In Her Wisdom

  • Radiance Yoga 1612 West Lewis Street San Diego, CA, 92103 United States

Sacred Circle for All Women.

There lies within our hearts the longing to sit with our sisters, recalibrate and be in our full expression. It is time to gather with one another for authentic sharing, movement, and nurturing. Join us for an afternoon designed to realign with our innate wisdom.

For centuries women have gathered together to heal, celebrate, grieve, and dream. Yet, our modern-day society leaves little time for listening to our deep calling to commune with one another. This is an opportunity to be fully you, to melt into yourself in the safety of shared sisterhood.

Additionally, many of you will have participated in the Women's March downtown earlier in the day as a way to stand in solidarity with the Women's March in DC. We intentionally chose this day and time for our circling to provide a space for you to land and connect. 

Nurturing movement and ritual led by Jennica Mills, accompanied by the sweet sounds of musician, Sita Rose.

REGISTRATION is necessary so that we can prepare for you! InHerWisdom.eventbrite.com

This is a DONATION based event! 

All Women Welcome

Facilitator: Jennica Mills, www.BeOneness.org
Jennica’s eclectic background in the healing field gives way to a unique perspective of how we can rediscover our balance by integrating the mind, body, and spirit. She has a private practice in San Diego where she facilitates somatic trauma release, sexual wellness coaching, and sacred sexuality through ancient Tantric practices and modern day sexology.

Musician: Sita Rose, www.SitaRose.com
Sita Rose is a spirit seeker, space holder, and music maker. Based in San Diego, CA, she is an expressive performer skilled at crafting melodic medicine derived from the heart. She draws from her background as a board certified music therapist, devotional singer, and reiki & yoga practitioner to elevate consciousness and promote peace.

“Female friendships that work are relationships in which women help each other belong to themselves.”― Louise Bernikow