Redefining Boundaries

£110.00 £80.00

Feel valued, respected and centred in your life today.

Saturday 29th February | 10 am – 5 pm

Complete beginners welcome

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This one day course is designed to support a change in our relationship with Personal Boundaries using ancient Shamanic techniques.
Creating and maintaining healthy, loving boundaries in our lives is a key element of self-care. Setting healthy boundaries is a crucial part of life and an important aspect of any self-care practice. Someone who’s not used to setting boundaries might feel guilty or selfish when they first start out, but setting boundaries is necessary for mental health and well-being. Appropriate boundaries can look very different depending on the setting, and it’s important to set them in all aspects of one’s life.
While setting boundaries is crucial, it is also crucial to respect the boundaries that others have set for themselves. This goes for parents, children, romantic partners, bosses, coworkers, and anyone who interacts with or has power over anyone else. Respect is a two-way street, and appreciating the boundaries others have set for themselves is as important as setting boundaries for oneself.
This course will support you if you struggle to understand what your boundaries are, your boundaries are blurred, you can’t say no, or you simply have issues speaking your truth in the moment. There will be opportunities to work with specific boundary issues you currently have throughout the day.
At the end of the day, you will better understand what your Personal Boundaries are. You will be better equipped to deal with situations as they arise and will learn practical and applicable techniques to support your boundary work; both in setting boundaries and accepting the boundaries of others. We will work in Shamanic & Visionary Ceremony to reveal, heal and release any blocks that may be preventing you from achieving your key boundary goals.
Cost: £90
Suitable for complete beginners
Saturday 29th February | 10 am – 5 pm
Please bring:
Mat, blanket, pillow (I have a few spare)
Notepad, pen
Packed lunch & snacks (there is no shop nearby)