As COVID-19 continues to spread around the world, we have all found new ways to adapt. New ways of finding joy and dealing with stress. And yet, the marathon is not over. As we gear up for the possibility of renewed lock downs and spending the holidays apart from our friends and family, we recognize that methods for finding peace and connection are perhaps more important than ever.
Your relationship foundation is critical at this time. Who you connect with, how you communicate, and how you nurture your inner work will make the difference between surviving and thriving.
When you watch this 20 minute video you will:
– Explore the impact that COVID-19 has on your life and your ability to cope in the midst of countless unknowns
– Experience a guided, inner-work exercise that will deepen your self-awareness and self-compassion
– Expand your experience of love for yourself and those around you
– Have the opportunity to reflect and be understood – wherever you are at in your life
This is an on-demand video. Once you register, you will have access to view the video at your own pace.
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Coping with isolation and stress introduction with Kate Gillispie
Guided inner work with HAI Workshop Facilitator-in-Training, Tony Holmes
Kate lives in Denver, Colorado. She holds a B.A. in Psychology and is pursuing a masters degree in Counseling Psychology. Kate is the Marketing Director at The Human Awareness Institute, where her creativity and interest in human sexuality come...
Tony Holmes is a Facilitator-in-Training at the Human Awareness Institute (HAI) and is based out of Chicago. In addition to his work leading heart-centered workshops around the world for HAI, Tony is a Certified Yoga Therapist, Licensed Massage...
Kimball Lane brings a wealth of leadership experience and skills to her role as The Human Awareness Institute Executive Director. Kimball fully embodies our mission of bringing more love and acceptance into the world. She is a certified Co-Active...