Create a connection at she Dance event
Women are invited on a journey to self-discovery, female empowerment and creating wholesome connections this weekend at Geraldton’s she Dance event.
The women-only experience will feature an abundance of mindfulness activities, including meditation and dance, organised by Geraldton residents Katie O’Malley and Wendy Watters.
Ms O’Malley, who has been in the holistic health industry for more than 20 years, said Sunday’s program took three months to write.
“We wanted to give women a real embodied journey of themselves, where they can experience power, sensuality, divinity, softness and inner-guidance,” she said.
“When they dance, they will just move in their own natural way to different sounds, and it will take them on a journey to the different aspects of who they are.
“It helps relieve stress, calm them, relax them — it can be clarifying for women and help them make decisions.”
The dance will be accompanied by a sacred women’s circle, set to candlelight and soothing music.
Ms O’Malley said connections formed during such activities were very powerful.
“I have a deep love for people and supporting others to reach their full potential,” she said.
“There’s nothing more beautiful than seeing other women light up their life and become their whole and complete selves.”
Sunday’s she Dance will mark the third time the event has been held in Geraldton, since it began in February.
She Dance will go on its first Australian tour, hitting New South Wales and Melbourne later this month.
Ms O’Malley says she has plans to take she Dance overseas.
“I’m actually relocating to Bali, which is a bit of an international hub, so we’ll see where we’re called to from there,” she said.
The she Dance event will be held this Sunday at 881 Dance Industries in Geraldton.
A group of women from last year’s sheDance Retreat. The next sheDance event will be held on Sunday at 881 Dance Industries in Geraldton.
SheDance is a women-only event.