Pottsville resident Seb Brice is starting a sacred women’s circle.
Pottsville resident Seb Brice is starting a sacred women’s circle. Craig Sadler

Women to form circle of support

POTTSVILLE woman Seb Bice is hoping a sacred women's circle will help and empower locals.

Mrs Bice wanted to make women aware of the group, which will meet at the Pottsville Beach Neighbourhood Centre from early May.

“It's based on circles women have had over millennia in Aboriginal, African and tribal cultures,” Mrs Bice said.

“It's a place where women can gather and share and learn from each other.”

Mrs Bice will bring her life-coaching and counselling experience to the circle.

“The idea is basically to have fun,” she said.

“To have that space for women where they can be and share in things that are innately woman, such as rites of passage.

“It's not about talking about your problems, it's about the group empowering and supporting each other.”

Activities could include singing, meditation or arts and crafts, Mrs Bice said.

“It could be as simple as having a chat.

“The aim is to have fun and help people get in touch with who they really are and achieve their dreams."

The circle will start on May 2 at the Pottsville Beach Neighbourhood Centre.

It will run from 6.30pm to 8.30pm DST every Monday night.



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