Meditation and mindfulness
Dance and Martial Arts
Eastern and Western traditions
Even in the most demanding and uncertain times, we and our children can achieve increased serenity, acceptance and a sense of peace about life.
With an arsenal of self-empowering stress management and life balance tools, Susie Vanderlip and husband, Dr. Ken Vanderlip, provide the training and the tools to help. Together and individually, they conduct workshops that radiate unconditional acceptance and encouragement that instill HOPE and calm.
Participants learn concrete methods to handle high-stress lives, refresh in the midst of daily demands and even crisis, and rebalance the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual within each of us.
Combining the wisdom of the ancient arts with modern psychology, movement therapies, Yoga, dance, martial arts, 12-Step tools and Eastern and Western traditions.
Infuses relaxation practices with a lively and interactive style, delivering maximum insights in minimal time.
Entertains participants with skills and insights from years of experience in dance, drama and martial arts.
Reacts directly to the origins of stress to reframe and release the thoughts that trap us.
Promotes greater health by eliminating tensions that suppress our immune systems and make us vulnerable to illness and disease.
Employee/teacher burnout is an increasing concern
Morale is down
Disability and medical costs have increased due to accidents, stress-related or induced illness, depression is prevalent, there is concern over alcohol or substance abuse problems
Complaints about chronic neckaches and back aches are common with no apparent injury or underlying cause
Anxiety, irritability, insomnia and exhaustion are common among co-workers
Personal problems are causing school or workplace distractions. Marital discord or divorce has occurred among staff. Employees have pressures from children and spouse that distract at work and interfere with concentration, productivity or increase accidents'
Single parent pressures, aging parents concerns, or other personal problems are spilling over to school or into the workplace.
Your teen is more irritable, anxious, worried, having sleeping difficulties.
Personality conflicts occurring more frequently.
Seeing possible signs of teen drinking, high on pot, hiding in their room more?
High-achieving teen feeling depressed? Sad? Scared? They feel short-lived or no joy in their accomplishments?
Yoga for the Office - Re-Energize your Day the Healthy Way
Less is More for High Achievers and More is Easy for Underachievers
HALT Principle and other ways to Get More Done with Less Effort
Stop Worry Before Worry Stops You
FEAR - Tame the 'Amygdala' Beast
Calming Attitude Adjusters and Positive Self-Talk
Emotional Self-Defense™ - Handling Difficult Co-workers, Customers, Kids and Parents
Guided Light Meditations
Releases Natural Calming Brain Chemistry
Improves Communication with Customers, Employees, Friends and Family
Increases Hopeful Thoughts, resulting in more Energy & Innovation
Increases Clarity, Creativity, Coping Skills
Feel Refreshed and Relieved of Angst and Anger
Anchors in the Midst of Chaos