July 20–23, 2014 Sunday–Wednesday
A workshop for mothers
and their daughters ages 9–12.
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Mothers, you can
choose to be a vital part of your daughter’s coming-of-age journey.
Using theater games,
visual arts, writing, and sharing, the creators of this weekend invite you and
your daughter to explore what it means to thrive as an adolescent girl while
you deepen your connection with one another.
Gain wisdom and
insight by looking back at who you were around the age of eleven, while your
daughter explores what she cares about and who she is becoming. Experience the
power of invoking ancestral support and see what that support has to offer both
of you. Share with other mothers in a mothers-only discussion group while your
daughters explore who they might become in playful and meaningful ways.
In this workshop, you
- Experience a greater
sense of connection as mother and daughter
- Know yourself better
through the question, Who am I right now and what is nurturing this vision
- Gain tools, ideas, and
resources to create support beyond the workshop and foster depth and
closeness during the coming-of-age years.
Children in this
program must be accompanied by a parent or adult who is registered for this
is not available for this program. Please call Kripalu Registration at
866-200-5203 to register.
Photos are from our 2013 workshop at Kripalu.