Heal what Hurts 8-week course
Heal what Hurts 8-week course
Heal your emotional triggers, heal your relationships
St Paul Yoga Center
1162 Selby Ave, St Paul.
Wednesdays: June 19-August 14 (no class july 3)
Free yourself from emotional reactivity that wrecks havoc on your personal relationships.
To effectively heal reactive emotional wounds that interfer with your relationships, it is necessary to make room for a new way of responding.
Give yourself this dedicated time for deep inner healing work. With the tools of yoga philosophy, therapeutic yoga, heal-what-hurts-meditations, artistic exercises and deep relaxation, you will discover hidden wounds that interfer with your relationships, bring to them healing presence and re-write the old story that has played out in painful ways in your life. This allows you to open up to a new chapter of your life.
During this 8-week course, you will identify areas of growth, release untapped potential, and heal areas that are in need of immediate attention. After this process, you will be able to address the areas of your life that aren't working optimally. Blind spots will be revealed, and hidden strengths uncovered. You will see the truth: you have enormous inner resources and you do have what it takes to meet any and all issues and move through them — but it does take willingness to be quiet and listen inwardly.
This 8-week Heal what Hurts Practice Course is a milestone and a gamechanger. It essentially shines your own bright Light of Awareness deeply into less conscious areas of your psyche, clarity arises and change inevitably follows. Students report feeling deeply empowered by the Heal what Hurts Practices that are akin to a deep clearing out of the forgotten areas of your living space as well as a renewed sense of gratitude for the grace of inner guidance that is available to us when we become still and listen.
You will be be guided gently and very effectively into an awareness to the Truth about your intricate life journey and the next steps will become obvious. After this process, you will be much better able to address the areas of your life that aren't working optimally.
This deeply healing 8-week course includes therapeutic yogic practices:
Deep guided mindfulness meditation, heal what hurts meditation and visualization (Please CLICK HERE to try a digital version of the felt sense meditation that is used as part of the heal-what-hurts practice)
Pranayama (breathing techniques).
Therapeutic yoga including somatics to release deep-seated tension from the body
Introspection, journaling and sharing
During these 8 weeks, we will dive into 8 steps of becoming more and more conscious of what really happens when you are triggered.
Recognize your body as your roadmap to the source of your triggers
“Something in me feels that” – separating out from the felt sensation that is acting up
What is skillful coping when you are triggered
Should you stay or take space - when to do what?
How blaming the person or event that triggers you is a wasted opportunity for self-exploration
Uncover the unconscious script operating from inside of you
Change the script, change your life
Forgiveness — releasing the stuck energy of holding a grudge(s)
Please bring comfortable clothing (layers) and bring a notebook and pen. There are communal blankets available but you are more than welcome to bring your own.
It is recommended that you abstain from alcohol or drugs for at least 24 hours before class.
There are no pre-requisites for this course. You do not need any prior experience with yoga and meditation to benefit in a deep way from the therapeutic practices.
Pre-registration and payment reserves your space, and is required for all workshops and retreats. There are no refunds, but if you cancel more than 1 week prior to the beginning of a class series, workshop, or retreat your payment is transferred to a credit you can use for any Breath of Life product or service. Such credits have no expiration date. If you cancel less than 24-hours prior, you forfeit your payment. Please register early as space is limited.