life.
Nicole is deeply passionate about helping others to pursue their own path of health and wellbeing to live happy, fulfilled lives.
Weaving together a variety of holistic modalities and tools, Claire supports clients to deepen their connection to their mind and body and invites you to love and nurture all parts of yourself. Claire brings a unique skill set to her work, combining her knowledge as a reflexologist and Reiki Master, with her decade long career as a social worker.
As a mother and carer of a child with a disability, Claire understands the challenges in prioritising self care but also recognises that without nurturing ourselves, we are unable to show up as the best version of ourselves.
Claire’s approach is both practical and compassionate in supporting clients on their own journey of growth and healing.
See her website for more about Claire here: https://www.balancedground.com.au/
There will be tea/coffee and a light snack provided.
Who: open to all Carers Collective members. Click here to become a member: https://www.carerscollective.org/get-involved