Thursdays, June 20-August 1
(skipping July 4)
Radical Healing CASA (2003 Chapel Hill Road, Durham)
Join me for a six-week series on deepening your most important relationship, the one you have with yourself.
The class will include mindfulness instruction, self-compassion meditations, values clarification, creative writing, and gentle body movement. These practices will draw from yoga, mindfulness research, attachment theory, and contemporary neuroscience.
Cost: $120 for six sessions. Early bird rate: $100 if registered before June 6th. Sliding scale and barter available upon request.
Attendance at all classes is encouraged but drop-in rates are available.
Register here http://bit.ly/befriendyourself
or email me at email@example.com
I am qualified to teach the Koru Mindfulness curriculum. Koru Mindfulness® is an evidence-based curriculum designed for teaching mindfulness, meditation, and stress management to college students and other young adults, but is appropriate for all stages of life. A randomized, controlled trial of Koru showed that participants improved their mindfulness, got better sleep, had greater self-compassion, and reported feeling more calm. In Koru, you'll receive support from a seasoned teacher and peers as you learn how to meditate and how to bring mindfulness into your daily life.
“Koru” is the New Zealand Māori word for the spiral shape of the unfurling fern frond. The word literally means “looped” or “spiraled”, but the shape symbolizes harmony or balanced growth, representing layered growth around around a stable center.
"I had no intention of liking this class, and I ended up loving it."
"Class discussions felt very open and safe."
"I've been to many classes, retreats, etc. and found her tone, precision, and conciseness easy to understand and digest."
"As a result of this class I have begun to cultivate more intentional mindful/meditative time as a practice and not just as a coping tool."
"I will try to slow down and enjoy the moments as a result of this class."
"Katrina gave helpful direction to the group's disparate needs and experiences."
"Katrina doesn't take herself too seriously and gives great feedback."
"Katrina is nonjudgmental, accepting, caring, and appreciates skepticism."