Unlocking the Gifts of Anger: For Women 2 dates

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Hosted by The Psychedelic Society
Activity True Nature
Local group London
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Release anger through movement and activation of our primal voice

Expressing anger has long been a taboo in our society, making it difficult for people to allow the full range of emotions to flow. When our authentic expression is repressed, some or many of us end up bottling up difficult feelings. With time, we can feel this reflected in our bodies through muscle tensions, physical pain, emotional distress or even depression in the long term.

By bringing our emotions into our conscious awareness, and releasing them through the body, we can gain agency over how they influence our lives.

When we look at our anger in the eye and create a safe space for it to be released, we naturally develop insight into our boundaries that we might have been not aware of. A sense of liberation from challenging emotions like grief, shame or sadness often accompanies the process.

The aim of this workshop is to offer guidance and empower you to explore all the aspects that form your beautiful complex being, trusting that you can ride the wave of all your emotions. Channel your anger into healthy expression and let yourself be witnessed in your full fire. With the support of each other, we can finally break free from the stigma around embodying our authentic selves. 

This experience will also provide you with anger management tools that you can integrate into your daily life. 

This is an invitation for women and non-binary womb folk to come together to create a non-judgmental space, where we feel safe to release our anger through movement and activation of our primal voice. Once our shadows are brought to light, feeling them can be normalised and healthily reintegrated into our lives. In the context of this event, we are focusing on healing our relationship with rage.


"Powerful and connected. Since the session I'm now allowing myself to feel rage and disappointment when they appear instead of telling myself I'm being 'unreasonable' and suppressing them" Danielle


This workshop is for you if:

  • You want to release your anger but don’t know how to or are afraid of doing it alone
  • You feel tensions stuck in your body (neck, lower back pain, headaches) that come after episodes of anger, frustration or sadness
  • You feel ready to shift stuck patterns
  • You are tired of not being heard or not being taken seriously
  • You’ve had enough of playing small and are ready to fully step into your power
  • You are angry about the injustices of this world
  • You are angry about women being subjected to violence
  • You are angry about the current situation regarding the overexploitation of the Earth


How you may benefit from this work:

Better Boundary Setting 

- Feeling anger helps you to understand where your boundaries lie, and through this process you strengthen your ability to say NO.

Less stress and improved physical health

- Feeling and releasing anger can improve your the health of your body as these emotions are no longer stored in your body, creating stress in the whole system.

Improved mental health 

- We support you to experience emotions in a healthy way so that you no longer need to fear the more intense of ‘negative’ ones.

Tool kit for life

- We aim to provide you tools and skills to integrate this work into daily life that will support you to have better relationships in the workplace, with your family, children and friends.


Why do we do this work?

Making friends with our anger was transformational in our own lives, and has helped us to better understand ourselves with great self acceptance, and as a result we are more able to stand for what we believe in. We want to share this with others because we want to create a world where women feel empowered to speak their truth and are not afraid to make their voices heard.


Event Flow

  • Sharing circle - Check-in, connection and intention setting. 
  • Learning about the fundamentals of anger work
    • Science and practice behind the effects of anger on our body and mind; and how to release it.
    • How to recognise different types of anger
    • Everyday practical tips on how to deal with anger
  • Practical demonstrations and safety instructions
  • Core part of the event: 
    • Voice activation and drum journey
    • Guided movement practice consisting of embodying various archetypal forms of self-expression
    • Space for individual exploration
  • Wind down, relaxation and time for journaling
  • Closing circle with sharing and a gratitude practice


About the facilitators

Mar is a PhD student at UCL and part of the Equality, Diversion and Inclusion committee, where she does workshops and talks to raise awareness of the importance of cyclical living for wellbeing in the workplace. With a passion for neuroscience, she is interested in researching the mind-body-nature connection and altered states of consciousness through natural means. She also has experience in Kundalini Yoga and the Wim Hof Method.

Mar Estarellas @mar.estarellas

Orshi has been actively experimenting with personal growth practices for nearly a decade. Diverted from working in healthcare a few years ago and forging her own path of supporting people with a key focus on mental and emotional health through creative liberation. With this work, participants can cultivate a deeper awareness of themselves and live a happier, more fulfilling life.

Orsolya Szeverics - Orshi @creative_liberation

Our aim is to provide communities with safe spaces for creative empowerment, where participants can cultivate connection and confidence in themselves with the support of a group setting.



While this work may have therapeutic benefits, this is not therapy or a replacement for therapy. If you are experiencing significant mental health challenges, we strongly encourage you to seek 1-1 support from a qualified psychotherapist.

While we do our best to create an environment that feels safe and inclusive, it is your responsibility to look after your own needs and boundaries. If this is something you struggle with, or you are concerned about any element of this workshop please contact us in advance. We are very willing to chat and check in about whether this workshop is right for you at this time.


No refunds or ticket transfers are available, however, if you are facing financial difficulties and really want to attend, please do reach out.


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