Sabrina Chaw knew that connection was hard for women, even before Covid19.
As Sabrina Chaw teaches: so much of how we relate with women around us has to do with our cultural norms.
When we women meet each other, we so often go right into asking each other about what we do and where we’re from and what kind of families we have… Sabrina Chaw calls this “sharing socially identifying information.”
But Sabrina points out that when we engage with other women this way, we subconsciously isolate ourselves from each other because that “socially identifying” information causes us all to make up stories in the back of our minds about “where we fit”, compared to everyone else…
In 2001, based on the teachings of David Deida, Sabrina started hosting women’s circles to create a safe container and a trusting space for women to connect in an energetic and emotional way, instead of in a mental way.
In these women’s circles Sabrina leads women through exercises that enable them to “see” each other for the physical creatures and sensitive beings we all are, once we look beyond the social roles we play in our families and careers and in the wider culture.
These exercises enable women to know and appreciate each other on a far deeper level.
And in this episode of Women Wanting Women I interview Sabrina about what these exercises are and how they work inside the women’s circles she leads.
Sabrina Chaw teaches women to be sexy at any age…
In 2001, Sabrina initiated women’s circles to form a community of women who longed to live a life that mattered…
She apprenticed under David Deida, was certified as a nutrition consultant and her teaching combines those experiences as well as influences from holistic health, nutritional biochemistry, Tantra, Vajrayana Buddhism, hatha yoga, Ayurveda, breathwork and somatic psychology.
Sabrina’s focus is on helping women discover the lucid and tender awareness of what it means to be a woman, and on helping them become successful in ALL areas of their lives, without losing themselves in the process.
You can learn more about Sabrina Chaw at afemininefeast.com.