Do you feel like you are in uncharted territory? The recent health scare causing you to reassess your priorities? In addition, have you recently retired, relocated, divorced, lost a job, a partner or a sense of purpose? No matter what the circumstances were, here you are now; at the crossroads, with choices to make. Now What?
THIS IS A FREE INTRODUCTORY CLASS
"Now What?" - science, art, and wisdom for a fresh start
3:00 - 5:00 pm, Monday, March 30
Join Zoom Meeting Go to: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/7860507741 Meeting ID: 786 050 7741 If you are new to Zoom please contact Roke to help you set it up.
RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org or 510.681.9740
Join over Zoom to pick up some new perspectives on facing uncharted territory, sow the seeds during this pause to reap the benefits when the time comes to move ahead. Learn about "Now What?" - an explorative interdisciplinary group class for women starting on Monday April 6. Meet other women who want to navigate through the emotions and stumbling blocks that come up with life changes to create the path forward. Share your challenges in a safe and nonjudgemental space.
"Now What?" is an interdisciplinary program, facilitated by Roke Noir, that holds space for your explorative journey and offers tools and strategies you need to create your roadmap. You will walk out with more clarity, confidence, and resources; with an expanded perspective on living your life fully, inspired to move ahead. Click Here for Program Details.
Registration is Open for Spring Session. First class is on Monday April 6.
"Most of us feel lost when faced with the new. Whether a life change happened by choice or chance it’s common to feel stumped. When I left my high-tech job, not knowing what was next, I remember being overwhelmed with fear, confusion, grief, anxiety, and more. I could not see clearly, forget planning for anything. This program has grown from my desire to help those in the same boat - the process of transitioning from one phase of life to the next. Specially because now I know it is a skill-set that can be learned and used to make it easier."