The Art of Radical Self-Love
Join us in a 4 week series in which you will be held in an inclusive, spacious and Sacred container that invites you to receive, explore, and practice tools to assist you in softening into a harmonious and devotional experience of self-love.
What does it mean to love yourself unconditionally? Self-love leads to greater experiences of freedom, compassion, confidence, resilience and the ability to mindfully respond to life’s ever changing circumstances. Additionally, people who report greater instances of self love experience an increased capacity to experience loving, authentic and meaningful relationships. You will experience the incorporation of mind, body, emotional and spiritual level. You will be invited to participate in gentle movement, guided meditation, journal inquiries, tools for self-love, art, and more. This group is for you if you want to experience:
- Greater Freedom
- Increased Confidence
- Community & Sisterhood
Kristin Bio: Kristin’s specialty is holding sacred space for people to heal deep rooted patterns held in the body and at the emotional level. Kristin works with people using a Soul-centered approach, incorporating the mind, body, and emotions, and has found this multi-dimensional approach to be most effective in serving long term healing and growth. Kristin holds a master’s in Spiritual Science and assists the Advanced Spiritual Psychology programs at the University of Santa Monica; she is a Professional Certified Coach and has 20+ years of study in the field of Psychology. She has also taught children for 15 years.
Aiyisha Bio: Aiyisha’s passion is supporting humans in building a deeper relationship with their body, mind and soul. She works from a framework that recognizes we are all brilliant and that sometimes this truth gets clouded by the programming that exists in this world. Aiyisha honors the intelligence of the inner child and the wisdom of all ancestors. Aiyisha holds a master’s in Somatic Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco. She also holds a degree in Child Development; she is a yoga teacher and a Certified Massage Therapist from National Holistic Institute.