This group is for all women interested in learning skills and tools to establish or enrich self care practices for better health and peace of mind.
Research supports self-care. For busy women this is a necessity, it improves our health and allows us to bring our best self to our purpose.
Self Care Circles and Classes are designed to help you integrate and maintain self care practices in your busy life.
A Self Care for Women participant said: "Autumn made me feel so welcome and comfortable in my own skin. She allowed me to be myself and offered me so many tools as well as sharing her wisdom." - h z m
Event topics: self compassion, healthy boundaries, stress reduction, nourishing vs. depleting inputs, higher power and mindfulness, our passion and purpose, time and prioritizing, creating and maintaining self care habits, practical tips, tools and resources for success.
Learn how to create and implement a customized Self Care Plan with practical tools and resources to bring your best self to 2020!
New year's resolutions can be difficult to stick with so why not try a different approach? This self care program addresses common limiting beliefs about self care and utilizes self-care as a foundation to prevent stress and improve wellbeing. Learn skills and tools to overcome common challenges such as boundary setting, overwork, giving too much, finding time for self care and more...
Through a visual, verbal, kinesthetic and interactive experience, we will learn practical techniques to take better care of ourselves in 2020 to enjoy more;
- Improved quality of life
- Energy and vitality
- Peace of mind
There will be special giveaways and gift certificates available to purchase.
Please RSVP, and YES your friends are welcome!
Event is free for NAACP members or $25 for the public.
Public - Pre-registration is recommended:
Cash or Card accepted at the door, but you must arrive at least 15 minutes early to register.
NAACP Members - please email Cynthia Harris to register:
Presented by Autumn Louise Schaefer, CCH, CHC, RM in partnership with Dr. Cynthia Viola Harris of CVH Events Foundation and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.