Or, for short, just MNWwWW. Lots of zigs and zags of the pen. Kind of like that diagram of our human nervous system when stress response isn't smooth. Up, down, up, up, down, rather abruptly.
Wendy's a local instructor in Alexander technique, "a method... that focuses on improving your awareness of how you move (in order) to increase your ease of movement." Sounds pretty similar to my work, right? "Helping clients find ease in moving and connecting." It is, and yet it's got its own flavor.
Because we're both enthusiastic about ease (ease-thusiastic?), both love learning new stuff in small bites (ie, workshops!), and are both here in Claremont this summer --- well, we thought, Wendy and I,
"Let's make our own workshop." And we did. Just for you.
So now, how about it:
Can you possibly scoot aside everything on your calendar SATURDAY afternoon, the 22nd of JUNE? Not the whole day, just from 1:00 pm till 4:00 pm.
It's just that so many of us DO put everybody else first, and when it comes around to our TURN, then suddenly time's run out, or there's no more chocolate in the jar, or we say, shucks I didn't really DESERVE a ride on the swingy chair anyway. Or whatever we missed out on.
Taking care of ourselves, so often, comes last. We're inviting you to experiment with self-care tools, together with us, for one Saturday afternoon. Tools for setting limits, and allowing yourself some breathing room. Ways you can find the support you need. All experiential, body-based learning.
Sound good? Here's the info:
Oh. We haven't finalized our location yet. It's in Claremont, right around the corner, and the date is confirmed, just not the place.