Amber Karnes, Body Positive Yoga
Heidi Bennett, Professional Certified Coach
Be your own true love and join us for this free workshop on self-compassion and self-care.
That’s totally valid. While we love the idea of expressing love to those who are special to us, the way that America approaches Valentine’s Day is mixed up. There’s so much pressure to be coupled up, be romantic, and spend money in a holiday that’s become super commercialized.
In actuality, it’s just another day on the calendar and Valentine’s Day can be whatever we want it to be.
Imagine how delightful it would be to choose mid-February as a time to increase your self-compassion and ease into soothing self-care.
Maybe you’ve resolved to make self-care a priority but still aren’t sure how to do so?
Maybe adding one more dang thing to your to-do list (even if it’s a “positive” to-do) sounds overwhelming and not at all like self-care.
Maybe you believe self-care is truly beneficial but you still feel guilty or selfish.
The truth is, you don’t need to be in a relationship to have value.
You don’t need to spend a bunch of money to participate in truly beneficial, satisfying self-care.
You don’t need to be single to have time to care for yourself or be in a couple to feel truly loved and cared for.
If it sounds nice to step away from your obligations and carve out time just for you, join us for a free, 90 minute workshop: Be Your Own True Love (a Self-Compassion Mini Retreat).
If you’re ready to become your own true love and embrace the practice of self-care, there are specific steps you can take to get started and develop a practice that can transform your mind, body, and soul.
Amber Karnes (founder of Body Positive Yoga) and Heidi Bennett (Professional Certified Coach Supporting Successful Multi-creatives) both have years of personal (and professional) experience with helping folks just like you cultivate the skill of self-compassion and create a self-care practice that feels authentic and achievable.
We’ve both helped people who are overworked, stressed, and not sure how to stop putting themselves last turn into confident folks with a strong, vibrant self-care practice that leaves them feeling better in their bodies, with less pain, less stress, and feeling more self-assured.
The best part? You can put yourself on that path today, and it’s way easier (and more fun) than you probably think it is.
We’ve got some really cool bonuses for folks who register, too, like a Radical Self-Acceptance guide (and more).
Hope to see you soon!
-Amber & Heidi