Embrace positive change. Enjoy better relationships.
Are you feeling stressed and overwhelmed by trying to keep it all together? Too busy being a mum to focus on yourself? Feeling like you need to “do it all” for everyone? Frequently frustrated and irritable? Feeling like you want to connect more deeply with the people you love but can’t get through to them? Having difficulty communicating effectively at home and at work? Waking up exhausted, wondering how you’ll get through another day?
The Bare Hands project has been carefully designed just for you! Our educational programmes support positive change and give you strategies to experience more calm, resilience and confidence. We also share skills to help you communicate better than ever before! Skill packed and fun too, you’ll be so glad you came along!
Mothers are the key person of influence in the family. Bare Hands has focused on skilling women because well balanced mothers raise and lead healthier, more resilient and dynamic families.
The Bare Hands Project was born out of the belief that if every woman has access to quality support and education that this will transform her future, the future of families and the future of communities. We believe that women at home, at work and in the community have amazing influence! We believe that women, and that includes you, need to feel valued in their many roles – as mothers, daughters, sisters, grandmothers and friends. We believe that the key to feeling valued is connecting with others in relationships that are sustainable.
Bare Hands is raising a revolution of women who dare to believe in a better future for themselves and their families, who care enough to be the change they want to see and who are willing to share themselves authentically to make a difference.
Straight talking, common sense skills to put your life back in balance.
Stressed or struggling to cope with family, work and relationships?
Help is at hand! The Bare Hands project offers a sustainable approach to positive mental health and family relationships via education, complementing the service provided by GPs and allied health professionals. See how our programmes can help educators and carers.
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How I wish the Bare Hands crew had been around when I was a young mother! Their program is a distillation of the latest research, their own experience as mothers and the work they have done with clients. They bring it all together in a fun, friendly and warm way and best of all, in a way that values you for who you are and what you are trying to achieve.
Four months after attending the workshop you can rest assured, I am still using many of the strategies I learned and I must say, life is pretty bloody good at the moment. Gary and I are communicating so much better and he is really trying to open up. YAYYY!!!!
I just wanted to let you know how much i enjoyed last night’s talk, it was very informative and just to feel and know that i was not alone going through all these emotions as a mother and a wife. I had a great time and it was so nice to actually have an open minded conversation afterwards with some of the mothers there in my daughter’s kindy group who i wouldn’t actually be brave enough to have these conversation with them on a daily basis when i drop my daughter to kindy. Thanks again
Calmer, more positive attitude. I feel the strategies offered through the Bare Hands Project are ones that can be utilised to excellent effect by almost anybody.
I’ve gained self awareness and knowledge. Brilliant skills to resolve issues, anything that arises. The workshops were practical, real, soul-supporting and life saving.
I gained understanding of relationships, communication skills and keeping it ‘real’. This (Bare Hands Project) is a partnership between women who want the best out of life for themselves and the people they love. I enjoyed every session.
Trust Bare Hands to help you. It’s a very worthwhile experience and I highly recommend you give it a try. It can be life changing, but at the very least you will come away feeling uplifted and more positive.
I gained a sisterhood – feeling of community, belonging to a group of like-minded women. Empathy, compassion, non-judgemental attitudes. It was a wonderful experience – thank you!