Keeping Your Senses
There is no parent who hasn’t had some fear come up that brings to question the future of their child’s life. I liked to bury these thoughts and not think
There is no parent who hasn’t had some fear come up that brings to question the future of their child’s life. I liked to bury these thoughts and not think of them until one day I had to face them. I had to make a decision for my child’s future life. It was terrifying and all consuming. The experience gave me mad respect for parents embarking on continual health stresses related to their kids. It brought me to a space of needing to offer assistance. How do I help others stay within a self-cared state so they don’t lose themselves on a journey to heal another. My personal journey was for my child, but this is for everyone. How can all people keep their senses during traumatic times?
1. I learned through my studies in Ayurveda how to apply Sensory Practices to stay grounded and in my body. I learned to keep calm and take care of me first so I could care for the situations out of my control with as much grace and trust as I could.
2. I allowed knowledge from others with experience to do what they do best and take the load off me so I could focus on what was important and it saved my sanity (YANA Comox Valley).
Whether you are embarking on a journey with a sick child or with healthy children, yourself or a loved one, wellness is a tool you all have the right to. You deserve to have every self care tool in your life’s tool box. There is no age or situation limited to a deep abundance of self care.
I will be sharing my story and practices at The House of Now. Giving others knowledge and habits for strength, confidence and thrive for any of life’s tests. There are tip sheets and “in the moment” practices to take away with you. Goodness is contagious. You can do these practices with your loved ones and you will feel deeper connectivity, self love and ease in mind, body and spirit. Together. Priceless! Let’s make each others lives as easy as possible.
Suggested donation $10 with all proceeds going to YANA Comox Valley. Children welcome.
(Wednesday) 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Wise Owl Yoga & Ayurvedic Wellness
536 5th Street