Find Your Focus!
At Spa Eastman
Eastman, QC, Canada
Sept 21-22 2019
Focusing on Mindful Self-Care
What's Missing In Your Life?
Feeling like you just can't get focused and things are not happening the way you want them to?
When we are stressed life gets disorderly, feel chaotic and hard to manage.
It doesn't have to be that way.
Through mindful attention we can decide what really matters in our lives and what we want to focus on.
The focus is in self-care and nurturing ourselves with mindful attention and reduce stress, build inner confidence, cultivate kindness and compassion for yourself and others and come home feeling refreshed and ready to apply what you've learned to daily life.
The tools you will gain in this retreat will give you skills to:
- Better handle relationships with yourself and others
- Focus on what is most important to you and prioritize effectively
- Organize your thoughts and your life more efficiently
- Create mental clarity and space for creativity to blossom
- Find balance in your life and manage whatever life throws at you with grace
- Recognize and re-frame judgemental behavior
- Manage emotions through self-awareness
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Janet believes deeply in the value of self-awareness and mindful attention to self-care and teaches mindfulness and emotional intelligence online as well as in person. She earned her certification as resilience and coping facilitator from the National Wellness Institute and is a Life and Mindfulness Coach.
She trained with the Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute to teach mindfulness and emotional intelligence, UCLA’s Mindful Awareness Research Center in their Mindful Awareness Practices program, Dr. Rick Hanson’s Positive Neuroplasticity Practitioner program, and Stanford’s Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education (CCARE).
Her journey as a caregiver inspired the transition from social media marketer and CEO to mindfulness coaching after discovering the value of mindfulness and emotional intelligence in rescuing her from depression and anxiety. She shares her story in her book “When Life Hits the Fan, A Mindful Guide to Caring for Ourselves While Caring for Others” now available on Amazon. Learn more about Janet on this website.
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