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Self-Love Super Power Circle This Weekend in Venice For Valentine’s

Valentine’s Weekend is almost upon as and Full Circle Venice has two-days of love-centric events to make you feel special.

“It doesn’t matter if you’re single or partnered -Valentines Day Weekend is a time for love!,” organizers said.

Friday Feb. 13

“Come to the self-love super power circle with Christine Arylo and special guests on Friday, February 13th, International Self Love Day, an inspiring transformational experience where you will join with people from around the world to take a stand for yourself: “I give up negative self-talk in 2015!” Alone, your inner critic will always triumph over your mind, but when people come together, in the name of love, armed with super powers, in community, SHIFT HAPPENS!” according to Full Cirle

In this workshop, you’ll receive tools to grow your self-love: self compassion, self care, self empowerment and more. Learn why negative self talk is so hard to get rid of, and why you aren’t alone. You’ll connect with others and yourself on a deeper level through Christine Arylo’s super power circle. Enjoy heart opening, soul inspiring musical performances by Jami Lula and Michael Vincze, plus spoken word and poetry by Mustafa Shakir and Shiloh Sophia McCloud.

Saturday Feb. 14Yoga

This Valentine’s Day, the Peace Yoga Gallery is bringing the Peace Train to Full Circle Venice! The evening begins with two hours of bliss-filled yoga with Cheri Rae followed by an organic dinner served by L.O.V.E. and live music from Cipes & The People Dancing. Join us for a night filled with infinite love and movement!

For more information on both events go to:  fullcirclevenice.org

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