An Introduction to Ending Spiritual By Passing to Mend Body, Mind and Spirit

$25.00

(1 customer review)
Do you ever feel betrayed by your body? You eat well, meditate regularly, exercise wisely, invest in regular bodywork or yoga, and yet you still experience pain, stiffness and various health issues. You are in good company.

According to Dr. Robert Augustus, author of Spiritual Bypassing: When Spirit Disconnects Us From What Really Matters, spiritual bypassing is the use of spiritual beliefs and theory to avoid dealing with unresolved, painful or psychological wounds and unmet needs. Our bodies then bear the burden of this aversion and our consciousness suffers as well.

Thursday Feb 25th
6:00-7:15 MST

This is a virtual workshop using Zoom.

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This 75 minute educational, transformational and movement based workshop is for you if you want to:
  1. befriend and feel better in your body
  2. learn to listen to what your body is trying to tell you
  3. discover tools for emotional authenticity
  4. release trapped energy from the past that impacts the health of your present
  5. optimize your health, feel better, find more freedom and age gracefully
Enjoy:
  1. an eye opening Power Point Presentation
  2. Q & A
  3. mindful movement
  4. gentle modified yoga for all ages, abilities and limitations, as well as
  5. specific therapeutic exercises to create more space, ease, freedom and flexibility in your body.

Class size limited.

1 review for An Introduction to Ending Spiritual By Passing to Mend Body, Mind and Spirit

  1. Barbara R

    “My recent epiphany is that ‘Sucking It Up’ really means ‘Stuff It Down and Bury It Deep’. My mode of coping for years, combined with low back and hip injuries left me living with chronic pain. Exercise, PT, ARP wave therapy did not get to the roots of my pain. I attended one of Dr. Keneen Hope’s workshops and felt better that same night! I learned so much about releasing stress in healthy way. I told her she should do a TED talk about healing personal and physical pain because her approach is revolutionary!”

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