This interactive workshop will revolve around Regaining Our Bodies, and building a connection with our Bodies. This session will build off of the previous session, but will also be incredibly beneficial as a stand-alone workshop. Check out the webinar link for details about previous and future sessions. If you missed a session you can request access to the recording if you’re a monthly donor.
A participation certificate will be given for those who attend, donate, and request one.
See you Saturday!
Join us for the next installment of the RAGE webinar series.
Find links for registration and donations here;
Join guest facilitator Aaliyah Shaikh from https://www.rahmahwellbeing.com/
Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
If you are new to Zoom, sign in a few minutes early to download the program.
Aaliyah is the founder of Rahmah Counselling, a Psychotherapeutic Counsellor and Birth Trauma Educator. She holds an MEd in Child and Adolescent Psychotherapeutic Counselling from University of Cambridge (thesis: An unconscious alchemy of the womb: How women’s (psychosocial and neurobiological) experiences and feelings regarding menstruation and birth affect their attachment relationship with their child) and a MA in Muslim Community Studies. Aaliyah worked as the youngest employed Muslim female Chaplain from the age of 24 for Imperial College NHS Healthcare Trust for 6 years. She specialises in trauma, and the time in the womb as impacting later life development. She is interested in neuroscience, demedicalisation of birth, trauma, attachment, psychology of pain, and the role of patriarchy in women's health. Aaliyah feels passionately towards natural health, unschooling, natural parenting and conscious living. Her passion is in encouraging women to reclaim their bodies and choices from culture, patriarchy and medicalisation and to empower women through igniting conscious awareness of the power of the womb to restore and heal.