Freedom from Fear and Stress with Neurosculpting® – Beth Blaskovich

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Class Details:

Are you living your life to the fullest and tapping into your greatest gifts? Does it seem like your emotional patterns are a barrier to your highest potential? Learn more about a process and practice to help navigate stress with ease and clarity. Neurosculpting® is a whole-brain approach integrating mindfulness and neuroscience into a simple five-step method to rewrite our “stories” and form new neural pathways opening up the possibility for unlimited potential. In this intro workshop, we will learn the neuroscience behind our self-sabotaging patterns and how to navigate them with two simple and fun meditations that can easily be integrated into a daily practice.

Biography:

Beth is a Certified Neurosculpting® Facilitator through the Neurosculpting® Institute. She is drawn to Neurosculpting® because of its basic premise that our past does not need to be our future. We can literally rewire our brains to be less reactive and more intentional.
Beth began tapping into her own intuitive and healing abilities through immersion classes at the Inner Insight Institute and feels a daily meditation practice is integral to move past stress and fear and tap into the mind-body connection.
Beth is an active musician and coach and currently owns a 40 student piano and voice studio in downtown Steamboat Springs, Colorado, where she regularly integrates brain based learning and meditation techniques into her practice and teaching.
Beth has been an entrepreneur and business owner for 12 years and has navigated the ups and downs of self-employment. She is also a non-profit guru with over a decade of experience starting and leading the growth and development of both health and arts focused organizations.
Beth enjoys and active mountain lifestyle that includes skiing, yoga and mountain biking. She is passionate about international travel and the transformative experiences that come from experiencing new cultures and landscapes.