Date & Time:29th December 2016, 11am - 2.30pm
8-10 High Street
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As we come to the end of the year and head for the new it can often be with mixed feelings.
This workshop allows you to reflect on what 2016 has meant to you and to set yourself up in a positive way for the year ahead. In order to create good beginnings, it's important to have good endings, which is why we'll be looking at both.
You'll work using creative journaling and creative visualisation techniques in a relaxed way. Yvonne has used this process personally, with families, teams and small groups for many years. Everyone always loves it and finds it of great value. At this time of year it's especially pertinent and extra special.
Hello 2017 is suitable for anyone that is new to creative journaling as well as those that have done it before. As you look back on the year, explore your feelings and create direction, you'll find yourself in a great place to start the New Year. It's a really good thing to do every year.
Held in the cosy lounge of The Bakehouse Biddenden, with log burning stove, it's the perfect place to get comfy and give this some thought. A light snack of savoury, coffee and cake is included as well as a short relaxation session, to leave you feeling positive, relaxed and inspired.
If you already have one of Yvonne's creative journaling books, please deduct £5 from the price.
About the host
As a NLP master practitioner & life coach, Yvonne supports clients through change to give them more confidence, help them become 'unstuck' and move forward - keeping them focused, motivated and on track. In this workshop Yvonne explains how creative journaling can help you to create more of what you want in your life for the year ahead.
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