Bindi Parlour is a women’s circle. It’s a girls night in — a sacred space for deep-hearted stories and soul-shifting compassion. A gathering to ignite our truth and connect to our intuition. A place to breathe, explore, laugh, and discover.
Women’s circles, like the one you can host as part of Bindi Parlour, are an ancient tradition that bring women together. It’s where East meets West, and where modern women can experience the magic of connecting, sharing, and being ourselves. Instead of blabbing over overpriced mimosas and mindless chatter, you’ll have an immersive experience that evokes the senses and reveals powerful insights. The end result? The deep satisfaction of a night out with nothing drained and everything gained.
A Bindi Parlour isn’t just a safe space. It’s a sacred space.
It’s for every woman, so you can step into your light surrounded with love and support.
Bindi is for every woman. And it’s not just a red dot on your forehead — it’s a soul-filled ritual that ignites your third eye chakra and welcomes your own wisdom into your life. By awakening your intuition, you can be guided through fear, loneliness, shame and guilt…
This isn’t your grandmother’s tupperware party. Bindi Parlour evenings are hosted at your home, and together we plan a luxurious evening of connection and reflection for you and your girlfriends. I’ll help facilitate the evening so you can simmer in the delicious mix, relaxing and delighting in the moment. We’ll gather together in a circle for an intentional, two hour experience that includes visualizations, journal prompts, storytelling, oracle cards, and essential oils. We’ll explore themes like self compassion, gratitude, vulnerability, engagement and meaning, creativity, life values, resilience and grit. By the time your guests leave, vibes will be high and skin will be glowing. And instead of clutter, you walk away with a renewed commitment to self-care.
Our circles blend science-based exercises with the divine, feminine elements of the sacred. So your women’s circle isn’t just a woo woo experience, but the beginning of a practice that works. Making this white space to connect with each other and know ourselves is how we awaken, feel full of life, see all we can achieve. In times of adversity, this kind of self work and support of the women around us – empowers us to not only overcome, but evolve and thrive in the face of challenge.
Journaling to soothing sounds
Exploring themes like compassion, obstacles, and traditions through conversation
Sharing as much (or as little) as you like
Discovering your morning ritual
Meditating on plush pillows
Reading outloud to inspire and encourage one another
Expressing creativity through drawing, painting, or movement
Savoring life with good food and drinks
Awakening your wisdom in a bindi ceremony