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Change is Inevitable. Growth is Optional – an Online Workshop

August 23 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm

Lysa Allman-Baldwin

Change is the only constant in life and we don’t always get to choose how it comes about. Sometimes it’s easy, other times it pushes us beyond our comfort zone, and then there are those occasions when every step seems so damn hard!

Whether it’s a move, divorce, the season of the year, an unexpected medical diagnosis, a child leaving the nest, a new job (or a job loss), the next stage of life, or the death of a loved one, change is inevitable. Yet all of these circumstances offer an incredible opportunity to gently let go of the old and powerfully embrace the new.

In this workshop you will learn simple yet effective strategies to empower you to:

  • Identify your feelings around a specific life change(s) and what you may be resisting
  • Embrace the lessons and blessings hidden within any change or circumstance
  • Tap into the positive energy within the things you can control
  • Step out into the world in a greater way that supports healthy ways to weather both the steady and unbalanced rhythms and cycles of life

Give yourself a gift by attending this special workshop!

Facilitator: Lysa Allman-Baldwin
“For 25 years, I have fed my wanderlust for ‘everything the world has to offer’ by passionately writing feature articles and reviews on a variety of topics. I travel, write, speak, facilitate workshops and have authored a new book, ‘I Cried. And People Loved Me Anyway’. My mission, through the written and spoken word, is to help people create lives full of passion, authenticity and purpose.”

Cost:

  • $25 – workshop only
  • $40 – workshop plus book (includes shipping and handling)

Register:  www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4656341     (PLEASE register in advance.)

Supplies:  Lysa has asked that you please have the following ready for one of our interactive activities:

  1. Several (about 10 or so) 3” x 5” or larger notecards
  2. Scotch or masking tape, or safety pins
  3. If you don’t have notecards, cutting regular paper into 3” x 5” or larger pieces will work as well.

Details

Date:
August 23
Time:
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Event Category: