Explore what you (really) want…now.
This workshop will help you explore the specific changes we can expect (and conduct or change) from these later decades in life.
In this weekend workshop, Ty Powers will offer tools, practices, and principles that can help you. This workshop will be an opportunity for you to assess the primary areas of importance in your life and determine whether change is needed, develop options, clarify what conflicts are at play, and begin to identify your priorities and tasks. The workshop will emphasize making wise choices through clarification of your values.
We will also explore topics such as effectiveness and fulfillment in work, intimate relationships, self-esteem, money, doubts and insecurities, and life balance. Each day there will be presentations, self-assessments, small group discussions, personal inquiry, and participatory exercises. Ty will also lead guided meditations and mindful movement practices. The self-assessments are designed to allow you to gain clarity about where you are presently in life and to create a vision for yourself.
Every age and phase of life brings change
Sometimes we actively choose change and sometimes it arrives unexpectedly. Either way, all change is accompanied by concerns, fears, and questions:
In addition we will focus on looking within versus dwelling on external circumstances. The goal is to offer tools and mindfulness techniques that will help participants build skill sets that will empower them to navigate their changes and transitions more skillfully. This ultimately brings about improved well-being, life balance, and sustainability, all of which are essential for effective leadership in one’s profession and personal life. Expect a weekend of self-exploration, self-inquiry, and ultimately, self-knowing.
Who is it for?
The content of the workshop is designed for people in their 40s and 50s. It focuses on the particular developmental and life stages of this age group. A maximum of participants may register so this will be an opportunity to be in a small group setting with Ty.
Dates: Fri 17 – Sun 19 Nov 2017
Times: Fri 19.00-21.30 | Sat 11.00-19.00 | Sun 13.00-17.00
Location: Jan van Scorelstraat 41
Exploring changes and transitions in your 40’s and 50’s
Ty Powers co-founded the Insight Yoga Institute and facilitates yoga and silent meditation retreats throughout the world with his wife Sarah Powers. Ty has been practicing and teaching Buddhism for 20+ years under the guidance of Dzogchen teacher Tsoknyi Rinpoche, psychospiritual teachers Jennifer Welwood and John Welwood, Buddhist teachers B. Alan Wallace, Anam Thubten, Stephen and Martine Batchelor, Greg Kramer and Jack Kornfield. He has also been influenced by Ajahn Amaro and completed the Spirit Rock Community Dharma Leader training program in 2003.
Ty has taught daylong retreats at Spirit Rock and other Dharma centers on issues concerning cultural diversity. He is a Certified Integral Coach, and is currently studying Internal Family Systems psychotherapy, as well as Life Balance, a training program for teachers led by Phillip Moffitt. Ty also mentors numerous men and women around the globe.See profile ›