We meet at 11AM Eastern on Sundays. Zoom http://zoom.us/j/645904638

We figure it out in our heads long before we feel comfortable with the energy in our body. We are adults now and have the capacity to understand the sequence of events from childhood through to present day. We know in our conscious mind that we are no longer in danger. We are no longer adrift, disconnected, helpless or powerless. We open to the possibility that what happened when we were children was not our fault.

So why are our shoulders still up around our ears? Why do we still unconsciously hold our breath? We may sense we are somewhat shut down creatively, sexually, and emotionally. We are not fully connected, we feel half alive, and we know there is more juiciness to life than we are experiencing.

Our Sunday classes explore the obstacles to relaxing into authenticity. In the past year, we covered a lot of ground from intergenerational trauma to building resilience, from Developmental trauma to the negativity bias of the primitive brain, and from working with our inner critic to opening into a friendly, unconditional loving relationship with ourselves.

Wanting to become more embodied in daily life is a way of acknowledging we could be more present. So often our attention drifts away into the past or future. This is driven by habits from childhood and from the primitive brain and our survival system of fight/ flight/ freeze.

Join me live beginning Sunday March 17th for 8 weeks of bringing your healing alive in daily life. We’ll look at how our primitive brain shuts us down in the guise of protecting us, why and how to stop suppressing fear and emotions from childhood, releasing deficiency beliefs and shame, and resolving the deep loneliness and separation that plague so many people. In this group, people have the empowering experience of saying their truth and being heard and understood. No one here will tell you “You’re too sensitive!”

8 Sundays March 17th to May 5th at 11AM Eastern.

Cost $79 US and free to regulars in our ongoing daily practice.