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No Drama Mama--Mindfulness for Mothers *8 CORE CE Credits for MHPs

  • Santosha 896 Davis Drive Northwest Sandy Springs, GA, 30327 United States (map)
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Investment: $199

Location: Santosha 896 Davis Dr. NW, Atlanta, GA 30327

Space is limited to first 12 participants! Secure your spot today!

 

 

 

This transformational workshop builds calm, confidence, kindness and connection. This intensive one-day workshop instills mindfulness stress reduction and compassion based strategies to help teach mothers how to navigate anxiety, depression, stress and feeling overwhelmed. Stabilizing secure attachment skills within our clients and the ones they care for. 

What is Included:

¤ Take Away Skills for Your Meditation Practice

¤ Practical Ways to Use Meditation in Your Everyday Life

¤ Soul Replenishing Breathing and Meditation Techniques

¤ An Inspiring Group of Powerful, Strong & Resilient Women

¤ Private Facebook Group to Stay Connected and Share Resources

¤ Lifetime Membership and Discounted Admission to Annual No Drama Mama Village Retreats and Events

What You Will Learn:

• How to Start a Meditation Practice (And The Tricks To Keeping It Up)

• What is Self-Care (It’s Not What You Think) and How Does Science Prove That It Is Mandatory In Our Life?

• The Science of Compassion

• Mind Traps & How to Work With Our Internal Dialogue & Scripts

• Perfectionism Is For The Birds, How To Give It Up Gracefully

• Our Transformation Into Resiliency and Vulnerability

• What To Do When Everything Falls Apart/How to Rupture & Repair

• How To Meet Our Children (And Other Relationships) From a Place of Strength & Calm

What People Are Saying About This Class:

“I really enjoyed the class. I have always been curious and intrigued by mindfulness. I wanted to learn more about it and how I could incorporate it into my daily life. Jen did a great job of teaching me the history, practices and ways to be more mindful. Her class notebook is amazing and provides a wealth of knowledge that I can always look back on anytime. The class made me realize how stressful life can be, but being more mindful helps bring a peace amongst the craziness! I would definitely recommend this class to friends. It was an awesome experience and kudos to Jen....she is the best!!”
“I enjoyed every single minute that I sat through the course. I loved the environment of respect and safety that was created. It felt like a sacred space. The time spent together definately flew by for me, I think there’s enough material to either add another session to the course or make each one of sessions a bit longer. Sometimes it felt a little rushed. I can’t wait to go through the material that was given to us during the summer. I’m hoping to find more references in the folder and be able to look into them closely and calmly for more growth and knowledge. I’m looking forward to more courses from you. I have found that they are one of the best gifts I can give to myself ;) Thank you! Have a lovely summer!”
“Parenting is not easy to say the least. We all struggle at times to find moments of peace. I took this insightful class “No Mama Drama” hosted by my friend Jennifer Chase Finch. She is amazingly knowledgeable about sharing techniques on how to be mindful and find peace in the crazy things life throws your way. ”
“Awesome!”
“To all my mama friends in the Atlanta area, I highly recommend that you check out, and try to find the time on your schedules to take a very insightful workshop called “No Drama Mama”, offered by the very wise and knowledgable Jennifer Chase Finch I took the workshop in the spring and loved every minute of it. Jennifer creates a space filled with respect and safety -that felt almost sacred to me- where we moms could talk about our most challenging experiences as parents and how to move through those challenges without beating ourselves up and creating dignity and less suffering for everyone. The workshop was a wonderful gift of self-care I gave to myself and the teachings I received have become more entrenched in my daily life.”