B.E.A.M (Be Empowered Adjust the Mindset) interactive online workshops
So grab yourself a cuppa and join your host Kym Nelson, founder of MindfulThinking@Play
for a lively evening with meditation, improv, juicy interactive discussion, and...tips, tricks and techniques to
make us feel more empowered to handle whatever tries to disempower us! This event will be an experience
to learn, observe and interact, as well as taking the time to focus on ourselves (and no-one else!)
during the next hour!
Previously we've featured guest teachers to bring a different perspective on a topic. Guest teachers
have included; an Embodied Transformation Coach, Belly Dance Teacher, Voice Coach and Burlesque Teacher.
More information coming soon on the guest teachers for this series of workshops. There's always an element
Schedule of topics for discussion;
Empowering moves = Feb
Speaking Out = March
Challenging our self-limiting beliefs = April
Let's talk about impostor syndrome = May
Removing the blocks to confidence = June
Writing through impostor syndrome
Tuesday, 18th May 7 pm till 8 pm pm (UK Time) via Zoom
An interactive exploration on a topic which has way more influence over us than it should! We will focus on developing a new script for ourselves and, getting rid of the symptoms of imposter syndrome through writing, mindful games and discussion (that's the lively part!). We will end with a meditation where we focus on our best self and embracing who we are. Our special guest teacher this month is Marie Nilsson who will be showing us her ' Combating Fear' exercise, which she created following a hiking accident where she fell 450 metres. You can listen to her fascinating story on our podcast:
Removing the blocks to confidence
Tuesday, 22nd June 7 pm till 8 pm (UK Time) via Zoom
We'll be talking about ways to become more confident by removing the blocks and, asking what we would like to be more confident in? We'll be doing some improvisation games to get you feeling more confident plus a meditation where we visualise our confident self.
What to bring: A cup of tea, a notepad, pen and an open mind!
Grab a cuppa and
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