Saturday, February 23, 2019 / 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Empower Your Life Workshop
with Susan Weinschenk, Ph.D.
Create your life the way you want it to be, using the latest research on brain science. In this workshop you will learn practical methods to transform different areas of your life, including relationships, health, and money.
More than just positive thinking, or stock affirmations, the techniques you will learn are based on the science of how your brain works. Recent research on the science behind creativity, habit formation, and unconscious mental processing shows that how we think, what we say to ourselves, and what we visualize about the past and future have a significant influence on our point of view, our behavior, and how we react to opportunities that come our way.
In this workshop you will learn specific techniques and practice them in the workshop to work WITH your brain instead of against it. When the workshop is finished you will have a clear blueprint for how to change and empower your life to be more of what you want it to be. You will have started the change process and take home practical activities to continue with on your own.
Please bring with you a notebook or pad of paper, either lined or unlined, whichever you prefer.
Lunch break will be from noon to 12:45. Bring your lunch with you to eat at the studio or pick it up from an area restaurant.
Susan Weinschenk is a behavioral scientist with a Ph.D. in Psychology. She is the author of several books on brain and behavioral science, the Chief Behavioral Scientist at The Team W, Inc. and an Adjunct Professor at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point. Susan has been practicing yoga and meditation for several decades, and Mindfulness meditation specifically for 7 years. She teaches workshops and presents keynotes on brain science and human behavior around the world, and locally has previously taught meditation and reiki classes at UW Marathon and UW Marshfield continuing education programs. Dr. Weinschenk writes a blog at Medium.com and is a regular columnist for Psychology Today Magazine online.
Price is $80. Early bird price $70, deadline February 15, 2019.
Bring your lunch with you to eat at the studio or pick it up from an area restaurant.
Register by February 15, 2019.FOR MORE INFORMATION
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