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Advanced Enneagram Training – The Nine Domains
For people who have done introductory Enneagram work on personality types. Please contact Pam at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be on the waitlist for the next Enneagram Intro.
Saturday, September 22, 9-4pm and Sunday September 23, 10-2pm
With Pam Moskie and Dale Bially (Winnipeg) $225
There are nine fundamental spheres of life through which we operate. These spheres are the building blocks of daily life and when they are out of balance so are our lives and the systems in which we exist such as work, family and community. Learning to balance these spheres means identifying the ways we tend toward getting fixated or stuck in one way or another within each of these domains of living. In this workshop we will examine these domains, understand how balance can occur within each and why that will lead to a more fulfilled and harmonious life.
Nine domains of consciousness – Ichazo – Arica tradition
- Health and Security
- Social Interaction
- Work and activities
- Position and Authority
- Laws and Morality
In addition to weekly classes and psychotherapy practice, I also offer retreats and workshops on a variety of topics. These offerings include yoga retreats of various lengths, workshops on topics related to yoga, spirituality, mental health and emotional intelligence in yoga practice as well as intro and advanced Enneagram workshops.
To book an event in your location with me please Contact Me.
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For the last 15 years I have taught classes in and around Camrose, Alberta. I teach Fall, Winter and Spring sessions and focus on retreats and workshops during the summer months. Each session I teach has a different focus in which I develop classes that increase emotional intelligence and work to identify and shift mental-emotional patterning in the body. Because of the progressive intent of each session my classes require students to commit to pre-registered class times, however, there is opportunity to make up missed classes in other class times during the week. This commitment allows us to create an atmosphere of safety as a group, and the ability to move deeper into practice than drop in class formats allow. My classes are not fitness oriented. They are slow, mindful and challenging for mind, heart and body. Each class includes guided meditation, breath work, movement practices, formal yoga postures and most importantly the cultivation of relationship to oneself. What guides both my practice and my teaching is coming to a deep experiential understanding of the yoga sutras, and seeking to not just understand them but embody them.
Current class times are: Tuesdays 5:15-6:45pm, Wednesdays 9:15-10:45am and Thursdays 9:15-10:45am
For more information on the way I teach yoga please see the Emotionally Intelligent Yoga page.
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My blog is a fleshing out of my dance with life. Its contents are not only inner musings but an offering to anyone interested in the pursuit of meaning and wholeness. I choose topics from yoga, spirituality and psychology that may of relevance both in my own life and the lives of my readers. I am happy to answer general questions about these topics through my blog, and questions can be sent by message to my email or Facebook inbox. I think of writing as an extension of my yoga practice and answering questions as an extension of my teaching.
Please see my blog under the Falling Open section of this website.
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Along with teaching yoga I am also a Registered Psychologist with the College of Alberta Psychologists. I have worked with a diverse population of people in my therapy practice – from people needing simple advice, to those with chronic or acute mental illness. I also work with people who are interested in increased self-awareness and the development of spirituality. Safety is of utmost importance to me and I employ a wide variety of approaches to psychotherapy depending on the needs of the individual. These approaches include mindfulness techniques, body-centered psychotherapy, cognitive behavioural therapy and internal family systems. I am happy to work with individuals, couples and families in their pursuit of psychological balance and healthy functioning.