WORKSHOPS AND E-COURSES
So you've been told to keep a gratitude journal? But you have no idea what that entails.
Our most popular e-course is now on demand. Log in anytime to access this self paced, five day, gratitude workshop that's been described as "life changing" and "light making".
10 Ways to Think About Gratitude will teach you how gratitude can be used as a form of self care.
The outcome for this course is to introduce new perspectives so gratitude can become part of your daily routine. That’s when gratitude can become a transformative tool to not just combat a wealth of emotions: anxiety, boredom, anger, entitlement, resentment, insecurity and feelings of isolation but to really enrich your life, and improve your overall wellbeing, health and happiness. Gratitude won’t make all your problems disappear but it will help you navigate them with more ease, helping you become less stressed, more connected to people and more joyful in the process.
Our relationships with food determine so much about our lives: our energy levels and wellbeing, our schedules, our self acceptance and our interactions with others. Food can bring us joy, nourish us, delight our tastebuds and connect our communities. So why is our relationship to it so stressful?
Mindful Eating is a four module, self paced e-course that connects eating and mindfulness to welcome new perspectives to all our many relationships with food, feelings and the body.
We’ll begin this course by asking how do I eat, followed by what do I eat and why do I eat, and end with creating our own personal handbook for mindful eating. Some exercises are experiential, many are journalling-based. Some modules are shorter, and some longer, but the course is designed to be very completeable.
Not a fitness regime, nor a diet, or advice about how to lose weight quicker. More awareness, less rumination. Mindful Eating will encourage you to observe and think independently about food and what exactly it means for you, so you can reestablish a kinder, more pleasurable and more sustainable relationship with one of life’s essential needs.