Fri, 30 Aug | Outside Waterside Pub

New Moon Intention Setting Workshop

Take some time for yourself to reflect and be guided on your new start for the new month ahead in a powerful, cleansing, natural setting.
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Time & Location

30 Aug 2019, 19:00 – 20:40
Outside Waterside Pub, Shoreham-by-Sea, UK

About the Event

Do you find yourself wondering where the time goes along with your best placed intentions?

How often do you check in with your goals?

Are you looking for a chance to start afresh with a little help from the awe and magic of nature?

Setting intentions for the month acts as incremental goal setting, which has been found to be a leading factor in overall behaviour change. Small, achievable goals give us more focus, a sense of purpose, more motivation and a greater sense of self-esteem and self-efficacy.

The new moon is a perfect, natural opportunity to take stock, wipe the slate clean, look inside to our own wisdom and uncover what is next for us. Combine that with the sound of the waves and we are in for one powerful session!

Join Jenna, Positive Psychologist, Coach & Mindfulness teacher (www.livingintentionally.co.uk) as you set your intentions for the new month with the magic of the new moon with a positive psychology based workshop and guided meditation and writing exercise.

Complete your intentions by having a wonderfully cleansing and revitalising sea swim! (optional)

Bring a pen and paper and your swim stuff! *

*Please note there will not be a lifeguard on duty and any swimmers do so at their own risk. The host does not take any responsibility for safety of participants in the water.

Message me with any questions and look forward to seeing you there!

Jenna Danielle Sinclair

Positive Psychologist, Coach & Founder

www.livingintentionally.co.uk

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