Madeleine Eames

- Psychotherapist
- Mindfulness Teacher

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A Mindful Practice to Build into Your Day

Dear Readers,

 

I have a wonderful article to share with you that may seem simple, but the benefits are numerous. Read on to see how mindful eating can enhance happiness and joy in your life. I hope you enjoy it.

Also, there are 4 spots left in the upcoming workshop: Identifying and Breaking Through Limiting Beliefs: 

“Identifying and Breaking Through Core Beliefs”
Bust through fears and beliefs that might be holding you in a pattern that is largely unconscious. This workshop will help you tap into your true power beyond limiting thoughts and fears. 
We are going to breathe (like Max Strom) move gently,  stand powerfully (like Amy Cuddy), inquire (like Byron Katie), visualize and tap (that’s right, EFT) into our core beliefs to see if they are helping us to reach our potential or holding us back. Alternatively, you are welcome to stretch out and breathe.
What you can expect:
A gently guided practice of restorative yoga, transformational breath and guided journalling practices. You do not have to share anything. This is for you. 
Please wear comfy clothing and bring a journal and pen and a yoga mat if you have one. 
Date: Thursday March 8th, 6:30-8pm
Where: 4401 20th St. NE (Upper Lakeshore: turn right just past Appleyard Subdivision)
Cost: $20
I am really excited to offer what I have found to be transformative practices through my 25+ (yikes) years of counselling. 
Spots are limited so please RSVP and I will save your spot,

Have a great week,

Madeleine

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