- journey to resilience
an 8 week
Science backed practical mindfulness tools that will help you find a deep sense of calm and inner joy.
With all of the uncertainties as a global community, it is more important than ever to train our mind.
Learn and practice empowering tools that allow us to stay present and respond to stress instead of reacting.
Small groups with real time feedback support us in strengthening our will power with a practice as challenging as meditation. This is a safe space with no judgement or forced participation.
6 Resilience tools
Gratitude - priming our awareness
Letting go - finding presence
Compassion - reducing our negativity bias
The Breath - our nervous system
The Pause - activating our relaxation response
Expanding our window of tolerance - out of autopilot
8 Live 45 minute calls ,Tues at 7:30am, covering new resilience topic & meditation
Worksheet for each of the 6 topics
Classes recorded and emailed same day
Midway group check in
Sense of community & accountability
One 20 minute one on one check in
8 live meditation and breath sessions every Fri at 7:30am (optional)
A 5, 10, & 15 minute prerecorded guided meditations
Now is the time
We CAN choose to start training our mind and become more resilient to stress. "We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit."
Schedule & Detailed topics
Tues Nov 3 - Introduction - Science of creating new habits and sticking to them!
Tues Nov 10 - Gratitude
In order to begin feeling less reactive, it is crucial that we begin to intentionally gladden the mind. Learn to embody the felt experience of gratitude in order to offset some of the residual effects of too much stress on our body and mind.
Tues Nov 17 - Letting Go - Presence
Letting go of the constant narrative in our mind and finding presence is an essential component of any meditation practice. Once we begin the process of letting go, we begin rewiring our brain and discover we can choose what thoughts will be prioritized.
Tues Nov 24 - Compassion
Once we become more intentional about experiencing moments of compassion, this opens the door to facing our discomforts with more ease. Since "what we resist persists," the program will share tools that strengthen our compassion toward ourselves and others in order to feel more empowered when we meet our challenges.
Tues Dec 1 - The Breath & midway check in
Our ability to "bounce back" from challenges can be directly influenced by manipulating our breathing. You will learn to harness the breath in order to find a sense of balance. This will also be an opportunity to share any successes, roadblocks, or questions you might be having during the program.
Tues Dec 8 - The Pause
Tired of reacting and regretting what you do or say? Learn to "create more space between stimulus and your response."
Tues Dec 15 - Resilience - Expanding our window of tolerance
Stress in not the problem, how we react to stress is the problem. Learn more practical ways of activating your relaxation response in order to feel more resilient to stress.
Tues Dec 22 - Wrap up!