In this workshop, Ford Peck and Juna Mustad will create a safe and warm container for each of you to explore a core aspect of your shadow. They will guide you through a variety of somatic exercises, dyads, journaling explorations, and group exploration. Through this workshop you will gain essential skills to support you in creating greater integration with previously disowned parts of yourself.
~ A deepening of self-love
~ Greater compassion for yourself & others
~ Increased resiliency
~ Tools for navigating challenges
~ Greater sense of well-being & wholeness
Space is limited, to reserve your spot send payment on Paypal.com to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date: Saturday, November 5th
Time: 1pm - 5pm
Location: Sol Studios, 12 School Street #12e, Fairfax, CA 94930
Find more details on FACEBOOK
Ford has over 20 years of experience as a healer and a teacher of yoga and meditation. His passion, in all of his work, is helping people reconnect with their own innate sense of wholeness, well-being, and a felt-sense of connection with all of life. Through connecting with these qualities, his students and clients can then experience more loving relationships and more joy, clarity and empowerment in their lives. Ford has a masters degree in counseling psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute, is certified in SHEN Physio-Emotional Therapy, and is a Certified Teacher and Senior Trainer of iRest (Integrative Restoration) Meditation.
Juna Mustad, SEP
Juna has been coaching people for over a decade on how to create healthy relationships, develop emotional intelligence, and embrace their full potential. As a coach and intuitive, she works with individuals, groups, and organizations in journeys of growth and transformation to improve communication, foster leadership skills, and support overall wellbeing. Juna is a certified Conscious Living Coach through The Hendricks Institute and a certified Somatic Experiencing Practitioner through The SE Institute. She is also co-founder of DailyRelationship.com. To learn more about Juna visit: www.JunaMustad.com