Workshop: Self-care for the overworked and overwhelmed

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Thursday, May 2, 2019 from 7-9 pm at The Creativity Loft 1539 NE 177th St, #Suite D, Shoreline 98155.

Whether you're a hard-working professional or a primary caregiver (or both!), work-life balance and personal wellness are paramount to preventing burnout. As women, we tend to give a lot to others, and we do it well. Until sometimes we just can't do it anymore. Continuing to show up as our best selves and contribute requires prioritizing self-care and making conscious choices about the kind of lifestyle we want to lead.

This interactive workshop is an invitation to take a mindful pause and explore creative self-care rituals that you can easily integrate into your busy week. Join us as we reflect on our personal, professional, and family lives, and get clear on simple, joyful changes we can make to navigate life's ups and downs with resilience. Discover ways to connect, replenish + thrive while balancing self-care with other-care.

Also included: Aromatherapy foot soak, Guided meditation, Hand-curated self-care songlist, Healthy, delicious snacks, Tea, coffee, and water

Event hosts

Kristen Jawad
BodyMind Coach, Massage Therapist and Owner of Women’s Wellness Studio
Kristen Jawad is dedicated to cultivating radiant well-being through traditional bodywork therapies and transformational life coaching. She uses The BodyMind coaching model to support her clients on a deeper level.

Sara McArdle
Whole Person Certified Coach, Career Change Agent
Sara coaches women to care for themselves by choosing a professional path that energizes and delights them, and aligns with their most deeply-held personal values.

Tickets are $25 and can be purchased on Eventbrite

Workshop will be held at the lovely Creativity Loft in Shoreline. There are seven parking spots in front of the building, as well as street parking in front of houses and apartment buildings farther east down 177th Street. Entrance is through the middle door and up the stairs on the left.


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