Nurturing Our Sisterhood
An Ayurvedic Inspired Ritual of Massage & Organic Skincare*
Feed your body and soul during the sister’s circle ritual. We will learn, and exchange an ancient beauty routine with steam from fresh herbs, followed by a relaxing facial massage and application of a handmade ayurvedic facial mask. An experience that focuses on the connection of the 5 great elements of the earth, and our inner sacred feminine power to heal both ourselves, and oursisters when we gather together.
Our faces are usually the first place that others look—to recognize us, if we are familiar, and if not, to get a sense of who we are. Pampering your face in a loving way (rather than from a place of judgment or dissatisfaction) may be a very gentle, practical, and effective means of nurturing and caring for your very sense of Self.
In Indian tradition, a combination of culinary, medicinal and aromatic herbs, flowers, barks, seeds, wood, roots and naturally occurring minerals are combined together to make pastes that cleanse, detox, exfoliate and nourish the skin giving it radiance and good health.
Ancient ayurvedic recipes, have not only stood the test of time, but have been proven beneficial without the harmful effects of synthetics and chemical preparations.
In one of the most famous Indian ritual pre-wedding, the Haldi cerimony, elderly ladies & friends in the family apply an herbal paste with turmeric on the hands, feet, arms, legs and face of the bride and the groom to mark an auspicious start to a new life together with a pure heart and soul.
This beautiful meeting of powerful women, will result in an immediate effect of a glow to our facial skin, increased self-esteem, and as well working deeply for inner peace within ourselves. You will be guided as you participate in the gathering of the circle, to help clean and treat our superficial and internal wounds, to mix a “potion” from the earth for healing, and experience the gentle touch of massage that can create a space of quietness in yourself.
‘I love the way Lilian mixes the ancient science of ayurveda with the sacred path of femininity. I tried Lilian’s ayurvedic facial mask amid a women’s circle where we had the opportunity to apply the mask on each other, receiving and offering a gentle facial massage and sharing a lovely moment in sisterhood. My skin was glowing after the session. So was my soul.‘
'Thank you so much for the workshop. We all now feel like shiny stars.'
01th March – 6pm
Lismore Women’s Festival
Pearces Creek – NSW
Includes organic herbs for facial mask, healing tea
and light ayurvedic meal.
Supporting the organization WEIV – Women’s
Empowerment in Indian Villages.
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