What does that mean, conscious parenting? When you translate, to be conscious means to be aware and deliberate. I first heard the term conscious parenting at a workshop I went to. The facilitator was quoting Dr. Shefali Tsabary’s book, The Conscious Parent. Then I saw Dr. Shefali on Oprah. Her words impacted me. I wanted to learn more, but as is life, I put it on the back burner and then forgot.
However, recently I found out that Dr. Shefali would be facilitating a workshop right here in Vancouver and my interest was sparked again! I bought her book, The Conscious Parent and made the decision to attend the workshop.
I love being a mother and I love my kids. However, this whole parenting gig is quite challenging and it gets more so as the kids get older. I am always questioning if I’m doing the right thing or not, I get frustrated, I feel exhausted or overwhelmed. And i know I’m not alone in feeling like this.
In Dr. Shefali’s New York Times best-selling book, she brings a fresh perspective to the parenting landscape, challenging the current paradigm it is steeped in and turning it on its head. She believes that parents need to learn to heal their own emotional baggage and raise themselves into an elevated state of awareness before they raise their children. She teaches parents the value of true connection over correction – eliminating archaic ideals of control and punishment
Whether you have a baby or a teen she will help you discover a new path to parent without fear or anxiety, learn to end conflict and motivate your children through connection. Dr. Shefali’s radically different approach to parenting has transformed the lives of so many
To celebrate and share her remarkable work, Kate Muker is hosting Dr. Shefali for a powerful evening where she will share a radically different approach to parenting that has transformed the lives of so many families.
If you are ready to shift the way you approach parenting you need to attend Dr. Shefali’s event in Vancouver on Sunday, May 27th!
I will be there with my husband because we both parent our children and we need to be on the same page. I realized for me to attend on my own, it would be difficult to share the experience afterwards. So we decided to go as a couple.
What you will learn at this workshop is:
– How to stop struggling as a parent and find more joy
– How to deal with your controlling child
– How to stop fighting over screens and devices
– How to raise Motivated, Empowered, Resilient and Aware Children
For all of my readers, you can use a special promo code to get $15 off your ticket. Use WRITEBALANCE at check out for your discount.
Get your tickets here: drshefaliYVR.com.
Admission Prices are:
$90 per person ($75 with the discount)
$150 per couple ($135 with the discount which is $67.50 per person)
If you are able to go with your partner, I really recommend it!
I can’t wait to see you there, it’s an evening you won’t want to miss!
*I am a proud sponsor of Dr. Shefali’s event in Vancouver