A Complimentary Exploration of
Daily self-exploration exercises with self-care
and demonstration group integration session
Ideal for all those searching for a different way to live.
Whether you are a client, student, or practitioner of any kind.
|Have you ever struggled with trust, in your personal life, your professional life or your relationship to yourself? Do you find it easier to give help than to receive help? Come explore this and give yourself the gift of trust.
In these exercises in Vibrant Transformation Workshops, as well as the integration BodyTalk session, you’ll honour your own inner expert. At Vibrant Transformation you always have the option to share your discoveries and continue to explore further in a one-on-one fashion.
“I just want to pop in a note with as much gratitude attached as I can.
I received your offer for this course through the lovely Star’s newsletter, and trust is something I am not good at – trust in myself most of all.
The moment of failure I chose is a loaded one, and is persistent in reminding me that it’s still a wiggly little factor in my life. I ran a business before the current one, which we put too much in for too long, resulting in hungry days and nearly losing the roof over our heads. There was so much guilt from that – and one that my husband and I fought over, and he has admitted that he had resented me for on occasion while we were financially struggling still.
It has been a long, difficult struggle to forgive myself for that, although he had forgiven me a long time ago for it.
Most days I am fine, and I can look back on that entire situation as a lesson. Moments of doubt creep in on occasion, though, and that situation instills so much fear in me that I want to give up my current endeavor and not take any chances.
Thank you for reminding me how silly that idea is. Your lesson is definitely one that makes it easier to forgive myself for that, as well as trust myself to have learned from it and keep going, because I’ve got something great.” -K. E.
“Trust is the glue of life. It’s the most essential ingredient in effective communication.
“To be trusted is a greater compliment than being loved.” -George MacDonald
We’ll be exploring a number of principles including vulnerability, strength, power, humility, honesty, authenticity, compassion, relationships (with self and others), intimacy, and sensuality.
The nature of group work allows, from a quantum physics understanding of increasing observation, for exceptional effectiveness.
“Every session it feels like you’re treating just me, are you sure that session wasn’t just for me?” is the most common feedback I receive when working with group BodyTalk sessions, pre-recorded or live.
♦ 2 Daily exercises
– Explorations into a number of principles including humility, honesty, authenticity, compassion, relationships (with self and others), intimacy, sensuality.
– Illuminate and cultivate a passionate relationship to you… and to you living fully.
– Exercises to invite you looking inward and exploring yourself, all of which can be done multiple times to discover more within yourself.
– Support is available to you via email or FaceBook message for you to share your awareness’s, your questions or simply connect.
♦ One (1) group BodyTalk session to optimize integration of your self-discoveries.
– Integration BodyTalk sessions will draw on BodyTalk, Eastern Medicine and the Life Sciences’ principles (ie. Reveal & Release, etc.) with an emphasis on exploring self honestly.
– The effectiveness of creating change in yourself and your life is greatly increased with these supporting sessions.
– Access to the recording of your group session is provided at set throughout your 40 days.
Clients: This will help to deepen your connection to the most intimate relationship you have, the one with yourself. It will also deepen your healing sessions with practitioners by understanding yourself more.
Schedule: You’ll receive your Introduction to the course today along with your first exercise.
Registration: Use the Add to Cart button above.
|Frequently Asked Questions
How effective are recordings of integration sessions?