Please Join our Next Connection Café: Exploring Change Through the Wisdom of the Body
Please join us as Openly hosts these Connection Café conversations and invites a leading changemaker to share their expertise and wisdom. On February 17th, Donna Forde and Lisa Watson will co-facilitate a meaningful conversation about helping to explore change through the wisdom of the body.
As a change leader, how do the aspirations, joys and sorrows of your work inhabit your body, mind and spirit? Are you aware of the immense wisdom within your inner world? Would you like to learn how to tap into embodied wisdom to create insight and conscious action? Donna Forde and Lisa Watson will co-facilitate this interactive workshop. Donna will bring her expertise as a leadership coach and somatic practitioner to guide participants on a journey of exploring change through the wisdom of the body. Donna and Lisa will facilitate a meaningful conversation that allows participants to connect, practice and learn together.
Please click here for bios, event information and registration.
Meaningful Conversations: Exploring Change Through the Wisdom of the Body
with Donna Forde and Lisa Watson will be held on
Wednesday, February 17, 2021 – 12:00pm to 1:30pm ET
We hope you can snag one of our remaining tickets and join us next month.
P.S. Can’t make it in February? Save the date for our next Connection Café with Helen Tewolde on The Power of Presence on March 17, 2021. You can also follow the Openly LinkedIn page to be the first to hear about upcoming events in our Openly Connection Café series. We have a line up of amazing hosts to help us explore topics that changemakers are struggling with, through meaningful conversations and nourishing practices designed to enrich learning, wellbeing and impact.
We look forward to connecting soon.
Lisa Watson and Tanya Darisi
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