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Tower Hamlets Wellbeing

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‘Hot Spots’ Menopause and Women’s Wellbeing

  • Free monthly group sharing experiences and gaining knowledge from guest speakers
  • Friday 6th October, 12:30-2pm at The Cabin, 82 St. Leonards Road. E14 0QU

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Free life Coaching and Mindfulness Programme

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Pop-up Clinics

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Since January we have been trialling a monthly ‘pop-up’ at our Tuesday afternoon clinic, whereby a different body therapy is offered each time. So far we’ve enjoyed Reiki with Bilber, Cranial Sacral with Sean and Shiatsu with Rahel. Watch out for future Pop-up Clinics on email and get in touch if you’re a therapist who would like to get involved..

Sister Soak Spa

sistaspaCome restore yourself this winter at the Sister Soak Spa from Dec 1st-3rd in a secluded garden in Dalston.

 
Discover healing herbs, harmonising sounds, fulfilling therapies, and the power of the sweat. Gather for celestial ceremony, stories of the divine feminine, and the soaking of our bodies amongst sisters as the full moon shines.

 
There will be a sweatlodge, body lotions and potions, herbal tea blends, a changing room, showers, and more….(All included in the price of the ticket. One-on-one therapies will be available and paid for separately.)

 
Book in advance (as limited spaces):
Friday evening – Spa £10
Saturday evening – Spa £10
Sunday evening – Spa & Full Moon Ceremony £15

 

A series of talks, workshops & activities will happen each afternoon where you can get tickets on the door, but for the evening Spa sessions book in advance.
Join the Facebook group to find out about all the events.
Bring your own robe, towel, and flip flops!

Radical Bodywork Network

The Community Massage Project was very excited to attend the first Radical Bodywork workshop at this year’s Radical Herbalism Gathering in Shropshire.

The aims of the network are (in Otter Lieffe’s wise words) info exchange, skill-share, discussion, event listings, networking for support and solidarity, resource sharing and bringing people together around the subject of radical bodywork. It is a safer space to educate ourselves, to learn together and inspire each other. As the intersect between the bodywork world and political activism can raise questions and challenges, we want to encourage respectful and life-affirming dialogue and make discussions as safe for exploration as possible.

As radical bodyworkers ourselves we are now firm members of this network and are excited to see what we can create together..