Mental Health Awareness Month
Emotional Clearing and Breathing Practices for Coaches
In this session, we explore the practices of clearing space for ourselves and using our breath along with movement to prepare us to be even more fully present for our clients.
When: May 12th, 2022, 7:00 PM – 7:45 PM
- Dominique Mas, PCC,
- Meghana Karanjkar
Format: Virtual - Zoom Meeting, cameras will be enabled
CCEUs: 0.75 (0.75 Resource Development)
#2. Embodies Coaching Mindset
Who is this event for: Coaches or individuals wanting to gain tools to support themselves in being more fully present for their clients.
Purpose: In recognition of Mental Health Awareness month, we are offering tools for coaches and individuals to help take care of themselves.
Objective: This is the first session of a two-event series designed to explore a diverse well-being toolkit for coaches and individuals.
In alignment with the ICF Coaching Competency #2: Embodies a Coaching Mindset
Definition: Develops and maintains a mindset that is open, curious, flexible and client-centered.
● Develops an ongoing reflective practice to enhance one’s coaching
● Uses awareness of self and one’s intuition to benefit clients
● Develops and maintains the ability to regulate one’s emotions
● Mentally and emotionally prepares for sessions
Outcomes: By the end of the session, attendees will have learned two practices.
Meet our speakers and learn about the tools they will share
Dominique Mas, PCC - Clearing Space for Ourselves for Improved Clarity and Focus
“Clearing the space” is a practice based on the premise that labeling our emotions helps us regulate them. It allows us (and our clients) to put our emotions aside for a moment, focus on the present moment, and make space so that we can expand. By closing all the programs that are running in the background, we allow our internal processor to function at its best! This practice is taught by the NeuroLeadership Institute.
Meghana Karanjkar - Using Breath & Movement to Improve Intuition and Presence
“Breath informed movement” focuses on the breath while moving our bodies. This practice allows our mind to be aware of the movement in the body while letting the mind stop its constant flow of thoughts. As we begin to move in alignment with the breath, the mind slows down, we are more 'embodied' and less in the head. We can then be present and mindful with our clients and listen with a more deeper and intuitive sense.
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