If you’re a coach, trainer, teacher, parent, or any other type of space-holder, your primary job is to create the space that facilitates successful outcomes for your clients or students. Here’s an example of how to do this in a trauma-informed way.
In a world that tells us to push through what’s uncomfortable, Yin yoga invites us to go within, stay with it, and notice how it changes. This is the practice you need right now.
It would be nice if everything was black and white, and if we could feel only one emotion at a time. But that’s not how life works. To avoid getting caught in reactivity, leaders need to cultivate this essential skill that allows for taking aligned action.
When the world is in chaos and your to-do list is looming, it’s easy to think that self-care is a selfish indulgence. In fact, its precisely in these situations where self-care is more essential than ever.
The term “holding space” can feel amorphous. Here are 5 tactical ways to hold space for another person’s emotions, and 3 things not to do.
Welcome to Week 2 of the Tree of Life journey. If you struggle with schedules, boundaries, and creating space for your work, this week is for you.
A 30-day challenge is easy. The real challenge arises when it comes to sustaining your generosity and love over the long term, without burning out.