Let’s reclaim the practice of discipline as self-empowering versus self-punishing.
We'll take time to reflect on the first half of the year, clarify intentions worth committing to for
the rest of the year, create discipline charts to anchor into those commitments with the help
of accountability in community, and practice embodying our most disciplined selves
386 19th St.
The workshop agenda is:
Introductions and intentions of this workshop
Check-ins in circle
Education on empowered discipline, motivation and self-care
Visualization meditations to clarify your intentions
Expressive writing on commitment clarification
Crafting our discipline charts with provided art materials
Embodiment exercise to posture our most disciplined selves
Bring if you can:
A yoga mat
This workshop is open to all self-identified women, thank you for honoring this safe space.
Ticket $35 | on sale until Friday, 7/19 @ 6pm
Chetna is a mixed media artist and creative wellness consultant. She's passionate about the power and healing of creative expression. Themes in her art, study and life include psychological reflection, affirmations, shadows, self-care and self-empowerment, motivation, collective consciousness and oneness with Mother Earth.
She has a Master's in Counseling Psychology from the Wright Institute in Berkeley. She's facilitated creative workshops in academic-based contexts with adolescents and young adults, and with multigenerational and multicultural adults in intimate retreat and studio settings.