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Los Angeles Workshops

Inner Shadows & Light: Exploring Our Shadows To Uncover Our True Light

Over time, the light of our true self can guide all aspects of us; allowing for a more integrated sense of wholeness.

In this workshop, we explore how becoming friends with our shadows can unlock the powerful light of our true selves. By exploring what we readily show the world, we cultivate curiosity towards what we hide from both others and ourselves.

Through meditation, role-play and guided movement, we will learn about how our sense of self is not solid, but rather an extraordinary variation and flux from which much strength, courage, confidence and calm can be cultivated.

Come enjoy these playful, grounding and transformative practices in community with others.

  • Date: January 27th, 2018
  • Cost: $55/ $45 Members
  • Location: 11159 La Maida St. North Hollywood, 91601, Los Angeles, CA

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New York Workshops

Body Empowerment workshop with Liah Rozenman, LCAT 

To help those struggling with :

  • Poor sense of body image/body awareness
  • Need for increased self-esteem/self worth
  • Compulsive food and/or exercise behaviors or
  • Those having difficulty starting a routine with movement/exercise

Role-play, mindfulness, movement and traditional talk therapy will help group members feel a greater sense of support and empowerment around embodiment.

  • Date: Saturday January 20th 12PM-2PM
  • Location: Downtown location given upon registration.
Start of the new year exploring how to feel more at home in your body.

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Recovering Compassion with Sydney Rose and BigVision
6:00-7:30 last Wednesday of each month
Enrolling now. Space Is Limited. RSVP required. $20 suggested donation.

FREE Recovering Compassion meditation meeting with the organization BIGVISION

The topic for this next meeting is “Compassion Through the Holidays: A Focus on Gratitude” November 24th at The Caron Foundation NY
This workshop focuses on how meditation, compassion and the creative arts can help us reduce suffering in our lives and be extremely beneficial to recovery.
The meeting is not only a way for young people to expand their community of support, but the specific kind of experiential compassion meditations offered in the meetings help with:
  • Compassion for oneself and others
  • Stress reduction
  • Curiosity towards the meaning of something greater than oneself
  • How to give back to others in a compassionate way that nurtures recovery.

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Youth Mindfulness and Creativity Workshop (For Teens and Young Adults ages 16-19)
6-Week Series – Tuesday Evenings
With Lily Leiber  MPS, ATR-BC, LCAT, Psychotherapist

This group will focus on working with young people through creative methods such as: art, writing, movement to teach mindfulness and meditation skills. These skills help decrease at-risk behaviors, increase self-confidence and self-image. The group will also provide support to young people facing stressful transitions by providing group support and focusing on their strengths.

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