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chilled you

There's a saying, "Mothers hold up the world." It may be true, but who is holding up the mothers, and the fathers/non-binary parents?

Being a parent is tough. Full stop. It is exhausting, demoralising, and overwhelming at times. Frequent times. 

And you are not just a mum, a dad, a parent. You are also you. An individual. A wonderful member of the human race.  It is easy to lose yourself, to lose connect to your inner self. 

If you are on this page, then you probably want to be a chilled mama. You probably are a chilled mama. But we all need a little help, every now and then, to centre ourselves, to replenish our energy, and connect with other parents, with a similar approach to parenting as ourselves. 

I have some wellbeing retreats, events, and programmes to help you top up your emotional tank, and be the chilled mama/papa/parent you want to be. 

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"They are really amazing days. We all said we didn’t want the day to end and would quite enjoy a weekend retreat! "

"This was a truly special day for me. I learnt so much about myself, I didn't think I would get as much out of it as I did! "

"It was an awesome day with an amazing bunch of women. What a powerful and relaxing retreat that was. Thank you Cathy for organizing such a beautiful day and treating all the mamas with yummy food and treats. The Manor was stunning too. See you again soon."

The retreats, events and programmes are all about self-care, relaxing and recharging. 

You decide what you want to get out of it, and how much you want to engage, or whether you want to just let it gently flow over you. 

The wellbeing activities are tools I use regularly to help me be a chilled mama, such as relaxation, forest bathing, and finger or floor labyrinths.

Relaxing, unwinding, centring yourself in the present, connecting to nature, tuning in to your inner wisdom, and being open to release and receive. 

Helping you to feel stronger, more confident, happier with yourself, and very, very chilled.

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