Do you feel burned out or stressed?

Like you’re trapped on a fast-moving treadmill?

We are all gifted with powerful tools in our body to manage stress, better regulate our emotions, find calm, and slow down.

In this workshop, Audrey will guide you through an immersive and meditative experience to help you use these tools and release the stress that is shrouding your light and delight of being. You will leave with personalized solutions that will help you quiet your mind in an accelerating world.

The collaborative journey:

Part 1 – Your Body’s Natural Stress Reduction Tools: Audrey will give you a basic understanding of the survival tools that you will leverage: bilateral stimulation and the (para)sympathetic nervous system.

Part 2 – Learn by Doing: You will be guided through a multi-sensory moving meditation using a combination of breathing, yoga movement (no experience required), music, acupressure, and essential oils to help you be fully present in your body. You will build muscle memory of this state of bliss so that you can access it later.

Part 3 – Transform One Step at a Time: The group will co-create personalized actionable steps. You will also walk away with a repeatable mini-stress release ritual.

Audrey’s calling is to help you discover an increased appreciation for, and connection with, yourself. This drive stems from her own personal lifelong learning journey to heal from childhood trauma and find happiness.

Before becoming a wellness practitioner, Audrey worked for over a decade at the intersections of technology, experiential learning, psychology, and human-centered product design. She built experiences that taught people technical and behavioral skills to thrive in a challenging world, and coached teams through change. Audrey holds a Master of Education in Technology & Innovation from Harvard and she is a yoga teacher and transformative life coach. You can learn more about Audrey at www.wellnesswithaudreyt.com

Investment $45

Class size is limited, sign up early!

Yoga mats provided, but please feel free to bring your own

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