Self-Compassion Training

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Self-Compassion Training

Time: March 21, 2016 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: The Haven, Ashland Oregon
Street: 1970 Ashland Street
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon USA
Phone: Registration: 541-292-9566
Event Type: personal, growth, training
Organized By: Natasha Vilas
Latest Activity: Mar 7, 2016

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We are uniquely qualified to give ourselves what we have always wished for from another. Self-Compassion feels like coming home to a world that we have always wanted: accepting, attuned – a world of warmth in and for ourselves. We will practice opening to pain and courage as we meet our internal difficulties with steadfastness and love.

This class teaches loving self-talk, disengaging from the Inner Critic, and mindfulness. These skills are demonstrated to improve self-compassion. Activities include small group sharing, psychological inquiry, meditation, chanting, somatic awareness, and enjoying our own goodness! Participants will do a few minutes of daily follow-up at home in order to develop and personalize skills. Class participation includes the option to schedule one private session to explore self-compassion with Andy Bayliss at a 50% discount (=$50 to $25 sliding scale, 1 hour session).

Monday Evenings: 7:00 to 9:00 March 21, April 4, 18, May 9, 23

The Haven 1970 Ashland Street, Ashland, Oregon

Cost is $100 for all five meetings

Pre-registration required. Contact Natasha Vilas at 541-292-9566

Andy Bayliss is a Life Coach who teaches self-empathy, awareness, and Inner Critic work to support personal and spiritual unfoldment, based on 20 years of inner work.

Natasha Vilas Ph.D. is a depth psychologist whose passion is self-awareness and self-understanding and how we can turn towards ourselves and our pain with kindness and empathy. She has a private practice in Ashland.

Andy and Natasha are long-term friends who have journeyed through this territory together for decades finding humor, acceptance and tenderness along the way.

Natasha Vilas: natashavilas.com Andy Bayliss: tmspainrelief.com

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