A Conversation About Rest

There are so many cultural beliefs about rest. While a myriad of self-help books exist around the concept of work-life balance, there is little space for a true and honest conversation about what it means to truly rest and be rested.

While many can recall the experience of restedness in our minds and bodies, social conditioning and the context of our lives can make this state feel like an elusive unicorn – something to aspire to, conceptually, but not within our reach.

We long to be rested. Let’s come together to explore this longing, to define how we relate to the idea of rest individually, and collectively, to reconnect with the experience of restedness through somatic practices, and to make space in our lives to allow for the experience of restedness.

Join me on October 25 at 7pm EST for a live Facebook group conversation about rest.

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