Aug 25, 2018
Sara Hughes-Zabawa and I give you a taste of the Brené Brown Daring Way Curriculum, movement and reflection participants will experience on the Fearless Self-Love Retreat October 10-14, 2018. To learn more, visit www.fearlessselflove.com
Join us for your 20 minute micro retreat! You’ll benefit most if you’re distraction free, have access to a wall to put your legs up, or a way to elevate your feet to at least hip height, something to write with and something to write on.
02:55 Interview starts, easeful living practice included within interview!
06:29 Tools you’ll need for this practice today and what retreat means
10:35 Micro version of the Fearless Self-Love: at home in your heart retreat
36:11 Courageous Self-Care tip
“[To retreat is] an act of mindfully withdrawing, protecting or preserving time or energy to do our soul, or heart work.” -- Sara Hughes-Zabawa
“Our intention for our retreat is that people create the space and the container to really hear themselves and feel and learn and rest.” -- Sara Hughes-Zabawa
“[Humanism is] seeing everyone, including myself, as human with the same needs (whether they’re in a different order than mine or not) and the same worth.” -- Andrea Catherine
Sara is a licensed clinical social worker (LMSW) and a certified yoga instructor (RYT). She is passionate about helping clients achieve better balance and thrive as they enhance the quality of their lives. Either through therapy, yoga, or wellness coaching Sara partners with her clients to help foster the bravery and skills necessary to step towards holistic wellness that honors their mind-body-spirit connection.
Sara received a Masters of Social Work (MSW) from the University of Michigan, with an emphasis in Interpersonal Practice: Mental Health and Interpersonal Practice: Communities and Social Systems with a minor in Community Organizing.