Meditation is a practice where we focus our attention, usually on the breath, to awaken our awareness. This practice helps to achieve mental clarity and focus as well as provide an emotionally calm and stable state of being. It helps to create space for all that life asks us to hold.
Guided Group Meditations - weekdays at 8:30am
Breath, Stretch and Meditate - Saturdays at 10am
Reiki is a form of relaxation that promotes stress reduction, emotional and physical healing whereby ‘universal energy’ is transformed through the palms of the practitioner.
Reiki Treatments are by appointment
“Grief is the feeling of reaching out for someone who has always been there… only to discover when I need them one more time, they are no longer there.”
- from the Grief Recovery Method
Over the course of 7 weeks, we share some of the myths of grief and look at our beliefs about grieving. We explore areas in our life where we wanted things to be better, different or more. We show how to take specific actions to complete your relationship with a loved one who has died, or any other loss of expectations, hopes or dreams.
Grief Recovery sessions are scheduled after a complimentary consultation.
Accepting appointments now for mid-October.
"Those who can be silent with us in a moment of despair or confusion, who can stay with us in during grief and bereavement, who can tolerate not knowing... not healing and not curing - are those who care." - Henri Nouwen
Similar to the Individual Grief Recovery Course, over 8 classes , we share some of the myths of grief and look at our beliefs about grieving in a group setting. Groups are about 10 people and provide a feeling of not being alone or isolated in our loss experiences. The book and course materials are the same as the individual class.
Online Group Grief Recovery classes will begin mid-October. Please email or text Liz, if interested..
"Leaders across the globe feel that the unprecedented busyness of modern-day leadership makes them more reactive and less proactive. Mindfulness is the solution to this hardwired, reactionary approach in the workplace."
- Rasmus Hougaard, Jacqeline Carter & Gitte Dybkjaer from the Harvard Business Review
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