If you have been feeling a bit flat or struggling with your relationship, here are two courses for you!
Reconnect your Relationship: If you want to put the sparkle back into your relationship I want to share with women an audio programme I have recently purchased.
There are some awesome tips:
* How to give him space so he can come towards you
* Why men move away from us
* Love yourself first!
* Dealing with the nasty voice that sabbotages your relationship and potential in life
* Getting your sparkle back - how to get into your happy place
The workshop is on Saturday the 11th May in Nelson.
Contact Elayne for further information firstname.lastname@example.org
Womens chi kung weekly classes start in Nelson on Thursday the 8th May and run through the whole of term two. These excercises strengthen the pelivic floor, reduce lower back pain, improve your menstrual cycle, improve breast health, increase your energy levels and vitality, reduce stress and balance your libido. The excercises are simple and easy to learn.
Bookings are essential as spaces are limited.
For further information or to book in click here.
Isn’t that interesting? Yes we invest alot of energy into being sick and gaining what we need out of it. Sometimes its worth exploring what are the benefits of being sick – attention, love, touch. What would it take to invest our energy into being well and also ensuring we get what we need like love and touch and attention in other ways? So put your focus on being well. Instead of saying “can’t do anything” say “I can drink lemon juice first thing in the morning so my digestion works better”. Instead of saying "Im lazy", say "I’ll do 5 minutes of chi kung". Instead of eating the wrong foods and feel bad, choose the right ones and feel good. We put alot of energy into saying I cant because when we don’t do the right thing we are actually holding ourselves back from growing and experiencing the good life. Its tiring ignoring our inner voice all the time. When we do what our body asks of us it feels happy. The energy taken in holding ourselves back becomes available for moving forward. Do the right thing for you.
So often we know what to do for ourselves, we just choose not to do it. Stubborness doesn't serve us.
Elayne Lane is an instructor of the Universal Healing Tao. She has been teaching and doing bodywork in excess of 20 years.