Are you a woman in or seeking recovery from substance use issues, codependency, loss or other life challenges? Are you interested in connecting with like-minded and open-hearted women?
She Recovers® is an international movement of women in or seeking recovery from a wide variety of issues. We create welcoming spaces and transformative opportunities – online and in real life – to connect, support and empower recovering women. Building on successful one-day workshops in Seattle, Victoria, and Los Angeles - we are headed to San Francisco next!
Grab your favorite female friends and join us at Fort Mason Centre for Arts and Culture, Gallery 308 for our next Sacred Pause Saturday. The schedule is still being finalized but as part of this creative, inspirational day you will:
Learn more about the passion and purpose of She Recovers® from Dawn Nickel (PhD)
Be led through a heart-opening hatha yoga practice with Taryn Strong (RYT)
Share a light catered lunch complete with opportunities to mingle and create community with other women
Enjoy a short talk by Holly Whitaker from Hip Sobriety
Participate in the SHAMEBOOTH and meet its creator, Paula Williams
Hear Fay Zenoff from Center for Open Recovery speak about the recovery movement as a demonstration of women’s autonomy
Please bring your own yoga mat.
She Recovers® believes that we are all recovering from something. We recover from drug addiction, alcoholism, codependency, love and sex addiction, disordered eating and eating disorders, workaholism and perfectionism. We recover from depression and other mental illness, burnout, anxiety, stress, trauma, grief, physical, sexual and emotional abuse, self-harm, cancer and chronic illness. We recover from having our hearts broken, from losing our marriages, our homes, or our jobs. Women who are recovering in all areas of their lives and who follow all pathways of recovery are warmly welcomed at all She Recovers events.
For more information about She Recovers visit www.sherecovers.co
If you have questions about the workshop email [email protected]
We are so grateful to our Presenting Sponsor for this event, SHAMEBOOTH.
This event is being presented in partnership with The Center for Open Recovery.