"In a time of destruction, create something: a poem, a parade, a community, a school, a vow, a moral principle; one peaceful moment."
Maxine Hong Kingston
When a person feels unstable inside, it tends to have a ripple effect into many areas of their life. This course helps to build a sense of connection and resilience by bridging tools for stabilizing your life on the inside and beyond. The mindfulness practices and session themes (examples listed below) are intended to offer an exploration of discovering your own personal path toward stability as well as exploring our paths together. Perhaps most importantly, this series is an opportunity for you to be in a space among a supportive community so you can nourish yourself and fill up your tank.
How you choose to participate is entirely up to you and you are encouraged to work with the themes in a way that empowers your own personal transformation. You will receive a weekly email with a re-cap of the session, along with additional resources and supports. You will also be matched with a "series sidekick" partner who will act as your peer support.
Is A Path Toward Stability a good fit for you?
If you want to establish, or deepen, a mindfulness routine, join us!
If you would like to examine and build on your social and emotional intelligence, join us!
If you have a device with functioning video and audio, and if you agree to embody our Group Approaches (click here to read the outline), join us!
When: Stay tuned for open course dates or contact us to book a private group program.
Where: Online Zoom (details and link provided in confirmation email)
Cost: Sliding scale
In each meeting we will:
Explore a theme to deepen your social and emotional intelligence
Embody mindfulness practices
Take time for integration & discussion
What you need:
a stable internet connection
a device with audio and video
a comfortable space with minimal distractions
curious mind, body, and heart
Session theme examples:
Living with Storms and Stress
Integrating Body & Mind
Courage and Vulnerability
Universal Kindness and Compassion