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2019 WORKSHOPS AND COURSES
Techniques for Self Esteem
“It is one thing to understand low self-esteem and why you might have it, and quite another to do something about it. Here are some ways and means that work.”
This quote is taken directly from a wonderful book titled Healing Relationships penned by Serge Kahili King, my mentor. The seven techniques he goes on to outline are easily applied and highly effective – in my personal experience. In this session, we’ll cover the seven techniques and offer a daily seven minute meditation practice that you can try on your own!
Date: Monday, March 18, 2019
Time: 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Location: St. Charles Lodge, Level C Conference Room, 600 Farrell Drive, Ft. Wright, KY
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Cultivating Therapeutic Presence: Caring for Yourself While Caring for Others
Would you like to be more of a healing presence for others?
Do caregiving activities (professional or personal) leave you feeling helpless and drained?
Do you wish you had dedicated time and space to explore how you choose to “be” with others?
Therapeutic presence has been described as a way of being fully present physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually with another in order to accompany them in their healing journey. We are all called upon to do this work at one time or another either through professional choice or personal responsibility. These six sessions allow time to examine and define how you “show up” in a way that is uniquely yours and serves both you and those with whom you interact.
Sessions will build upon techniques and discussions from previous sessions.
By the end of the series, you will have:
- Explored and defined for yourself how you choose to “show up” with another
- Acquired specific skill sets for being present physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually
- Established your own approach to preparing for, participating in and processing interactions
- Gained concrete and pragmatic tools for addressing burnout and compassion fatigue
Sessions I and II: Preparation (Self-care; “Presence” skills development; Intention setting; Conscious ritual)
Sessions III and IV: Participation (Roles, Expectations, Limitations, Focus, Presence, Listening, Confidence, Protection, Effectiveness, Flexibility)
Sessions V and VI: Processing (Awareness, Burnout and compassion fatigue, Letting it go, Self-care, Harmonizing relationships, Healing power of gratitude)
Dates: Monday evenings: April 8, 22, May 6, 20, June 3, 17, 2019 —Six sessions total
Time: 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Location: St. Charles Lodge, Level C Conference room, 600 Farrell Drive, Ft. Wright, KY
Fee: $180 for all six sessions ($35 per session for drop-in fee)
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Living Room Sessions
I have noticed a trend in the music industry whereby artists perform for a small group of people in the intimate setting of someone’s living room. It occurred to me that this might be the perfect avenue for some of the more popular sessions I have offered through the years. Below are some ideas that come to mind for me; perhaps you have more! Let’s talk about getting a few of your friends together to discover, learn and grow!
Huna Primer (practical principles and practices of the Hawaiian Kahili Family Tradition)
Cultivating a Meditation/Mindfulness Practice Series (explore and develop your own meditation and mindfulness practice)
Cultivating a Healing Presence Series (caring for yourself while you care for others)
Active Listening Meditation Series (fine tuning your “inner” listening skills)
Inner Conflict Resolution (harmonizing the conflicts within)
Transformational Tools Series (tools, tips and techniques for personal transformation)
Meditations for Letting Go (sometimes releasing is the best way to grow)
Cultivating your Inner World: A Garden Meditation Series (discover your inner garden)
Instructor for all workshops listed: Nancy L. Bloemer, ThD, LMT, E-RYT500, C-IAYT
Nancy is a registered yoga teacher and certified yoga therapist (since 1986), is a licensed massage therapist (since 1992), and has earned a doctorate in theology researching the impact of yoga on adolescent women. Nancy presents workshops and classes regionally, nationally and internationally; produces wellness related newsletters, articles, videos, audio recordings and has authored a book on practical self-care.
Contact Nancy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 859-750-6710