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Presence Building Bootcamp

Sun, Feb 12


Green Room Yoga

Presence Building Bootcamp

Embodied practice: yoga asana, breath, meditation, conversation.

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Time & Location

Feb 12, 1:00 p.m. PST – Feb 13, 4:30 p.m. PST

Green Room Yoga, 2645 E Hastings St, Vancouver, BC V5K 1Z6, Canada

About the event

Think about last time you watched a sunset. Or looked up at the full moon on your drive home. Or when you caught the smiling eyes of a baby on the bus or at the cafe. Think about a time you felt like you just had to pause, pull over, slow down and take something in – this is you in a field of presence.

So what happens when we aren’t attending to our capacity to ‘be with’ ourselves and others in this way? What happens when we spend our days strategizing, controlling, narrating and scheduling all of our experiences instead? And what happens when we aren’t consciously cultivating our ability to evoke a field presence for others to feel welcome, safe and listened to inside of?

I think you already know.

We end up feeling like a disembodied head ‘zoom-ing’ through every appointment and meeting disconnected to a source of energy and motivation greater than ourselves. We become overwhelmed, shut down and reactive. Consequently, instead of drawing the love, connection and opportunity we want to us, we unconsciously repel it.

So how do we build the power of our presence and magnetize greater level of wholeness in ourselves and in our relationships?

Well, at Presence Building Bootcamp of course!

Seriously. I mean it.

Because I believe the single most effective way to build presence is through connecting to our bodies. Why? Because it’s through our bodily senses that we perceive and experience what’s actually happening and become present.


Join me on, Feb 12th 1:00 - 4:30 at Green Room Yoga and give yourself the opportunity to explore through serious PLAY – through yoga asana, breath, embodied meditation, conversation and more, what it is to create a field of presence and how, with our attention itself, we can evoke an experience of connection and wholeness inside of all that we do.

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