Time to Love Again
CHANGE IS YOURS
When routine bites hard and ambitions are low...
Are you feeling stuck? We learn about relationships from a huge range of places, and people. We inherit gaps and damage. Sometimes we don’t even love or treat ourselves well.
You might be struggling with your partner, spouse, children, parents or siblings, or some other social connections or networks. Our relationship workshop will help you to discover more about what you do and how to do it differently.
And resentment rides high but emotions won't grow...
Learn to understand your emotions and reactions. How do you end up in relationships with certain types of people?
Why do you experience extreme reactions to seemingly small things others say or do?
What’s leading you to feel bored, let down, isolated or unfulfilled?
Can you spot and catch yourself repeatedly exploding, withdrawing, being needy or backing off, and anything else you do to that tears you apart from others and Joy?
And we're changing our ways taking different roads...
With understanding comes change.
Joy Provision offers a new comfortable social learning space for you as you create and transform your ideas, reactions and needs. After the relationship workshop, you will have a practical and real experience to take away as fuel for change.
- Sat, 28 NovAvalon Wellbeing Centre28 Nov 2020, 10:00 – 29 Nov 2020, 16:00Avalon Wellbeing Centre, Broughton Hall, Skipton BD23 3AE, UK28 Nov 2020, 10:00 – 29 Nov 2020, 16:00Avalon Wellbeing Centre, Broughton Hall, Skipton BD23 3AE, UKA series of in-depth workshops focusing on the different relationships in your life; with yourself, your partner, mother, sibling, child, friend etc. Headed by our dedicated team of therapists and Hoffman Facilitators in Skipton or London
Word on the Street
"Great. Really good job. Fantastic. Brilliant."
Marcus, Golf Pro
"You’re amazing and I’m so pleased to have the opportunity to learn from you and have your influence in my life."
Michelle, Founder of Pocket Full of Dreams
"Really enjoyed the day. Content and facilitation were excellent."