Relax, release, let go, and open up to a life that overflows with balance, health, happiness and abundance. This is the promise of the Transpersonal Psychology Centre, through its one-day Stress Management Intensive workshop, this Sunday 18th October, 2013 from 9am – 3pm.
Entitled “The Homeostasis Process”, the workshop uses an amalgamation of proven transpersonal techniques, therapeutic processes and cognitive interventions to delve deep into the subconscious mind. This facilitates the release of the deepest stresses from the nervous system so that healing can take place.
Tessa Anthia John, who developed the process and guides the sessions, is a Psychologist, Psychotherapist, Professional Counsellor, Life Coach, Psychology Lecturer and Meditation Teacher.
This workshop follows a similar one held earlier this month, which John says was very successful. She says, “Persons really felt their daily stresses just melt off their shoulders due to the unique processes that I used. They were also able to go home with some tools that they can use in order to keep that stress off.”
This Sunday’s session will be held at the Transpersonal Psychology Centre, Bonne Cachille #6 Alfiona Plaza (upstairs Valmont), Rodney Bay. To reserve your spot for this event you can register by calling 719-2755 or 287-0193. You can also register online at www.transpersonalpsychologycentre.com or send an e-mail to: email@example.com.
The package includes the full day Homeostasis Process workshop, another 3 hour group follow-up session approximately 2 weeks after that initial workshop, as well as a one hour one-on-one (individual) therapy session. In the intensive workshop session you will:
• Learn techniques to help you heal yourself and open you up to new possibilities
• Release all toxic energy in the form of thoughts, feelings and emotions that no longer serve you
• Consistently make decisions for your highest good and in order to achieve your life’s purpose
• Achieve greater inner peace and joy.
Spaces are limited and interested persons are encouraged to contact the Transpersonal Psychology Centre at the earliest.