Enhancing Your Mindfulness Practice

Posted By : Tina Heathers on October 4, 2017

This workshop reviews Mindfulness Meditation and its daily application.

We will discuss how your practice is going, what you could do to help yourself get more solid with Mindfulness and all the wonderful benefits it can bring into your life.

 

Don’t give up, if you stick with Mindfulness it will increase your relaxation, peace of mind, clarity,  general happiness and well-being.

 

Everyone welcome

The workshop is held at Nature’s Echoes, Wellness Center and Gift Shop
 
Address: 4198 Line 61, Milverton, ON N0K 1M0
Phone: (519) 595-4956

 

Space is limited.  You must pre-register.

To register email Krista Bohart  krista.boshart@boshart.com

  • Thursday October 19th  from 7 pm to 9 pm
  • Cost is $35.00 a person
  • “Tina has a vast knowledge of Universal Wisdom and is able to share it in ways that are non-threatening yet engaging, gentle yet firm, 'out-there' yet grounded.  One of the greatest paths to Universal Wisdom is the path of meditation.  Charting this path creatively, Tina has the ability to lead me into the fields of my imagination where lavish gifts are bestowed upon my soul. " 

    Susan Mcleod, Guelph ON
  • Taking a course from Tina Heathers is an experience and education in itself. Her style is unique and entertaining, but more then that, she delivers!Alison Lobb, Clinton, Ontario
  • Thank you for your amazing insight.  You have a wonderful energy!Jill, Brantford, Ontario
  •  “Meditation with Tina is always an enlightening & rejuvenating experience.  Her calm presence & gentle approach to meditation offers relaxation and insight.  Guided by her wisdom & knowledge beginning mediators will feel immediately confident & successful; experienced mediators gain access to deeper levels of knowing. "

    Trish Scott, Guelph, ON, Canada
  • Tina's meditation classes have helped me learn to reliably reduce stress. Her low-anxiety approach can give surprising insights that identify and help me remove those self-imposed roadblocks to better living."

    Doug Hocking, Exeter Ontario