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Guest Host at Sacred Chill West


  • Sacred Chill West 2030 Bolton Rd. Suite 400 Atlanta, GA 30318 USA (map)

Sacred Chill West—-Guest Host

Monday evenings at 6:15 pm to 7:00 pm beginning Nov. 5th through Dec. 17th I have been invited to host a series meditation class. This is the hottest studio in Atlanta for meditation and yoga! You will not want to miss this one-of-a-kind event!

2030 Bolton Rd. NW #400, Atlanta, GA

We encourage you to take advantage of all of the events and group classes at Sacred Chill West and you can scroll through their listings using the button below.

I will be hosting 2 meditation series each 3 weeks long.

November 5, 12, 26 (3-week series): HOLD ON TO YOURSELF

As we head into the holiday season, it is important that we remain vigilant in our ability to hold on to ourselves. In fact, often times, this season can be tumultuous where our demands and needs are outweighed by our internal resources.  And in some cases, we need to learn to tie ourselves to the mast. In this 3-week series we will be excavating our innate tools to help us make sure that we are being resourced in the most beneficial ways. We will examine the science around empathic distress and learn how to keep from being overwhelmed by another’s suffering. And we will go beyond Self, in learning how we can connect to a source of compassion that surpasses our normal human limits, thus always feeling confident, strong and capable no matter what life stressors we are facing. 

December 3, 10, 17 (3-week series) : EMERGENCE OF COMPASSION

The holiday season is upon us and we are often faced with overwhelming environments and difficult family situations and our compassionate motives to stay grounded in a caring and kind social mentality can feel far-reaching. In this 3-week series we will examine the biology of compassion and utilize the empowering findings from the latest compassion research to keep us on course. We will look at the unique challenge of self-compassion and learn three keys for offering loving support to ourselves. We will learn how to sustain openheartedness and how to overcome the common challenges of “compassion fatigue” and “compassion collapse.” Compassion can become difficult, but it is trainable, and we have the ability to broaden our compassion to ever-widening circles of people. When we can connect to a source of compassion that is altruistic, impartial and based in tenderness, we will find the determination to emerge as our best selves and flourish this holiday season. 

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