Consciously Create Your 2019
Reorient your inner compass to propel your life forward in the new year.
We have an opportunity each moment, each day, each year to choose what we give our attention to and what we’re most called to create. Dedicate time and space to yourself, listen to your inner calling and discover a more enriched invitation within you.
This workshop will combine gentle movement, meditation and breathing, contemplation, and journaling so you may set your year with intention, awareness and creativity. Invite your inner artist to manifest a deeper realm of awareness and connection.
During this day we’ll visit and explore where you’ve been, where you are and where you authentically desire to go in your life. The workshop is designed to enliven your life direction for a conscious new year.
Sunday, December 30, 2018
1:00 – 4:00 PM
$55 ($65 after December 24th)
Space is limited, register today!
For questions contact Christine Morris
Christine & Steven Morris
Chris and Steven Morris have been married for 25 years, spoken together at national conferences and co-authored articles for national publications. Most important, they have thrived together in life and business for nearly 28 years.
Chris Morris is an E-RYT yoga teacher as well as a bodyworker of Rolf, SomatoEmotional and CranioSacral therapy through her private practice Opening Spaces (OpeningSpaces.com). Chris has taught yoga and centering since 2003 to kids, adults, and addiction recovery programs.
Through her own contemplative journey—writing, yoga practice, client work and teaching yoga —Chris has found lasting gifts in both intentionality and moving deeply through her own inner process.
Steven is an entrepreneur and artist. His brand strategy consultancy (theMthDegree.com) works with global clients to mine their business purpose and express it authentically and courageously. As well, Steven is an MFA-trained and experienced artist who creates mixed media paintings from his San Diego studio (StevenMorris.gallery) and is Co-Founder of the Studio (StudioLeadership.com). He has taught collegiate-level art and design since 1989.