URBAN YQR RETREAT
URBAN YQR RETREAT
Maximum 6 participants
*Private bookings upon request
Let's call a spade a spade. Mom rage is real. It's valid and it can come on fast.
Before kids maybe you told yourself things like:
"I got this"
"I will NEVER let my kids do that"
"I will not be one of 'those' parents"
AND NOW: You find yourself yelling things like:
"If you do that one more time..."
"For the love of ___, sit down and EAT"
"Don't make me turn this van around"
YOUR RETREAT, YOUR WAY
FOUR hours of retreat inspiration
Discussion anger & what you can do about it
Pause and notice the rhythm of our breath
Sit with your uncomfortable feelings of anger, how they manifest and what you’d like to do to change it
Notice the ways you are triggered by your children (YES, this happens and it’s ok, you’re here, being human and I bet you’re already curious about possible solutions)
Be curious about what you need
Discover yourself through mindfulness, see the benefits and give yourself permission to practice techniques
Connecting….lots of connecting, connecting with yourself, others
Open & Non-judgemental conversation
Intimate setting (6 participants total)
FACILITATED BY: Kayla Huszar, BSW, RSW
LOCATION: 400 - 1118 Broad St (stair access only)
Who is this retreat for?
YOU! Anyone. Everyone. If you’re feeling bogged down with duties and responsibilities and you want a place to play, a place to have some fun and a place to feel grounded & balanced again. You will be recharged and rejuvenated by diving into the bottomless well of your own creative energies. You will be supported to reclaim your personal courage. You will develop greater trust in your intuition, your inner guidance and your authenticity.
Do I have to be "good" at art?
First things first, "good" is a matter of opinion and here "opinions" are not part of the process. I personally guarantee that you and your creativity will feel embraced and validated. Your personal expression will be encouraged to bloom, blossom and grow like some wild beautiful prairie crisium!
Do I have to have experience with meditation?
No, this is not the Eat, Pray Love version where you sit in robes and meditate in silence for hours. This is the kind of meditation that flows, is easy and most importantly short.