Talk & Discussion with Jen-Mitsuke Peters, MA
Saturday, June 13, 2020
8am–L.A. 9am–DENVER! 11am–N.Y.C.
Recording available for 24 hours if you can’t make it live!
Investment: Optional Donation to the organization you feel is doing the most now for the BIPOC community
In this 75-90-minute gathering, Jen will give a brief talk on Brene Brown’s book “Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent and Lead” and share some initial thoughts on how vulnerability can be practiced on the mat. We will then expand on these ideas in the group.
No preparation is required, however, you might like to read the book or check out Brene’s Netflix special “Call to Courage.” You might like to contemplate times in your life where vulnerability opened you up for special connection and action that you didn’t feel was possible for you ever before.
This will be a space where participants are invited to be as vulnerable as feels right for them. This will be a space where we don’t have to show up having all the answers, being perfect, or expecting to say all the right things. This will be a space for growth and inspiration so that we can each cultivate the courage to find the depths of our personhood. From such a place the most skillful action arises.
If you would like to delve much deeper into this material in June, my new course Home Practice BLAST-OFF! will go into great detail about the nervous system, yoga technique, and how the practice can help us tune up and stay regulated to be our best self in this time of global crisis and opportunity. The course starts Tuesday, June 9th, and early bird ends Monday at noon.