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How often do you leave work feeling too tired to do anything other than sit in front of a TV? Do you often feel drained after interacting with some people? Most successful people know how to stay resourceful by managing their emotional and energetic states. In this month's fun and interactive presentation, Wendy Goldstein, CMT, CCHT, and NLP Master Trainer Xavier Lee will present on “Managing States”:

Wendy Goldstein will be presenting on:

Several different polarities and state breaks to help manage states. Time permitting we will also learn how to create the right affirmation to help make this shift happen and reinforce it with a creative visualization guided imagery meditation. When wanting to be in a state that is most useful in the moment; having the awareness of how you are feeling in any moment of time is key. Learn how to easily shift your state and how to create the right affirmation for yourself, so you can create the desired change in your life. Xavier Lee will be presenting on:

How to Create and Put on an Energetic Second Skin (to keep your own energy in and keep others un-resourceful energies out). Virginia Satir's Resource Wheel for amplifying states that are most useful to you in your daily life.
PRESENTERS:

Since 1988 Wendy Goldstein has been offering Massage Therapy and Hypnotherapy specializing in stress reduction, emotional healing, and regression hypnotherapy. She has a full-time practice in Danville CA. For additional information, please visit:

http://www.relaxingresults.com/hypnotherapy.html

Mr. Xavier Lee is an international leadership trainer and executive coach. Xavier is certified in Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) as a Master Trainer from NLP University, and in Wingwave (Limbic) coaching. Xavier also holds an MBA from Cornell University where he was awarded the prestigious Park Leadership Fellowship. For additional information, please visit: http://centeredleadershipinstitute.com/

PLEASE FEEL FREE TO PASS THIS INVITE TO OTHERS.

Additional Information:

There's plenty of Open Parking as there are no assigned parking.

You may want to bring something to eat/drink for yourself.

This location is wheelchair accessible.

201 Stonepine Lane, San Ramon (off of Crow Canyon) 2nd group of buildings, downstairs unit with green gate. Please use front entrance. Please remove shoes before entering, bring slippers. Thank you!