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RECLAIMING OURSELVES: A WOMEN'S MINI-RETREAT AND WINTER TO SPRING JOURNEY

Mali Parke at the Peace Circle Center and Core To Coeur Coaching

Sunday, March 15, 2015 from 1:00 PM to 5:30 PM (EDT)

RECLAIMING OURSELVES: A WOMEN'S MINI-RETREAT AND...

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MINI-RETREAT EARLY BIRD RATE (extended to March 5) Ended $100.00 $6.49
MINI-RETREAT REGULAR RATE (After March 5) Ended $130.00 $8.14

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“RECLAIMING OURSELVES” WOMEN'S MINI-RETREAT

March 15, 1pm-5:30pm

Dupont Circle, NW DC

Address Provided Upon Registration

 

Join us! Invite a friend and get both a 10% discount!  EARLY BIRD registration ends MARCH 1. 

 

Treat yourself to an afternoon among a circle of women for a journey of introspection and exploration of what may be holding you back in patterns of unhealthy relating (to yourself or others), reclaim your "Yes" and "No"s and practice your powerful voice and explore how to set strong, courageous, compassionate boundaries to honor all.

 

It’s the perfect step to say goodbye to Winter and hello to Spring.

 

See More and Register Here.

 

The program will use mindfulness meditation, Focusing, EFT, and the skills and principles of nonviolence as presented in Nonviolent Communication (also called Collaborative Communication) to explore our shadows and core beliefs and work our way back to our whole, authentic, fierce, and loving inner and outer voice.

 

Hope to see you there!
Mali Parke, CPC

Empowerment and Restorative Coach, ICF Certified

 

Collaborative Communication | Restorative Practices & Circles | Parenting & Education | 

www.peacecirclecenter.org

Core Life & Relationship Coaching | Conscious & Holistic Marketing

www.core2coeur.com

 

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RECLAIMING OURSELVES

A “Core To Coeur” Women’s Retreat

March 15, 1pm-5:30pm

EARLY  BIRD ends March 1st

 

“Reclaiming Ourselves” is a mini-retreat for women who are longing to treat themselves to deep (self) empathy and reclaim parts of themselves to live fuller, more authentic, and fiercely loving lives.

 

Treat yourself to an afternoon among a circle of women for a journey of introspection and exploration of what may be holding you back in patterns of unhealthy relating (to yourself or others), reclaim your “Yes” and “No”s and practice your powerful voice and explore how to set strong, courageous, compassionate boundaries to honor all.

It’s the perfect step to say goodbye to Winter and hello to Spring.

 

 Read here my latest article about why setting intentions alone doesn’t seem to ”stick” without this work.

 

 

WHO IS IT FOR?

This retreat is for women longing to find out more about who they are; unveil their deepest needs and aspirations; find their most authentic, vulnerable, courageous, and fiercely loving voice; and hold the needs of themselves and others in great balance.

 

This program is for women who may have experienced or are experiencing “difficult” or “unhealthy” relationships; a sense of disappointment or loss; or maybe a continued story of not being “good enough” for someone, for ourselves, or maybe “too much” as well.

 

IT IS FOR WOMEN READY TO …

 

… hold or reclaim their power beyond the pressures and balance with care or even nurture the power of others, (ex-) partners, children, or family members.

… ready to drop off the social masks and dare greatly to live in authentic and courageous vulnerability.

… face with deep self-acceptance any past resentments, fears, hurts, or shame and raise their empowered and courageous voices to live their life with fierce compassion and trust.

… shower their old beliefs with compassion and hear new ones emerge to live with more radical (self)acceptance and fuller aliveness.

… hold clear, authentic, courageous and healthy boundaries to fully honor themselves.

 

This program is built around the power of Women’s Circles, using ancient peacemaking and collaborative processes that nurture inner wisdom, empowered sisterhood, and compassionate healing.

 

It can be a great support for anyone who is in life transition or supporting others in transition. All who identify themselves as women are warmly welcomed. We value a diverse group that will enrich each other’s experiences and expand awareness, acceptance, and healing in our communities.

 

WHAT IS THE RETREAT BASED ON?

 

We will use radical self-compassion work to explore any “shadows” and “core beliefs” and bring them to light to reclaim parts of our expression, parts of our true self, that are longing to be known and lived so we can also express our fierce and loving nature.

 

We will focus on deep listening of our bodies and increase awareness of our felt senses to tap into our inner truth and wisdom and support integration of our smallest and shy-est voices.

 

The retreat will use mindfulness meditation, Focusing, and the skills and principles of nonviolence as presented in Nonviolent Communication (also called Collaborative Communication) to explore our shadows and core beliefs and work our way back to our whole, authentic, fierce, and loving inner and outer voice.

 

Read more below about Mali’s background, formation, and approaches or contact Mali to schedule a quick chat.

 

WHAT DO OTHERS SAY ABOUT  MALI'S WORK?

