I need your help!
I’m planning on developing a neck and shoulder workshop, the plan is to be able to offer it this Fall.
I have tons of information to share, but I feel like I’m stuck when it comes to thinking of a catchy and accurate name.
Titles we can’t use:
Unwreck Your Neck
Liberate Your Neck & Shoulders
Free Your Neck
or anything you’ve already seen someone else offer…
Have an Idea?
Email me your suggested name or names. If I pick yours, you get to attend the workshop for free! (If you can’t attend this one due to schedule conflicts, then you can apply to it any other workshops in 2020)
In the meantime, here’s my good old 5 minute neck and shoulder video. Maybe it will get you inspired! I know your neck, shoulders, and wrists will thank you…
Seriously though, I think we could all use a reminder to love & appreciate the body we have. It is doing the best it can, I promise. I work with all kinds of bodies, with all levels of fitness, all day- and have for years. The human body always responds better to a positive, nurturing approach rather than negative, punitive, and impatient thoughts or feedback.
Aging, chronic pain, and the desire to change can be strong motivators, but sometimes they push us too hard. Feel free to take a moment to reset with some self-care. (need some help with this? click here)
Still Feeling Frustrated or Discouraged?
1. Make a list of all the amazing things your body does that you might be taking for granted.
2. Focus on a part of your body that feels good today.
If more than one appears, keep acknowledging them.
3. Recognize any unrealistic expectations you might be harboring and let them go! You could talk about them, write them out, or try whatever helps you see them for the nasty tricks that they are. Once you see them for the garbage that they are, it’ll be easier to throw them away.
Want to know more about how that could work for you?
Click here to connect with me.
I offer everyone a free introductory life coaching session.
It gives you a feel for what the process is like and if we might be a good fit.