Full Moon Events

Every Full Moon brings an opportunity to embrace change, to let go of what no longer serves you, and to cultivate greater connection. The Full Moon is the time to release attachments or blocks and to open ourselves to greater abundance and inspiration. When approached with positive intention, this can be a powerful opportunity for emotional and spiritual growth.

Join Christine and some special guests for a Magical Full Moon Healing Circle every Full Moon on Killiney Beach.

This event is a time of energetic release, so if there is something you wish to release from your life, this is the perfect point in the month to set some intentions. Think about what you no longer wish to hold onto. Send it love and gratitude, and then under the bright light of the Full Moon, breathe it all away.

There will be:

  • Yoga
  • Meditation
  • Breathwork
  • Reiki Healing

This is a FREE EVENT we will be raising funds for Suicide or Survive on the night

Beginners are very welcome

There is also an optional Sea Swim after

What you need to bring

  • Mat
  • Pen & paper
  • Swimming togs/trunks
  • Towel
  • Warm clothes/Hot water bottle

Hot beverages will be available from Fred and Nancy’s at the event.

Full Moon Healing Circle

This event is a time of energetic release, so if there is something you wish to release from your life, this is the perfect point in the month to set your intentions. Think about what you no longer wish to hold onto. Send it love and gratitude, and then under the bright light of the Full Moon, breathe it all away.

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SWIM RESPONSIBILITY STATEMENT

Spiritual Wellness and Coaching is not able to assume legal responsibility to any individual who participates at our Full Moon events. While we are always keen to share our passion for outdoor swimming and the healing of the moon, all swimmers who decide to enter the sea, must be solely responsible for making their own assessment as to the risks involved in any particular sea swim/dip. Entering the water is optional at these events and therefore the sole responsibility of the individual.