The Wavvy Cloud + Intuitive Artists present Soothe + Refresh – a cannabis, community and wellness experience. Join us Sunday, June 4th at 3:45pm in Frogtown for cannabis assisted parts work, yoga and dance party. No yoga experience required and cannabis consumption is always optional.
This is for you if:
- You are curious about yoga, cannabis or parts work.
- You experience pain, tightness or disconnection from your body.
- You often feel overwhelmed, anxious or burnt out.
What to expect?
For those of us who are highly sensitive, our nervous systems often feel battered by a barrage of stimulation that brings a frequent experience of overwhelm, destabilization, and a need for isolation, grounding, and restoration.
Finding ways to have fun and unwind within community is essential.
Join us for a delightful and liberating experience of GETTING CURIOUS. Gain powerful tools to gently befriend critical, numbing, or rebellious parts of our personalities. Relieve physical pain, tightness and stress through deep stretching and restorative movement.
The session includes:
- Guided cannabis consumption
- Group discussion
- All levels restorative yoga
- Curated music by DJs
- Dance party
About Jen –
Jen Kleiner is a Certified Professional Life Coach, IFS therapy Practitioner, & Creative Consultant at Intuitive Artists. In 2010, she parlayed her experience as an award-winning filmmaker, celebrity fashion stylist, & energy healer into a successful private practice helping fellow artists, healers, and creatives break through blocks, unburden from trauma, embrace their needs, and achieve their wildest dreams. She is also the founder of Reframe Pictures, a motion picture production company, and the co-founder of IFSLA, an organization that provides workshops and community meetings for IFS practitioners and enthusiasts. Jen loves to walk people through personal and professional transitions, creative ruts, chronic illness, relationship challenges, and various stages of spiritual development. She is a communication expert who helps people better articulate themselves, collaborate more effectively, and actively participate in compassionate self care. www.intuitiveartists.org