Self-Care: Building Trust & Creating Space for It
October 30 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
This session asks the question: what am I holding onto that is no longer serving me in this season? We will discuss what past beliefs may be hindering us from creating space to build trust and will take the opportunity to examine what needs to be added or taken away from our “backpack” of life to give us the best self-care and bring our best self to our professional and personal lives. This session is designed to give ourselves permission to grow in the discomforts of life.
“I’ve stayed curious about life possibilities, about how sitting with others holding space with them helps create space for healing to occur”. For the past 16 years Jean Loyd worked with Emma’s Place as a Youth Program Coordinator (3 years), Simpson Housing as a Youth Advocate, Family Advocate, Single Adults with mental health diagnosis (10+ years) and is currently at Lutheran Social Services as a Case Manager for the Anoka Supportive Housing programs working with singles and families who’ve been diagnosed with mental health. In 2012 she became interested in how the body can relax into a place of healing. Jean is certified in Restorative Yoga and continues to be curious about the healing of our bodies through various modalities and became certified in Energy Medicine, Thai Yoga Bodyworks Level 1 & 2 and Reiki level’s 1 & 2. She has studied abdominal massage (Chi Nei Tsang) in Thailand at Omsala School and is currently a student at CenterPoint Massage & Shiatsu Therapy School & Clinic in the East West program.