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Motherin' Mind
An Online Sharing Circle

Starting Monday, 25 March, Online

Join us for a protected online gathering for sharing, guided meditations, sound healing, and learning evidenced-based psychological strategies including mindfulness, to nurture your emotional wellbeing, no matter where you are on your motherhood journey.

We will meet online for 4 fortnightly Mondays starting 25th March from 8:30pm until 9:30pm, in additioin to a final closing session on Monday 10th June, allowing you to participate from the comfort of your own home. The goal is to provide a safe space for open conversations, support, and connection.

Each session will focus on a different aspect/theme relevant to motherhood, such as identity (matresence), relationships, self-compassion, and the embodied experience of motherhood. In addition, we will practice a variety of wellbeing strategies including sound meditation, restorative yoga, mindfulness practices, journaling, and guided meditations.
You will be encouraged to share your thoughts, stories, and questions throughout, and together we will foster a warm, inclusive, and supportive community where we can learn from one another and find solace in our shared experiences, challenges, and triumphs.

This online sharing circle is an offering from Dr. Charlotte Bolt (Clinical Psychologist, Yoga Teacher, & Systemic Practitioner) and Selma Studer (Certified Mindfulness Meditation Instructor & Sound Therapist). Charlotte and Selma met 8 years ago while on a yoga retreat in Thailand. They kept in touch over the years, and by sheer coincidence they both gave birth to their first daughters just two days apart!Like every mother that came before, they were thrown into the barrage of emotions that comes with this new territory. Charlotte and Selma both felt a strong desire to connect mothers in an accessible space, and to share their skills in mindfulness and evidence-based psychological strategies to help others find their sense of self and grounding.

Whether you're new to motherhood, have been a mother for some time, or are soon to be a mother, don't miss this unique opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals who understand the joys and struggles of motherhood.

See below for more information about Charlotte and Selma:

Dr Charlotte Bolt
Charlotte has dedicated the last nine years to her work as a Clinical Psychologist, and has honed her expertise accross diverse settings, including within the NHS, children's residential homes and Hertfordshire University. Alongside her clinical work, Charlotte is a qualified Yoga Teacher and enjoys blending her therapeutic background. Specialising in supporting children and families affected by chronic heath conditions, Charlotte appreciates the pivitol role of parental support in nurturing a child's wellbeing. Inspired by her journey into motherhood, Charlotte is excited to utilise her skils to provide a nurturing space for fellow mothers to unwind, reconnect with themseles, and process the many changes that come with the beautifull emotive lanscape of motherhood. Charlotte found a shared vison with Selma for promoting wellbeing through an array of evidenced-based holistic wellbeing practices whilst becoming mother's just three days apart.

Selma Studer
After spending more than 10 years leading marketing and communications at Fortune 500 companies as well as startups, Selma decided to follow her passion for wellbeing and offer busy urban professionals an effective way to relax and release stress. Through GONG, which she founded in 2018, she is bringing the meditative and revitalizing experience of gong baths to people all over the world, helping them find more space in their minds, less tension in their bodies, and greater health and balance in their lives overall. Selma has guided more than 800+ gong baths in person and online. She is registered as a Sound Therapist with the Complementary Medical Association, she holds a Mindfulness in Business certificate from the University of Oxford’s Said Business School, and she is a certified Mindfulness Meditation Teacher.

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