Sun, Nov 10|
Self-Compassion, Creativity & the Mind-Body Connection
In this day long retreat, art-making and yoga will support and highlight Dr. Brené Brown's theories and self-compassion practices.
Time & Location
Nov 10, 2019, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
About the Event
Art-making and yoga will support and highlight Dr. Brené Brown's theories and self-compassion practices. We will focus on developing resilience skills and practices to help us show up with more courage, compassion, and connection in our lives.
In this innovative workshop we will create, explore, move and meditate. Through art making and yoga we will travel to our hearts through our hands and bodies as the vehicle for understanding and expressing our authenticity. We will utilize the highly experiential methodology of the Daring Way ™ based on the research of Dr. Brene´ Brown, focusing on developing resilience skills and practices that help us show up with more courage, compassion and connection in our lives. Throughout this one-day workshop we will use gentle and restorative yoga, art making and meditation to integrate our increased self-awareness and assimilate the experience. (No yoga or art making experience necessary).
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS:
Caren Sacks: MA, ATR-BC, ATCS, LCAT, has practiced art therapy for 30 plus years and is an adjunct full professor at The College of New Rochelle. She has a master's degree from Lesley University. and a certificate in psychotherapy with children and adolescents from The New Hope Guild Center. Caren is a credentialed supervisor with a private practice in Westchester.
Stephanie Gould, MED, CYT, IAYT yoga therapist. Stephanie teaches yoga throughout Westchester County, specifically at Tovami Yoga and Beyond Yoga in Rye. She has a private practice as a yoga therapist. She received her 200 hours CYT at Kripalu ten years ago. She certified to teach restorative yoga yoga nidra, yoga for children and yoga for cancer (Y4C). Her yoga therapy practice specializes in yoga for anxiety, back care and cancer. She started Soul Ryeders, Y4C program, two years ago, we now have classes attended by 1020 students each week. She holds a Masters Degree from Harvard University in Counseling and Consulting Psychology and practiced as a school psychologist for twenty-three years.
Mary Bermingham, LMSW, Daring Way™ Facilitator, Mary Bermingham LMSW, Certified Daring Way Facilitator has been a Social Worker for over 25 years, having helped families newly diagnosed with autistic children in a therapeutic nursery school and individuals and families struggling with the impact of critical and chronic illness' at NYU Medical Center. Currently, in her private practice in Westchester she facilitates the work of Dr Brené Brown to support small groups, individuals, couples and families in having more courage, compassion and connection in their lives.
The primary focus of this work is to become more emotionally resilient through the understanding and practices of self-compassion, empathy and vulnerability.
Mary, recently completed her 2oo hours certification as a yoga teacher, through Sage and the Flying Buddha in Armonk, NY.