Letting Go: A Heart Centered Workshop For Doulas & Midwives

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Austin Born says
Doulas and midwives provide the compassionate care so deeply needed by pregnant and postpartum women. Continual caregiving comes with its own shadow, however, when we carry with us the intense emotions and challenging situations that can arise. Sometimes we need permission to let go.

Join Julia Aziz, LCSW in creating a heart-centered space for release and transformation of anything we are holding onto that is ready to be released. In this experiential workshop, silence will be held as we explore our internal worlds through journaling, meditation, movement, and personal sharing. Participants will experience the gift of quiet, non-judgmental reflection and leave with more tools to quiet the mind, connect with intuitive wisdom, and live from the heart.

Previous experience with silent retreats is not at all necessary, but due to the time-limited and vulnerable nature of the program, this workshop is not recommended for individuals currently coping with significant mental health issues or trauma.

For questions, email info@juliaaziz.com
For registration, email info@austin-born.com

$75 per person ($60 if you register before Monday, April 13th!)

About the Facilitator:

Julia Aziz is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, an ordained interfaith minister, and the author of Lessons of Labor: One Woman’s Self-Discovery Through Birth & Motherhood. Before having children, Julia worked as a counselor for children, adults, couples, and families. She also worked with dying patients and their loved ones as a hospice chaplain. She has facilitated various workshops and retreats for helping professionals, with titles such as “The Soul of Service,” “Remembering Ourselves,” “Learning Our Lives,” and “Holding Intention While Juggling It All.” She also designed and led “Motherself,” a monthly mindfulness group for new moms, and spent five years facilitating a personal growth group for teens. Julia currently works as the director of student services at AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine in addition to caring for her three children (all born with the help of doulas and midwives!). You can visit her website at @[NjQyMTgzOTU5MjA4MTA3Omh0dHBcYS8vd3d3Lmxlc3NvbnNvZmxhYm9yLmNvbS86Og==:www.lessonsoflabor.com]
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By: Austin Born

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