Learn how to integrate mindfulness tools, meditation, and powerful insights that can help redefine your relationship to your body image, your eating habits, and deepen your understanding of self-compassion. Tickets available now!
Resilience is the antidote to this increasingly chaotic world, but how do we cultivate it?
Join Ashley Graber at the Wisdom 2.0 Conference in San Francisco at the Hilton Union Hotel as she shares her personal journey to finding hard won resilience.
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Mindful Eating for the Holidays on Friday, November 10th at 12pm @ Yale Street Therapy
It’s fall and by the end of October holiday parties, and dinners are kicking into gear. For many, eating healthy and feeling good become a challenge in the barrage of social engagements and family gatherings during the holidays. Mindful Eating is a tool to help you enjoy the food and festivities in a way that leaves you feeling good.
- Experience Mindful Eating
- Learn about the 8 hungers driving you to the plate.
- Learn skills and tools to eat and drink what you love while tuning into your body to know when you are full.
Cori is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Mindfulness and Mindful eating educator. She is passionate about helping others heal their relationship between food, body, and themselves. Currently, she is in private practice in West Los Angeles and a teacher for the mediation app Evenflow. Cori incorporates mindfulness into her work with adults, adolescents, and groups.
Join Kristine Johnson, specialist in Life Transitions, as she explores the ups and downs of the Empty Nest. Your life as a parent dramatically shifts into new territory emotionally and relationally as your children leave home and move into young adulthood. As a mother of three grown children, Kristine will share her personal and clinical experience with clients who have weathered this transition. This will be an interactive workshop where people can share their experiences and learn from each other. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Come join us for a morning of community building on the corner of Montana and 15th St. near Whole Foods.
With so much divisiveness in the culture, Side Walk Talk is an opportunity to promote authentic and compassionate understanding. We're offering free 10 minute listening sessions. We want to hear what's on your mind. Side Walk Talk started in San Francisco and has become a national community listening project. For more information check out www.sidewalktalksf.com.
"We think we listen, but very rarely do we listen with real understanding, true empathy. Yet listening, of this very special kind, is one of the most potent forces for change."
Tuesday June 27th, 7-9pm (doors open at 6:30pm) @ MPC
Shira Myrow will be one of 4 speakers sharing her viewpoint on the theme of “Breaking Barriers.” They will explore various aspects of this theme through talks about personal motivation, storytelling, and the limits of technology. This event will feature live speakers, live music, snacks, and refreshments.
MPC Address: 8921 Lindblade St, Culver City, CA 90232