Please join us Wednesday, October 25, 7-8 pm, to explore the Anatomy of Compassion and learn some practical mindfulness, somatic and communication tools and strategies for increasing your self acceptance, self-kindness and a sense of common humanity with others.
Whenever we’re trapped in self-judgment, our first and wisest step towards freedom is to develop compassion for ourselves.
- If we’ve injured someone and are embroiled in guilt and self-recrimination, compassion for ourselves allows us to find a wise and healing way to make amends.
- If we’re drowning in grief or sorrow, arousing compassion helps us remember the love and connection in our life.
- Rather than pushing them away, we free ourselves by holding our hurting places with the unconditional tenderness of compassion
Dr. Yvette Erasmus is an internationally experienced teacher, coach and therapist. She specializes in compassion based strategies that support people in transforming relationships within themselves and between each other. You will enjoy this class as she integrates a unique blend of humor and wisdom, openness and honesty and a deep generosity of self and spirit.
Book this online just like you book a class, or call the studio and we can enroll you.