How to Say No 101

Do you say “yes” when you want to say “no”? Do you wish you could get out of certain responsibilities and commitments but just don’t know how to - without feeling guilty? Many of us have been conditioned to live our lives according to other’s rules (society, perceived authorities, traditions, parents, cultures, spouses, etc.) This creates perceptions on how we should live our life and by doing so, we get caught up in living outside of our true selves. You are not destined to be a doormat forever, especially if you choose to put forth the effort to learn the skill of how to say “no” and why it’s sometimes the best thing you can do for yourself. If you don’t value your time and energy, no one else will. Come and learn how to get on the “no” train and feel good about it.

Goodbye to Guilt 101

Do you have any of the following types of guilt? Financial guilt - when you buy something frivolous for yourself, or pay more for convenience sake; Friend and Family guilt - secretly dislike certain members of your family, or purposely avoid contact or Kid guilt - take a yoga class instead of doing something with them, or have to work during an important event for your child. You may even have a general free-floating guilt or sometimes allow others to put guilt trips on you. None of which feels good! Guilt is an emotion that arises when we unrealistically assume that what we have done (or not done) is bad, when in fact, it’s our perception that’s imbalanced. This class is for you if you are ready to say goodbye to guilt and develop new, healthier ways of looking at your actions.