A 3-hour workshop exploring our relationships. We feel it, and neuroscience proves it: human beings need connection to thrive in all relationships – at home, at work, in the world.
How do we cultivate the feelings of safety, security, and well-being we need to feel connected? Mindfulness can help.
In this workshop we’ll explore:
- The definition of mindfulness
- Getting to the root of harmful relationship patterns such as blame, defensiveness, avoiding conflict, and shutting down
- Letting go of unhelpful narratives about ourselves and others
- Awareness of feelings and needs for more skillful communication and emotional resilience
By bringing mindfulness to our interactions, we can enrich all of our relationships. We’d love to practice with you.
NOTE: In addition to wearing facemasks for the duration of this event, all participants must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination at the venue’s request. You will be asked to upload your proof when you register.
Sunday, January 16
2:00 – 5:00pm
Teresa and Richard Johnson
Tuition is offered on a sliding scale ($50-$100). We also offer payment plans.
We ask that people who are attending this event together please register separately.
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