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Being human takes practice

Well, it's been a while!  My last newsletter went out just about a year ago.  Nearly a year has passed since life took a major global turn, affecting each of us in unique ways.  I sincerely hope you are doing well.

I am guessing much like you, I have been in a pattern of learning, adjusting, coping and living in a different world.  Some of it has been joyful and welcomed, some of it has made me want to fall asleep and wake up "when it's over".  If you recall my last message to you, I passionately put out the reminder that although we don't have cont
rol over our circumstances, we most definitely have a large degree of influence over how we respond to and experience the conditions and causes of life.  

We are going to pick up right where we left off.  With solid science-backed strategies to help you practice well-being, connection and resilience - the essence of humanity.  Well-being is a skill that is no different than learning how to play the guitar. The more you practice it, the stronger you will get at it and the more resilient you will become. Thanks to neuroplasticity (the brain's capacity to change with experiences) and other fascinating systems in the body, you have a significant influence over how your brain, mind and body work together to support you - on both good and hard days,  Hence, the phrase being human takes practice.  And what we practice matters!

For now I simply wanted to let you know that you can look forward to a monthly Adventures in Well-being email from me with encouragement, resources and challenges to help you with your own practice of being human and to support others in theirs.  Feel free to take this time to pass this email along to others who might enjoy being a part of the adventure (subscribe here).  This is also a good time to unsubscribe if you already get enough wellness goodness to your inbox (no hard feelings!).  The newsletter will be delivered near the end of each month and will include updates on classes and events offered.

Speaking of classes and events....


I am excited to continue expanding my work outside the therapy office with more community offerings.  For the month of April, I will be leading a Community Mindfulness & Meditation group at my home yoga studio (CodaYoga).  This group is open to the public and will be offered freely as a generosity-based model, in which participants give what they can when they can.  Please know that your participation is already a radical act of generosity.
I am thrilled to partner with
Hope Street Ministry with proceeds benefiting their Shechem project.  Newbies to seasoned practitioners welcome!  Space is limited.  Click the link below to learn more and to register.
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