Thu, Jul 26 | Abrams Claghorn Gallery

Refill Your Cup ~ A Women's Connection Circle

Are you a mother or woman that serves as the “glue” for your Home? Community? Workspace? Do you find it hard to find time and support to focus on yourself? To Register click Here: https://abramsclaghornshop.com/collections/workshops/products/refill-your-cup-a-women-s-connecton-circle
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Refill Your Cup ~ A Women's Connection Circle

Time & Location

Jul 26, 2018, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Abrams Claghorn Gallery, 1251 Solano Ave, Albany, CA 94706, USA

About the Event

More and more women are exhausted by all the roles and responsibilities they hold and are finding themselves emotionally, mentally and physically, depleted.

Author and “Unique Lifestyle Advocate” Dr. Sweta believes spiritually-grounded tools can help “superwoman” let go, relax and still feel confident that everyone is taken care of while daily life progress is also being made.

She invites you to a bi-weekly gathering where she will share these tools and offer you the support to implement them while also nourishing your soul in connection with like-minded women.

Doors at 6:00 pm

Talk and Guided Practices at 6:15 pm

Bio:

Sweta Chawla PharmD and Author of the book I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Look For…Now What? Left her 17-year Profession of Pharmacy after the premature birth of her son. Leaving a decade-long career as a Professor she then took a deep-dive into her soul. To her surprise, she came out a writer, a practical mystic, and a compulsive story-teller. She’s passionate about supporting women to experience Balance, Belonging and Beauty from the inside out. However, her Alter Ego is Ms. Piggy so don’t mistake her “love & light” attitude. Her mission is to support martyrs to “get a life” in the most compassionate way possible. She’s determined to get moms to honor their intuition & lead their family through her customized Unique Harmony LifeStyle process. Her approach is about giving permission to want it all on YOUR terms without having to do it alone. Instead feeling magically supported. When not “working,” she’s either salsa dancing, at an open-mic/improv or exploring the world with her family and sometimes alone.

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