 

I feel that the term “Non Violent Communication” is almost too limiting to describe the dynamic nature of this course, and I would almost venture to say it is “Transformative Communication.”  It has transformed the ways I perceive the world, relate to others, and talk to myself.  Mali has helped me to cultivate resources – internal and external – to be “the change that you wish to see in the world.”  I’ve never experienced anything quite like this, and it was one of the best decisions I’ve made in life to have taken this course.  I wish to carry the intentions I’ve nurtured here – dearly in my heart – throughout my life.” Y.S. – Series Participant, 2014

 

Mali is an intensely sensitive coach with an access to deep insight and wisdom. She is accutely aware of underlying emotions and issues. She deals with her clients with a gentle but guided hand that is inspirational and insightful. Though she is gentle, she is also courageous in her insightful calls to action that are powerful. When working with her, I was moved by the simplicity of our work and the outcome that left me knowing what I thought was complicated was really quite simple and clear.” ~ K. Q., client

 

“RECLAIMING OURSELVES” MINI-RETREAT

March 15th, 1pm-5:30pm

 

 

LOCATION

Dupont Circle, NW DC in a Private Residence

Street Parking, Red Line Dupont Circle Metro 2 ½ blocks away

 

COST

 

EARLY BIRD RATE: $100 (until March 1st)

REGULAR RATE: $130

 

 

REGISTER HERE

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/reclaiming-ourselves-a-womens-mini-retreat-and-winter-to-spring-journey-tickets-15088536218

Payment plans are accepted and don't let funding be an issue - contact Mali for creative solutions at mali@core2coeur.com

 

 

In service,

Mali Parke, CPC

 

PS: Can’t wait that long? Call Mali at 202-257-3376 or email at mali@core2coeur.com to discuss how coaching could support you today!

Let Mali know of your interest in any of these series or retreat ASAP to help shape their organization. Thank you!

 

MORE ABOUT THE FACILITATOR AND CORE TO COEUR COACHING

Mali Parke is an ICF Certified Life and Parenting Coach, Collaborative Communication & Restorative Practices Trainer, a certification candidate with the Center For Nonviolent Communication, and last but not least, a single mom of two, her most inspiring teachers.

With a passion for personal and compassionate empowerment and restorative relating, she supports individuals who are looking to live life from an inspired, joyful, and conscious presence and strengthen their relationships to others with understanding, cooperation, and strong connection.

Mali offers life and executive coaching; dialogue facilitation; restorative circles; mediation for groups, families, and individuals; and training opportunities for parents, educators, teams, and organizations.

Mali draws her work from years of training and experience in Nonviolent Communication (NVC), Positive Discipline, Leadership Coaching, Restorative Circles, Peace-Making Circles, Mediation, Mindfulness, Focusing, EFT, Attachment Theory, Shadow Work, and more.

In 2013, Mali founded the Peace Circle Center, a cooperative of local professionals focused on serving youth, parents, caregivers, educators, groups, and individuals with restorative, empathic, and empowering solutions to increase peace-making skills, conflict resolution, and cooperation at home, in school and in the community. She is also a founding member of the DC Alliance for Restorative Practices, a network and movement to raise awareness of restorative solutions in the Nation’s Capital.

She is a recurring contributor to the regional NVC organization, Capital NVC, and serves for her third year on the hosting and programming team for the regional NVC summer camp, Family HEART Camp West Virginia. Find out more about Mali’s work at http://www.core2coeur.com and http://www.peacecirclecenter.org.

Have questions about RECLAIMING OURSELVES: A WOMEN'S MINI-RETREAT AND WINTER TO SPRING JOURNEY? Contact Mali Parke at the Peace Circle Center and Core To Coeur Coaching

When & Where


Private Residence - Address will be provided upon registration
Dupont Cir NW
Washington, DC

Sunday, March 15, 2015 from 1:00 PM to 5:30 PM (EDT)


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Mali Parke at the Peace Circle Center and Core To Coeur Coaching

Mali is an ICF Certified Professional Coach,  a facilitator and trainer in Collaborative Communication/Dialogue and Leadership, Inner Empowerment/Self-Esteem, Conflict Resolution/Transformation, Restorative Practices, Mediation, Nonviolence, Mindfulness, Peace Education and Trauma-Informed Attachment Healing.

Her approaches come from integrating years of studies and practice in Nonviolent Communication(NVC),  Restorative Practices/Justice, Family/System Constellations, Positive and Conscious Discipline to parents/educators/youth, Leadership Coaching, Mindfulness, Yoga and her love of any brain science topics, Attachment Theory and Interpersonal Neurobiology.

Mali founded the Peace Circle Center (www.peacecirclecenter.org) in 2013, a cooperative of local professionals focused on serving youth, parents, caregivers, educators, groups and individauls with restorative, empathic, and empowering aprpoaches to increase peacemaking skills, conflict transformation, collaboration and cooperation at home, in schools, in the office, in the world.

You can follow her private coaching practice at www.core2coeur.com. She also is a co-organizer/trainer at the NVC Intergenerational Summer Camp, Family HEART Camp West Virginia (www.familyheartcamp.org). 

Mali lives in DC most of the year with her two best teachers and mentors in life: her two DC-schooled children and in Europe each Summer to reunite with her family of origin. 

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