Free Mini-Workshop: Taking a Self-Compassion Break
This gentle yet powerful practice can shift your perspective, nurture your own goodness and create resilience in your life.
with Kelly Sell and Leanna Gilliam
Tuesday at 6:00pm CT (30 minutes)
Join us to learn how to take a Self-Compassion Break. This gentle yet powerful practice can shift your perspective, nurture your own goodness and create resilience in your life. There will be a discussion of what Self-Compassion is and ways to incorporate the self-compassion break into daily life.
This class is a free offering for a sneak peek into Kelly and Leanna's upcoming series; learn more here!
Kelly Sell is a certified Mindfulness Self-Compassion Teacher (MSC) by the Center for Mindful Self-Compassion, UC San Diego School of Medicine. He is a Licensed Acupuncture and Eastern Medicine Practitioner with a Masters Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Passionate about the mind-body connection and the role that emotional healing plays in health and wellness, Kelly is known for his caring, compassionate and down-to-earth approach to spirituality. Because he discovered acupuncture during a physical healing crisis and found MSC during a time of emotional upheaval, he knows first hand the power of integrating the time-tested techniques into one’s life.
Leanna delights in sharing the transformative practice of meditation with others. Her heartfelt desire is to create a container that allows practitioners to be held just as they are, right where they are, so the practice can come alive for each individual in their own particular way. The inspiration for her meditations comes from real-life experiences and observations that reflect the teachings she studies wholeheartedly. Leanna weaves poetry, Buddhism and self-compassion into her shamatha (peaceful abiding) instructions. She is a certified meditation instructor through the 300-hour Dakini Teacher Training program in Austin, Texas and is currently receiving Mindful Self-Compassion training through the Center for Mindful Self-Compassion.