– Do you have a need to be liked?
– Do you have a fear of hurting others?
– When you express your anger are you overcome by guilt?
If you answer yes to even one of these questions, then this Radical Aliveness and Core Energetics workshop is for you. We’re creating a safe and sacred space for you to feel and bring your anger and find the gifts that it has for you.
In this workshop you’ll:
– Discover more about what’s behind your anger
– Release tension that’s been created by anger suppressing
– Beat the shit out of inanimate objects (if you want to!)
There is a wisdom in your anger. Sometimes it’s about a boundary been violated and it’s important for you to say no. Other times it’s a clue about something that happened in your past and still needs healing.
When you explore, feel and release your anger you’ll access so much of your life force, you’ll feel more awake and alive and you access more of the wisdom from the wise part of you.
Sat, July 6th, 2:30 – 5:30 pm
151 Sterling Rd, Studio 4
Tickets: $40 (Buy here!)
About the Facilitators
Richard Kwan, Radical Aliveness Practitioner
Richard Kwan is a Radical Aliveness and Chinese Medicine Practitioner, Educator, Martial Artist, Taiji Qigong Instructor and Dancer. His passion is in conscious evolution and soul healing practices.
Bryn Bamber, Emotional Body Work Facilitator
Bryn lived for years as a sensitive perfectionist with anxiety coursing through my veins and through Core Energetics sessions she began to find the root cause of why she’s so anxious and take steps to drastically reduce my suffering.
This work made such a big impact on her life, she decided to go back to school and get certified because she knows that it works and she absolutely loves sharing it with others. Core Energetics brings together the experiences of your childhood with the wisdom of your mind to facilitate the healing process.
Her other training includes CranioSacral, Hatha Yoga and Kundalini & Dreams Teacher. Her writing about the path to healing has been featured on Tiny Buddha, Introvert, Dear and the Yasodhara Ashram Blog.