In a hyper-digitized, overstimulated and performance-crazy culture, health issues (including anxiety, panic attacks, depression, burn out),
relational conflict and other ADHD-like challenges appear to be ever rising into unprecedented levels. We are adding to our own constant
storm by resisting to pause from the busy doing.
Nevertheless, for the brave and caring, an alternative experience is available:
You may dare to take a pause from the constant busyness, slow down, re-evaluate your focus, rebalance your nervous system and
become well rested. ADHD presents the challenge of regulating the alignment between one’s intention and attention, emotions
and motor movement. The ability to pause might seem quite a giant leap out of your current comfort zone.
However, a little practiced regularly, goes a very long way in sharpening your PAUSEability skill – you’ll reap the magical rewards of inner calm
and balance, clarity and simplicity and discover countless new possibilities and choices as they start revealing themselves to you.
Why would anyone settle for anything less?
“Most peoples’ lives are run by desire and fear. Desire is the need to add something to yourself in order to be yourself more fully. All fear is the fear of losing something and thereby becoming diminished and being less. These two movements obscure the fact that Being cannot be given or taken away. Being in its fullness is already within you, Now.” Eckhart Tolle
That is my intent with offering PAUSEability™ Retreats – providing you with regular opportunities for practicing pausing
that heals body and mind and unveils the unbounded magnificent Beingness of your true nature that is accessible through
inner stillness and deep listening.
Each PAUSEability Retreat is experiential and different and will expand your self-awareness, cultivate self-acceptance and
compassion, and offer nurturing self-care practices that you may want to continue at home.
These practices includes:
- Slow and mindful movement
- Questions for personal inquiry
- Exploring stillness
- Exploring playfulness
- Breathing exercises
- Guided meditation
- Restorative Yoga
- Yoga Nidra
- The opportunity to share your experience (if you choose to)
Note that no prior yoga experience is needed to participate.