Creating Connections Workshop

Saturday, June 17, 2017
9:30 am – 4:30 pm

Our connection with ourselves sets the stage for our connection with others. When we are in tune with ourselves we are more able to access our inner resources and knowledge, creating new possibilities for insights, action and intervention with clients. In a connected relationship, clients can be inspired to become active participants in supporting their own health and well-being.

Do you teach, coach, treat or support moving bodies? Are you an athlete or serious mover?
Then this workshop is for you!

Join us to explore:

  • Your connection with yourself & to your work and play
  • Strategies for creating strong, authentic connections with clients
  • The role of felt-sense in working with clients
  • Changing unsupportive habits & patterns
  • The relationship between intention, action and outcome
  • Effective self-care practicesThe Creating Connections workshop is valid for 5.5 CEC’s from the BCRPA.

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Saturday June 17, 2017
9:30 am – 4:30 pm
North Vancouver City Library
120 14th St. West (3rd Floor)
North Vancouver, BC
$165 +GST (Total: $173.25)

About the Creating Connections Workshop Facilitators:

Mary Gillespie
Integral (Life) Coach and Nursing Education Consultant, Mary Gillespie has been exploring connection for over two decades. It’s at the heart of her commitment to helping people to build self-awareness, discover their true potential and expand into new possibilities. An experienced educator, workshop facilitator and coach, Mary is committed to supporting others’ personal and professional growth.

Susannah Steers
Integrated Movement Specialist and owner of Moving Spirit, Susannah Steers is dedicated to the dynamic exploration of the heart, soul and science of movement. An experienced movement educator, speaker and workshop facilitator, Susannah believes passionately that movement is a key element to health, and an important expression of who we are.

Why Create Connections?
A Conversation with Workshop Facilitators Mary Gillespie & Susannah Steers