I invite you to reflect on what you can choose to let go of.

Mar 23, 2020

I’ve just returned from a leisurely lunch centered around 100 Conversations.

It’s a beautiful day, the sun is shining, I lost track of time and have come back with a renewed sense of appreciation for the presence, connection and opportunity to listen to real, honest conversation with people willing to share their unique voice on a deep, meaningful level about what self-care means to them. If you’d like to join me in person or online, I’d love to connect and have a conversation, simply choose your spot.

For those who’ve been following these posts for a while, you know that self-care and creating simple, but effective, self-care habits are incorporated in much of my writing and services including Private Yoga, Deep-Dive Immersion programs and the Renew and Recharge Retreats.

I often encourage you to think about what lights you up, what brings you joy. What small step can you take to make your life more enjoyable, meaningful and fulfilling?

Today, I invite you to reflect on what you can choose to let go of.

What unhealthy habits and attachments are holding you back from living your best life?

James Clear defines habits as small decisions you make and actions you perform every day. He points out that your life today is essentially a sum of your habits.

When we find ourselves driven by our family, work and life commitments, somewhere along the line our well-intentioned healthy habits get buried under endless To-Do lists. We may find ourselves relying on unhealthy support systems to keep us going.

Many of us are unconsciously dependent on buffers in our daily lives that help us to get through the tough times. Without realizing, we may even use them as a way to tolerate what we shouldn’t be tolerating.

You are not alone.

Having a support system in place can have a profoundly positive effect on achieving self-care breakthroughs.

This is an invitation to a new FREE group community that I’m creating, here in Luzern and online.

Recovery Sharing Circle for Women

Recovery Sharing Circle for Women provides a supportive, non-judgemental space and community where women can come together and connect in seeking a healthier lifestyle.

This new facilitated group is for women who are in or seeking recovery in all areas of life and have a common desire to explore and learn, listen more deeply to themselves and others, share experiences and resources as well as have the opportunity to find and use their voice.

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Karen Kurzmeyer
Private/group/corporate yoga teacher. Helping busy professionals prioritise health & wellbeing through yoga.

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