5 Day Journaling Workshop 

Journaling is a proven method to lower stress, improve anxiety and depression symptoms, and connect with yourself.

You can reap these benefits in as little as 3-5 minutes a day.

To support Mental Health Awareness Week this year, we wanted to give you access to some practical tools that are simple to use but have a BIG impact. 

 Your health is so important to us, we're hosting this workshop for free.

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Journaling Workshop

5 days of journaling exercises delivered straight to your inbox to help you:

  • reduce stress, anxiety and depression
  • connect with yourself
  • improve sleep

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Support Your

Mental Health 

Journaling is proven to improve symptoms of depression and anxiety when practiced regularly. 

Just 3-4 Minutes per Day 

You don't need tons of time to get the benefits of journaling - just 3/4 minutes is enough to make a meaningful difference.

Connect With Yourself 

If you're feeling confused about what you want out of life, journaling can help you identify your priorities.

Inspire Positive Action 

Exploring your thoughts and desires can help you uncover your goals and motivate you to take positive action. 

You Deserve Better 

Pelvic floor issues like incontinence, pain and prolapse affect huge numbers of women - over 60% of women in the UK have at least one of these symptoms (rocg.org.uk).

Women with these issues report up to 3 times more depression symptoms than women without (ncbi). 

Making a little time each day to check in with yourself can make a really big difference in your ability to cope. 

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I'm Daire Halpin the founder of Sheela.

I'm an opera singer and mammy to two lively kids. I suffered a pelvic floor injury on the birth of my first child and since then, I've been on a mission to find out everything I can about this vital part of our anatomy.

Pelvic health education is essential for women to prevent and treat common issues like prolapse, pain and incontinence. I can't believe no one teaches this stuff in school.

I founded Sheela to give more women access to the knowledge and tools they need to connect with their bodies and support their pelvic health. 

Exactly the kind of stuff I wish someone had told me.