Shifting Shame 30th June and 1st, 2nd July 2017

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Shame is a dark and uneasy emotion lurking within the depths of our psyche, which when stirred, fires up a host of painful emotions and a deep and unavoidable desire to change how we feel, and thus, is a major trigger for the addictive personality.

Shame is insidious, hard to identify, awful to feel, tricky to contain and easy to pass on.

In this 3 day workshop we will focus on where we hold shame, where our family holds shame, in what areas of our lives we feel shame, and how much we mask its hold upon us with perfectionism. We will identify our core wounding.

Talking, sharing, Kundalini yoga, pranayama, meditation and frank discussion will give us a clear view of how to identify our shame, how we hold shame for others, and how we shame. No previous experience of yoga is necessary.
Tools, strategies, postures, breath and new thought concepts will all come together to give us a major leap forward on our journey towards wholeness and the ability to be present, to master the “shattered self”.
Carolyn Cowan is a therapist, Kundalini yoga teacher and trainer, long-term clean and sober and completely fascinated by shame and its hold over us. Her work with shame is kind, safe, confidential and supportive.

An easy 23 minutes from Victoria or London Bridge stations, this workshop takes place at Carolyn’s house in Sanderstead, London CR2 0HA.
9.30-5.30pm each day.
Breakfast and a vegetarian lunch is included. Please bring a yoga mat, small pillow, shawl for the relaxation and if you have any special dietary needs please make sure you bring provisions with you.

£350 for the weekend. Payment via PayPal.

Maximum 16 participants.
For more information please do email me