We are all spiritual beings.
Regardless of whether you meditated or not today, whether you can tell the difference between The High Priestess and The Empress in your Tarot deck, or whether you did a 12-step full moon ritual last week.
For spirituality to benefit us, it has to serve. It has to make sense and feel inclusive for all of us.
Join us for a very special evening of practical spirituality to celebrate the launch of spiritual guide and teacher Giselle La Pompe-Moore's book, Take It In: Do The Inner Work. Create Your Best Damn Life.
During this workshop, we’ll explore what living a spirit-informed life is all about, without any rules, superstition or complex concepts. Giselle will share her approach to moving through the very real stuff that we all carry and that gets in the way of seeing our greater purpose, power, and potential.
You’ll be guided through powerful practices held in a down-to-earth container, where you'll get to know yourself on a deeper level, receive guidance on moving forward and step further into your authentic, in-your-worth, unapologetic and spiritually connected self. Expect plenty of heart, laughs and spaciousness to unwind and support your inner growth and your own copy of Take It In to go home with.
Please bring with you
✨ A journal and pen
✨ Any resources that make you feel comfortable, supported and soothed
Giselle La Pompe-Moore (She/Her)
Giselle La Pompe-Moore is a spiritual guide, trauma-sensitive meditation teacher and Reiki master teacher.
Taking a down-to-earth and practical approach to spirituality, she helps her clients through their life experiences and changes in one-to-one sessions and online group classes.Using an intuitive blend of teachings, practices, Reiki, meditation, akashic records and tarot, to do so.
Giselle focuses on going inwards, so you can return back to you. Guiding you to create and curate a spiritual practice, so you can handle whatever life throws at you.
Her clients span the breadth from 18 months old to 80 years old, from London to Bahrain, New York to Toronto and Mumbai to Krugersdorp.