From Patterns to Possibilities: Increase your aliveness, connectedness and creativity

Shift unconscious patterns to conscious possibilities and create alliances with yourself, family, friends, co-workers — heck, with all of us! Through body-centered, playful, high-energy, emotionally intelligent and reliable practices: and reliable practices:

• End the blame/complain game

• Learn fair (even FUN) fighting

• Transform defensiveness into curiosity

• Become a Master Appreciator (and receiver of appreciation)

• Step out of win-lose and enter the Infinite Game

Details: 7 Thursdays, 7:00-9:00pm, $285

March 27, April 10, 24, May 1, 8, 22, 29 at The Float Shoppe, 1505 NW 23rd Ave

Get a free sample of this series at our Intro Session: Thursday, March 13, 7:30-9:30pm

For info and reservation, email [email protected]

A percentage of profits will be donated to a local charity, to be determined by group!

Deb Katz, BA, RN, LMT Birth Doula, Conscious Leadership Consultant

Deb is a masterful body-intelligence guide with 17 years training and practice in massage therapy, somatic psychology, dance, the Enneagram, Earth Based Wisdom, yoga and Mystery Schools. With keen listening and direct communication, Deb works with individuals, couples and organizations to shift patterns into possibilities.

Caroline Resari, LCSW Certified Transformational Coach

Caroline walks her talk by using these tools in her life and relationships. She provides deep presencing while also savoring a playfulness of life. Having over ten years experience as a therapist and coach, she loves what she does and wants to share it with a larger community.

Sheila Resari, BA, LMT, Conscious Living/Transformational Coach

Sheila combines her skills as a teacher, performer, coach, and bodyworker in order to create a nourishing and playful container for self-discovery. Her particular genius involves learning how to have 37.5% more fun in your life.


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