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To register and for more information contact:  centerathealing@aol.com

 


 

Talk: “The highly sensitive person: how you can thrive through contemplative practice” with Felicitas Kusch-Lango
When
: April 6 and May 18, 2017 @ 7.00 – 8.00pm ( No Charge)
Where: Yoga Parkside, 2 Wallace ave, Buffalo, NY 14214 www.yogaparkside.com

To register and for more information contact: centerathealing@aol.com

 


Presentations:

For your school, business, wellness week, organizations interested in educating their staff and population about resources to create more balance in their lives: Contact Felicitas@malaspace.com to book a talk.

 

“Why we need a contemplative practice to cultivate balance in the age of virtual interconnection” is a motivational lecture suited for wellness weeks or days in your organization to inspire everyone to commit to a daily contemplative practice. This talk includes experiential exercises, and a Q& A period and is presented as a power point.

Subjects covered:

What are contemplative practices and how can they be used to live a more intentional and balanced life:
– What physical and mental states have we lost access to by being always connected virtually?
– How does ” imbalance” manifest?
– What are the steps that are needed to catch up with the changes in our communication and environment?

This lecture can be presented on it ‘s own or in combination with a segment that targets a specific audience:
• Highly sensitive person as defined by Dr Orin
• Parents of special needs children
• Educators

 

The biological and genetic trait of “high sensitivity” as defined by Dr Orin. How contemplative practices are effective tools for a highly sensitive person to thrive and counterpoint a general culture of speed and overstimulation.”
A talk that explains the trait of “high sensitivity” and how to manage it’s specific challenges with contemplative practices:
– What makes you “highly sensitive”?
– How does this trait affect your daily life and your relationships?
– What changes can you make once you know that you are “highly sensitive”?
– Why is being highly sensitive a challenge and a blessing at the same time?
– How can contemplative practices be a precious resource for the “highly sensitive person”?

 


Past Presentations: Erie County Employees, Rath Building, Buffalo – Samuel & Son, Lancaster, NY –  Praxair, Tonawanda,NY.

To book a talk contact: Felicitas@malaspace.com

“We were thrilled that you were able to come and share all that great knowledge with everyone. We have already received many positive comments, including that you were the best speaker they have ever seen and heard at these events!”

Jaime, Co-chair for Wellness week at Praxair

 

 

 

Do not try to save the whole world or do anything grandiose.
Instead, create a clearing in the dense forest of your life
 and wait there patiently, 
until the song that is your life
 falls into your own cupped hands
 and you recognize and greet it.
 Only then will you know how to give yourself
 to this world
 so worthy of rescue. ~ Martha Postlewaite