Sunday Sanctuary at Kerala Kitchen Dublin
Community, Nourishment & Rest...for Mothers

It’s a monumental task we’re asked to perform as modern mothers:

to do the important, demanding work of nurturing our children…while being so unsupported ourselves.

Are you longing for a better way?

Let’s Gather

Gather is an invitation to begin to do things differently.

A new monthly event at which you can connect back to yourself, rest, restore, be nourished …and connect with like-minded mothers going through similar experiences to you.

Are you feeling:

  • that motherhood is not supposed to be done alone?
  • that all the competing “rules” around mothering feel too restrictive and joyless?
  • you’d like to feel more rested, more supported and more free to be yourself as a mother?
  • there must be a better way of mothering that doesn’t call for so much depletion?

Are you longing for:

  • more support than you’re currently getting?
  • more care for yourself, so that you can bring your best to your family?
  • genuine connection with other mothers in your community (not just online)?
  • rest and relaxation – to counteract sleep deprivation and constantly being “on the go”?
  • a chance to talk honestly (and make sense of!) the challenges and the joys you are facing?

 How would it feel to have a place to come each month where you switch off and get cared for for one precious Sunday morning?

To find quiet and calm again and to fill yourself back up – renewing your energy and resources.

To hang out with like-minded women in the same boat as you?

To receive support through honest conversation and laughter?

To gather together in community and receive nourishment in the form of delicious healthy food, a beautiful space, deep relaxation and rest (with blankets, cushions and candlelight) and connection

The Details

Deep Relaxation

This is maybe the most important part of the workshop!

You’ll be getting extremely comfy – lying down, covered in blankets, with lavender-scented eye pillows – and listening to a beautiful guided deep relaxation and easy meditation to calm and restore the mind and body.

Reflection

Our theme in January is ‘Giving & Receiving”

We’ll be doing some reflection and chatting about the often difficult balance of having our own needs met while giving so much to others.

We’ll delve into the barriers to receiving what we need and how we can make some changes for the better

Lunch

The workshop ends with a leisurely lunch of delicious, healthy food.

After so many classes and workshops, we rush off to other parts of our lives.

This time, we’d like to take the chance to treat ourselves to good food and good conversation…forming new bonds and friendships

Where?

The lovely upstairs space at Union Cafe

68 Deerpark Road, Mount Merrion, Co. Dublin 

How Much?

€40 per person

(includes workshop & lunch)

When?

Sunday, 28th January

10am-1:30pm

Testimonials for Similar Events

Absolutely fabulous – please do more! Perfect workshops, perfect venue, perfect class-size, perfect food. Loved it!

This was my first time attending the workshop and it exceeded my expectations and more. I felt that every aspect of the mind, body and soul was looked after.

There is nothing I would change – the whole experience was really amazing!

Thank you so much for a nice relaxing time. One of the best things I have ever done.

I thought it was a brilliant class – exactly what is needed going into a busy week. Thumbs up all the way through. Will come again!

Fabulous relaxing day! Head massage was great and Niamh’s guidance was very soothing and relaxing. Would highly recommend!

Who?

Niamh is a Dru meditation & a yoga nidra (the yoga of sleep!) teacher, reiki healer & award-winning wellness blogger.

She believes in making meditation easy for everyone and uses guided visualisations, deep mindful breathing and relaxation to help rewire your brain and nervous system for calm, ease and joy.

Her own experience of motherhood opened her eyes to the pressures mothers are under and the deep need to be cared for ourselves while we care for our children.

She loves the well-known African proverb “It takes a village to raise a child” and wants to provide an experience of the ‘village’ to support Irish mothers at a time they most need it.

Sara is a mother of 3 and brings her years of experience with Child & Family services and Community Work to this group.

She is a women’s coach in training and feels passionately that women need more support and recognition, particularly in the early years of parenting.

She is also a Cuidiú volunteer with a specific interest in mothers mental health and support.

We look forward to seeing you there!

If you have any questions, please feel to drop me a line at niamh@createawholenewyou.com

Niamh & Sara