Life Tasting Bland? Would You Like To Learn How To Savor Your Life?
Tuesday, February 19, 2013 from 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM (PST)
About the class
Do you feel you respond with reactivity to normal day-to-day situations in your life (traffic, co-workers, relationships, deadlines) rather than from a centered and grounded place?
Do you often feel you don't have enough time to just be?
This class will help you work on the skills of self awareness, emotional intelligence, compassion, and attention, which are fostered from a regular meditation practice.
In our busy lives, we are often not stopping to breathe or check in. As a result we are unconsciously choosing habits that don't serve us. Carley teaches mindfulness practices for work, health, and your relationships, so you can be present for your life. She started her yoga and meditation practice 15 years ago. While life still brings bumps and dips, she feels that her practice has allowed her to move through life's obstacles with more clear seeing and is now better at regaining her balance. In her several years of teaching these practices, she has seen the the wonderful benefits of greater insight, compassion, and contentment in her students.
Who is this class addressed to? Professionals of all kinds
- Open Discussion
What is mindfulness?
When are we mindful ?
When are we mindless?
What are the Pros and Cons of Each?
- Mindfulness Practices at Work to Create More by Doing Less.
- Learn 3 Essential Steps to becoming a Mindful Eater- Mindful Eating Chocolate Experience!
- Create Daily Nourishing Activities that rejuvenate you from the inside out.
Carley is the President of Intuitive Wellness and works as an integrative life coach and wellness consultant with individuals and organizations. She holds a Masters Degree in health psychology and has backgrounds in yoga, meditation, coaching, nutrition, and psychotherapy. Carley teaches mindfulness as the first step to wellness. Carley is the lead mindfulness consultant for ongoing research at UCSF's Osher Center for Integrative Medicine observing the long term benefits of mindfulness on weight loss and stress reduction. Since 2008, Carley has been teaching an 8 week evidence based course on the topic of Mindful Eating. To learn how Carley can support you or your company go to www.intuitivelywell.com.
When & Where
Impact Hub Workbench
Phone: Berkeley: 510-649-7700 San Francisco: 415-624-5881