Do you constantly feel overwhelmed with life and have little or no time for self-care?
Did you know that BURNOUT is now an official medical diagnosis?
Research by The Mental Health Commission of Canada highlights lack of culturally relevant information and community support as some gaps in our current mental health care systems.
Ebony Girls Obsession is empowering black women to tap into a higher level of self-care, while building a supportive community.
At our monthly in-person, Self-care In Sisterhood sessions we focus on pouring into ourselves; sharing stories and resources; and holding each other accountable in our self-care journey. We engage in activities such as: storytelling, creative writing, community building, and creative games + exercises.
Like nature, we experience everything in seasons. So, for sessions 13 - 15 we will be exploring how to practice self-care through different seasons and moments of adversity. Each session will be as follows:
August 25 - Session 15: Self-care through adversity (co-facilitated by: Rochelle Miller)
Rochelle Miller is a multi-disciplinary movement coach and facilitator. In her teens, she trained in many different sports before starting the practice of yoga & yoga asana in her early 20s. This lead to a life long journey of inquiry and self-discovery through movement and mindfulness.
She began teaching in 2014 and her work has focused on creating spaces for embodied movement specifically in groups that have experienced trauma, and this informs all of her offerings.
She is a student first and is continuously learning new and different ways to experience joy through movement. She brings together a unique blend of yoga Postures, primary movement principles, as well as strength and mobility coaching.