There is no need to manage this “messy”, crazy, busy life alone. Join fellow travelers & walk this journey feeling supported & together. Receive key tools, practices, & teachings from Eastern Wisdom Traditions & Western Psychology to meet each day feeling centered, open, and peaceful no matter what.
- Take time for self-care, quietude, & inner reflection
- Learn practical tools to reveal innate wisdom & love
- Have opportunity to ask questions & receive support to meet specific life challenges skillfully
Deb Hennen-Bergman, MA, LMFT blends deep teachings & practices from Eastern Wisdom Traditions of meditation & yoga with Western Psychotherapy for a holistic approach to living healthy, happy, and free. (No yoga/meditation experience is necessary.)
March 22 6:00-8:00 $20
March 29 6:00-8:00 $20
Bergman’s Cedar Creek Retreat, 39045 Sissebakwet Shores Rd, Cohasset, MN 55721
REGISTER: Deb at email@example.com or 952.457.8557 – Space is limited. (Walk in’s welcome.)
Yoga has little to do with contorting your body into a pretzel shape or standing on your head. The deeper teachings say yoga is a state of alignment in mind, heart, body, thought, speech, etc. and can be practiced anywhere at anytime. When we come into this internal state of grounded stillness, we are able to respond responsibly to life rather than to react.
We can practice being in a state of yoga anytime while standing, sitting, walking, eating, reading, working, talking, etc., and we can gradually add more and more moments of alignment until we move through our whole day feeling awake, peaceful, grounded, centered, and open. (The real purpose of yoga is complete internal freedom & liberation.) Aaahhh……
Stillness, Truth, and Listening to Your Inner Guidance: Empowering the Divine Feminine
Women, even psychotherapists, so often find themselves defaulting to old messages, i.e., listen, be small, follow rules, be nice and be quiet. The workshop will help participants connect with their intuitive ways of knowing, often referred to as the Divine Feminine, and bring this into their professional work. Through exercises and discussion, we will reflect on the ways that we can challenge rigid guidelines while still maintaining ethical standards in our work with clients. The workshop will help participants better manage negative reactivity and instead be able to define their own principles of holistic practice.
March 9, 2017 Noon-1:30
Family Tree Clinic Building, 1619 Dayton Ave, Lower Level Conf. Rm, St. Paul, MN 55104