We all know that maintaining good mental health is central to running a successful, sustainable business. What does mental health mean to us as women business owners? And how can we cultivate it? During this hour, we’ll explore some of the common stressors that women business owners face, and how these stressors can affect the body/mind. As a Rosen Method bodywork practitioner, Katherine Soule has witnessed how gendered expectations often show up in common groupings of muscular tension in women. In this workshop, participants will develop a deeper understanding and feel for how the work-a-day world touches us and how interactions at work have the power to physically structure our physiology. Finally, we’ll explore why, on a neurophysiological level, mental health is an incredible asset for attracting abundance into our businesses.
Due to concerns around COVID-19 this event will be held virtually through Zoom. An email containing the link will be sent prior to the event date. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Christine at email@example.com.
Katherine Soule is a Rosen Method bodywork practitioner who resides in Burlington, VT. She works primarily with women, artists and highly sensitive people to build resilience and heal tension, anxiety and trauma – by contacting the unconscious through touch.
After earning an MA from Goddard College that focused on Mental Health, Gender and Somatics, Katherine went on to train in Somatic Counseling at CIIS, in Expressive Arts Therapy at The European Graduate School, and in Rosen Method bodywork at the Rosen Berkeley Center. In her Rosen private practice, Katherine integrates the skills learned from all of these paths of training.
When Katherine is not in the Rosen office, you can find her partner dancing and teaching expressive arts workshops that emphasize the release of democratic voice. She’s also recently becoming involved with resident support at Soteria House.
Rosen Method Bodywork
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