Workshop van 1 dag, Antwerpen
Around the world, people are finding themselves increasingly stressed at work and home, especially in the past two years of COVID and recent global economic turmoil. Many individuals are struggling with lifestyle transitions; they have difficulty focusing while adjusting to rapidly changing conditions. They are dealing with uncertainty, heightened stress, anxiety, and trying to maintain work-life balance—and relationships. Faced with these issues, how can they gain a fresh perspective and step into a state of flow?
My approach as a transitions guide, combining years of experience as a life coach, mindfulness teacher and researcher, centers on helping people restore balance in their lives, by creating better conditions for focusing on what is essential, thus relieving stress during lifestyle transitions.
Through gentle inquiry we work together in small groups to explore situations that invoke more awareness and meaning, to identify instances of flow in people’s lives, and reveal the deeper meaning that it brings. This heartfelt approach helps ground individuals in their sense of self-worth, which in turn shifts (and lifts) their perspective in all important areas: careers, professional identity, personal relationships, health and wellbeing, and spirituality.
This full-day, interactive workshop in Antwerp provides tools to strengthen your journey towards finding your flow during challenging life transitions. It will focus on self-expression through contemplative practices such as mindful speaking and listening, deep reflection, artistic expression, journaling, group discussion, movement, and nature appreciation.
Come prepared for a memorable, transformative experience.
Bring a pen, notebook, scissors, glue stick, old magazines with pictures in them, and any ideas or questions about transitions or flow that you may have.
Prerequisites: a working knowledge of English (although you may speak in Dutch during the workshop when working in pairs or small groups). Anne speaks Dutch however the workshop will be in English.
Instructor: Anne Randerson, Ph.D., has been a business coach, consultant, and trainer since 2007, and refers to herself as a transitions guide. A former university lecturer and researcher in mindfulness, contemplative practices, intercultural communication, and global studies, she is also a creative writing teacher: www.crossculturalhorizons.com
An integral part of Anne’s teaching and life philosophy: “slowing down to take the time to appreciate the little things in life. Focusing on what’s present, right now, helps foster healing and personal growth. By connecting with my inner essence, through daily meditation, nature walks, art expression, journaling, etc., I seek my internal source of energy and resilience—my flow in life. Appreciating my surroundings and a higher source of inspiration—along with people, plants, and animals—helps guide me toward my unique path as each day unfolds and I fulfil my mission on this planet. I continually strive to be happy, and humble, and share my joy of teaching with others.”
“The conversation with Anne about flow came at a very interesting time, while in the midst of a big transition (international move). While preparing for the move and with a ton of things to do, through this conversation I was reminded of how important flow is and how everything just becomes smooth sailing for me when I find this flow. And I now know what I need to do to achieve flow.”
“One thing about knowing your flow is the peace of mind that follows. It’s liberating being sure of the next step. Every setback becomes an opportunity. Every challenge something one actually looks forward to. It’s unbelievably crazy good.”
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