Do you feel a bit too much like a sponge out in the world or at home? Having a huge heart while also keeping grounded in our own emotional needs, safety, wisdom and self compassion requires a level of body intelligence many of us haven’t yet been taught to harness.
IF YOU CAN’T TUNE IN LIVE, YOU WILL RECEIVE A LINK TO THE RECORDED VERSION WITHIN 24 HOURS AND CAN DOWNLOAD THE WEBINARS AND KEEP THEM FOREVER.
COST $97 + tax
Wednesdays at 7PM - 745PM EST
June 12, 19, 26, and July 3
In this four part course, Jane will walk you through the basic subtle body and nervous system regulation tools you can use anywhere so that you can start to have choice about what you let in, what you choose to feel coming from other people and how to use your inner GPS to better attune to your own emotional needs and safety in the world. She will also bravely tackle how spiritual bypassing often runs in direct conflict with healthier emotional boundaries.
You will also learn many strength focused mindful movement and embodied meditation tools that will increase your ability to hold healthier more sustainable emotional and energetic boundaries.
Things you will learn about:
1) How higher levels of neuroception can feel more like a superpower than something that drains us.
2) How childhood trauma or attachment deficits can make energetic boundaries more difficult and also make us much more oriented to what other people are feeling in their bodies vs. what we are feeling.
3) How we idealize empathy in our society yet lose the ability to discern between wise compassion vs. stupid compassion.
4) How your own interoception and ability to ground your own subtle body energy is absolutely key as an empath.
Jane has completed master level Reiki training in addition to many other movement and mindfulness trainings that she curated for herself in part to help her work as an empathic coach in a more sustainable, heart full and healthy way. She bring a trauma inclusive and nervous system informed lens to her boundary coaching and teaching while also bringing in a complex understanding of the intersection of consent, codependence and resilience as they exist in our bodies.