Do you sometimes catch yourself thinking critical, unloving thoughts about yourself? Are your unresourceful thoughts, beliefs and stories about yourself and the world sabotaging your success and happiness?
Imagine. What would be possible for you if you chose more useful ones?
I’m Kay Ross, a bodyworker/healer, improv performer and storyteller. Weaving together my interests and training in personal/spiritual development and healing, improvisation and storytelling, I’ve developed a concept I call “The Playground of Possibilities”.
What do I mean by that? I mean that LIFE is a Playground of Possibilities! In every moment, the Universe is offering us abundant choices, opportunities, adventures, challenges… And it’s inviting us to transform and heal the unhelpful stories we believe about ourselves and the world, decide what we want, trust that it’s possible to have it, step boldly into new ways of being, approach life with an improvisational mindset, have fun, and be open to serendipity.
So this workshop is for you if you’re:
- a heart-centred person who’s on a quest to experience more love, joy, meaning and fulfillment in your life (so that you can be the best, highest version of yourself, in service to the world)
- a coach, healer or therapist who supports other people to heal and thrive, physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually
In this jump-in-and-participate workshop, you’ll:
- examine and transform your limiting thoughts, beliefs and stories about yourself and the world
- listen to the wisdom of your body
- pay attention to the offers from the Universe
- play some co-operative improvisation games, to experiment with new, more resourceful, more joyful ways of thinking and being
- use my “The Playground of Possibilities” card deck, with 52 thought- and action-provoking questions for you to ask yourself (If you’d like to buy a deck of cards to take home, it’s just $120 on the day)
Minimum age: 15
Maximum number of participants: 15
Please wear loose, comfortable clothes and bring some water – you’ll be moving around and playing some games.
Oh, and just to reassure you, no acting or improvisation experience is required – this is not a workshop about learning to perform improv or be a comedian.