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This workshop is great if you:

  • Struggle with making time to take care of yourself and put
    everyone else’s needs before your own.

  • Measure your self-worth by your productivity and feel that
    you haven’t worked hard enough to deserve to rest.

  • Live with a sense of urgency and anxiety, and feel guilty for slowing down,
    resting and relaxing.

  • Feel exhausted by the machine pace of life and want to explore a
    more relaxed way of living.

What you'll learn:

  • Simple strategies to regulate your nervous system and shift in more inner peace.

  • How to move towards a state of mental and physical relaxation.

  • Get a break from thinking obsessively.

  • Calming breathing practice, you can use to prevent from feeling stressed or anxious.

  • Build a more resilience against stress.

  • How to soothe your stress response using simply sensory tools.

  • New meaning of being a relaxed and vital person.

Taking time out of each day to relax and renew is essential to living well. This workshop will help you manage your levels of stress, recover from feeling overwhelmed by activities, people and tasks, balance energy, and quiet the mind.

With clear and accessible instructions Eline and Tyler will guide you in a journey that will ease your day and your life in this hectic world.


Where: de Evolutie, Bisschopsdreef 17, 8310 Brugge

Your investment:
Early Bird price 220 euro for 2 days
As From 04/03 250 euro for 2 days

Join for only 1 day and pay 140 euro

If you are interested and want to know more about the workshop,
sign up for a free webinar on one of the following dates.

Click on the day you would like to join the free webinar to reserve your spot.

Friday March 3rd at 9.30 am

Wednesday March 22nd at 8.30 pm

This workshop will be held in English. Eline will translate where necessary.

Lavender Fields

'Your hand opens and closes, opens and closes. If it were always a fist or always stretched open, you would be paralysed. Your deepest presence is in every small contracting and expanding, the two as beautifully balanced and coordinated as birds' - Rumi-

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