Roses, Thorns, and Sledge Hammers – Self-Care and Self-Love in Stress-Filled Times
Two-thirds into 2022 and at the beginning of the academic year, give yourself the gift of spending two hours to breathe freely in the company of others who also desire to flourish rather than merely cope. How can we enjoy the roses, avoid the thorns, disarm the sledge hammers in our life? In our time together, we will explore and practice techniques and exercises that will enhance self love and compassion, increase mindfulness, and reduce the impact of stress. No prior experience necessary. Come as you are and engage as much as is comfortable.
PRESENTER: Heidi Kempt Chew has been an English as a Second Language (ESL) professional for two decades, teaching academic courses as well as community/refugee classes. In addition, she has been as cross-cultural trainer conducting workshops for the International Student Services at the Case Western Reserve University and training volunteers working with international student groups at Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland State University. Heidi holds Masters Degrees in Theology, Journalism, and in Curriculum and Instruction-ESL. Her Ph.D. is in Secondary Education-ESL and Cross-Cultural Training.
Friday October 14, 2022 @ 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST