Groups & CoursesIn Person | Online | Self-directed
All my offerings are trauma-responsive and centered around well-being. I weave together an understanding of neurobiology while revering the sacred and mysterious aspects of being human. Albert Einstein once wrote, “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.” I am interested in fostering imagination – individually and collectively – as a way to access your innate capacity for well-being.
Programs & Courses
This 30 page guidebook offers 38 inquiry questions and 14 practices for recognizing your Inner Critic and nurturing your Inner Wisdom.
The Inner Critic can be a constant and relentless part of your daily life. The Inner Critic’s persistent narration about you and your life can begin to feel normal and even necessary. It isn’t. There are ways of recognizing and supporting the Inner Critic so that they can rest. There are ways to cultivate your Inner Wisdom as a more steady and constant presence in your life.
This is for you if:
- Your inner dialogue tends to be strict, cruel, and harsh in nature.
- You question how you would find motivation without your Inner Critic.
- You suspect that your inner dialogue could be different but are unsure how to change it.
- You want your inner dialogue to be kind while being inspiring.
- You are interested in imaginative ways of exploring your relationship with yourself.
31-day course directly to your inbox
This course is designed to keep you actively involved in your own process of unlearning and remembering. When a subject is broken down into bite-sized chunks of information, it allows your nervous system not to get overwhelmed, and it can help ease the hypervigilance of your self-critic. Less is more, and slower is faster is an idiom most trauma therapist talks about. Information delivered in this way can be easier to integrate because it honours the physiology of the human brain, which naturally shifts through cycles of attention and distraction.
Over 31 days, you will spend 15- 20 minutes a day remembering compassion for yourself. There will be days of education, journal prompts, mindfulness and somatic practices, along with gentle check-ins to help you sustain and integrate self-acceptance and self-compassion into your life.
Online Dance Community
A monthly 60 min free-form movement experience that offers space to connect to your INNER FLOW and practice moving in ways that feel enriching and supportive. Step into an experiential space where you get to follow your inner guidance; let your dance, your movement, your inner wisdom affirm and inspire you. Scheduled in four-week intervals, make this a monthly ritual to reconnect, celebrate, and be with what is.
Sundays: 10 PST / 1 EST
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Online Therapeutic Community
Runs each year from January to June for 12 folks who wish to practice in the art of connection while exploring mindfulness and intuitive movement.
Community Sessions is a space where we can gather together as humans, first and foremost. This is an opportunity to dismantle power dynamics and the colonial wounds of comparison, jealousy, and fear. A space and community where we meet as unique individuals in relationship with each other.
During each 2 hour gathering we will explore practices that connect us to ourselves and to others and discuss topics that are relevant to our personal and collective well-being.
- align with 30-45 mins of free-form intuitive movement
- connect & support with 75-90 mins of group discussion
- ground & integrate with a breif closing practice
In-person Full Day Retreat
Using the mediums of dance, art-making, and writing, we will tap into liberated expression. This is a SPACE for you: a space to be, to feel, to explore, to express, to discover your curiosity and cravings in a playful yet deep way. Join Yvette & Taraneh of Mind on Spirit for this deep, playful creative exploration.
Event Date: March 25, 2023
Location: Bowen Island, BC
In Person or Online Workshop
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In this 4 hour experiential workshop designed for organizations, Yvette will provide foundational knowledge required for embodied relational care. Through an in depth understanding of how trauma impacts the nervous system and brain participants will learn how to better care for themselves and those they care for. Embodied experiments of concepts such as of dual awareness, various types of regulation, and movement as a way to connect are prioritized.
This is for you if:
- Your organization provides care for others and would like to better understand how trauma may be impacting relational dynamics.
- You would like to offer more embodied support to your employees so that they may prevent burnout.
- You would like to incorporate more movement (subtle or substantial) into your offerings.
- You would like to integrate a trauma-informed approach.
- You are interested in imaginative ways of exploring trauma, the nervous system, and relational care.