Explore the Classes
An integrated holistic-all is one curriculum that explores, experiences and expands our conscious awareness of our inner world to develop essential tools that foster a more resilient, connected, compassionate and integrated self using practices such as journaling, mindfulness, parts work (IFS techniques), movement and art.
Inner Reflection Capacity
Building a healthy rapport with our inner ecology (conscious/unconscious beliefs, patterns, programs and thoughts) through reflective practices such as journaling, mindfulness, movement and meditation.
Exploring and establishing Enoughness; a safe, nurturing and accepting space within ourselves to effectively consciously attune to our psychology while learning to intuitively read our system.
Develop self empowerment, a strength of spirit and clarity through the exploration of universal laws such as Enoughness, All is one, Unbiased/Non Dualistic Love.
Creative & Resourceful
Transforming psychological, and spiritual limitations through imaginative and artistic practices to consciously co-create new possibilities as our whole selves.
Meeting Our Current World
We are living in an environment where our systems are asked to manage large amounts of information traveling at the speed of the internet while dealing with unknown factors such as a world pandemic, racial and political uprising, and a global environmental crisis. Though these forces are unseen, we are under their influence everyday, as I have seen and worked to manage within myself and my two children. My goal with inner curriculum is to:
- To better prepare ourselves to work through traumas, fears, and challenges
- To be able to connect to their purpose and dreams
- Breaking down limiting belief structures, old patterns and habits
- Co create health-filled wellness on the mental, emotional, physical and spiritual levels
- What one does to the self, does to the whole – we are a global community
- Developing inner awareness sets one free of self imposed limitations and has the power to heal
- Self-empowerment comes from an inner source of compassion, humility and awareness
The innerworld world is made up of our mental, emotional and spiritual experiences. What we believe has a powerful effect in our everyday world. For example, if one holds the belief that they are not good at making friends, that one belief has the power to severely limit their ability to socialize and connect with others in an empowered place of equality. They will more than likely set themselves up to be less than another. A judgemental system then is created where one decides internally their status rank. This then can cause a lot of pain for the holder of this belief and subsequently inflict pain outside of them as well.
This practice is designed to develop awareness of limiting and harmful beliefs from a place of self-kindness that we are unconsciously operating from. Once we bring it up to our consciousness we can then lovingly meet that part of ourselves and develop a new relationship to it. When we have the opportunity to see how our parts operate from past pain we can then have more awareness and capacity for compassion for others. From here we begin to develop an inner resilience through our reflective, mindful, IFS and art practices that give us more room to create in new ways.