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august, 2020

sun16aug10:00 am11:30 amSunday Swamp10:00 am - 11:30 am PST

Sunday Swamp

Event Details

 

Come. Stay. Grow.

NEXT CIRCLE IS THUR AUG 20TH!

THIRD THURSDAY EVENING OF EACH MONTH!

Circle is from 6:30-8:30 pm PST.

 

SUNDAY AUG 16TH 10-1130AM PST.

One-time collaboration between Caitlin Jarvis + Sarah Chizek.

This is a womxn-only event.

Pay what you can $19-$50.

 

 

This swamp workshop is a place to take up ALL the space with your emotions. This is a space to be a hot mess. To feel ALL THE FEELS and share them amongst sisterhood.

 

Swamping is the deliberate act of feeling your feelings – especially the dark ones we’ve been taught to ignore like rage, grief, devastation, anger.  We were made to feel all the feelings yet we live in a world that rewards ‘keeping it together’.

 

At the swamp, we’re going to give our feelings a seat at the table. We’re going to welcome them in and celebrate them.

 

If you’re cranky, overwhelmed, burnt out, sad, numb, resisting a tantrum, swamping is my #1 tool for getting things moving again.

 

We use music to bring you into the emotional state. So we’re going to play with our anger and grief and then we always end with turn on, joy and celebration to bring you home to your power.

 

Swamping could look like:

 

– Screaming into a pillow
– Punching a pillow or swinging your arms
– Kicking or stomping your legs
– Rolling around on the floor shaking like a child in a tantrum

 

When should I swamp?

– After a difficult life event

– When you wake up feeling cranky AF for no reason at all

– Routinely during global pandemics

To learn about the origin of swamping, here’s an article from Mama Gena on Getting Right With Your Darkness and the New York Times bestseller Pussy: A Reclamation. 

 

This Swamp will be facilitated by the great Sara Chizek

 

 

Testimonials:

 

“The Swamping circle was such a powerful experience for me to arrive home into my own body, to move through emotions, and be supported by a powerful group of womxn. Sara leads with her heart, making you feel empowered, supported, + deeply seen.” – Nina, Colorado Springs, CO

 

“My favorite part was the first individual task to express anger by hitting our pillow. What I discovered was that I was so angry and didn’t realize it. Honestly, I didn’t want to stop! It felt so good to hit my pillow against my bed and to scream out my frustrations. Moving forward, I can now use this as a tool to help navigate my feelings and anger. I highly recommend this course.” – Jenna, Seattle, WA

 

Register here.

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Time

(Sunday) 10:00 am - 11:30 am PST

Location

Virtual

Organizer

Dr. Caitlin JarvisCaitlin at caitlin@caitlinjarvis.com

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