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how we winter
The new year started on January 1st, 2024. We made resolutions and said "new year new me"! Did you know that the majority of resolutions fall off after just 3 months? Why is this? Maybe it is because we are attempting to change ourselves and our habits in the dead of winter. A time when the world is blanketed in snow and a soft stillness lies over everything. In Chinese medicine winter is a time of rest and spring is the time of rebirth. In many customs the new year doesn't actually fall until the spring solstice. So what are we meant to be doing right now? We don't pretend to have all the answer but maybe it's rest. But this isn't always easy when 62% of people state that they feel pressured to set resolutions each year on January 1st. What if we set these expectations down for a moment and allowed ourselves a day to examine what winter can look like for us? Rest is not just the physical act of resting but so much more that we will explore together in our one day workshop.
This purpose of this workshop is to embrace winter and everything that it encompasses. Rest, relaxation, hibernation, silence, stillness. Rest does not negate action, it merely allows for more spaciousness and capacity.
what we will do together:
explore spaciousness, presence, and rest
discuss the seasons and how they impact our systems
learn about the interconnectedness of mind and body
nourish, nurture, and hold space for our selves
uncover our individual practices for winter
Join us on February 17th for an in person workshop with Zoe Hays and Arianne Noble.
More dates to come!
Feel free to reach out with questions!
How to sign up
Email Arianne & Zoe
Include: name, pronouns, phone number, email, why you are interested in this topic, any allergies/food intolerances, accommodations needed.
Date: Feb 17
Cost: $175 - sliding scale spots available
ND/Queer/Fat/Disability affirming space
All are welcome. Come as you are.
Arianne Noble is a therapist, mentor, cat lover, shamanic practitioner, and lover of run on sentences. She graduated from Naropa in 2012 with a Masters in Transpersonal Counseling and has worked in the mental health field since. Arianne has an eclectic approach that utilizes many modalities including Gestalt, parts work, and attachment theory. She completed a 3-year shamanic practitioner training in 2023 and weaves spiritual practice into her clinical work. Arianne focuses on helping support people in embracing their true selves. Arianne works from a neuro-affirming lens and is a firm believer that you are the authority on yourself. Arianne loves spending time with her cats and partner, cooking, and doing her witchy practices. She/her pronouns.
Zoe Hays is a late-diagnosed neuromarginalized individual with she/they pronouns. She loves cats, reading, and soup year round. She is a former psychotherapist with a background in nutrition, chinese medicine, health, and more. Zoe has spent many years working with individuals in a mental health capacity and now works as a holistic health practitioner combining all of her knowledge into an integrative support system for her clients. Zoe focuses on integrating liberation psychology, anti-racism, and abolitinism into her work whether that is with clients or the book she hopes to someday finish writing.
More events, workshops, talks, and teachings to come! Online and in person in Boulder, CO.