DT | Mosaic Series: Breathing Space for Women Part 2
Name: DT | Mosaic Series: Breathing Space for Women Part 2
Date: May 3, 2019
Time: 12:30 PM - 4:00 PM CDT
Registration: Register Now
Join us in partnership with Mosaic as we take time for self care and mental wellness.
Session 2 of 4: Embracing Enough, Letting Go of Scarcity: The spiral of scarcity keeps the hustle in place. We prove our worth, hustle for our value, and drown out the voice inside saying YOU ARE ENOUGH. We’ll practice accessing our enough-ness so we can help others do the same.
Why: Time to pause and breathe.
A community with space to listen to your own voice.
Ongoing encouragement to trust what you hear.
What to Expect: This four-part series is created to provide you a hard stop on your calendar. Collaborators are mindfully chosen to give you experiences of concepts that can be fleeting and hard to grasp in rhythm of regular life. You'll see familiar faces and new ones facilitating sessions that aim to help you stop and breathe, explore the concepts with curiosity through personal exploration, and send you away with one thing to cultivate over the month in between sessions. You will be introduced to different practices and perspectives.
**Please note: Lunch will be served at 12:30 with the session beginning at that time. Suggested arrival time is 12:15. This session will end at 4:00 pm.**
This event is co-facilitated by Rachel Keck and Carrie Glover:
Rachel Keck has always been drawn to what connects and disconnects people both to themselves and to others. Her mission is to integrate more unknown, unconscious parts of her self each day and invite others to do the same. She believes this is the driving force of success.
Rachel has spent her professional life in the world of small business in nearly every role from project manager to founder. Straight out of college, she joined a small, woman-owned business fulfilling government contracts for trade show and event planning. She then worked with dental practices supporting small business owners with practice management, training, hardware and software. Her experience has led to strengths in strategy, operations, people and emotional intelligence.
She continues to be a learner, intentionally seeking ways to grow and expand herself, her business, her clients and their businesses. Rachel brings a strong curiosity and the ability to listen in a way that deepens understanding and grows awareness.
Carrie Glover’s passion is coming alongside clients who have experienced trauma, wounding, disconnection from identity, major life changes, grief, and relationship difficulties. She is honored to sit with client's as they wrestle with some of the difficulties created by the human experience. Carrie is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) in the state of Kansas with experience working with individuals, families, and couples.
Outside of the office, she enjoys spending time with her husband and their two children, meaningful conversations with friends and family, reading, fishing, hiking, playing the piano, exploring the beautiful city of Kansas City... among other things this beautiful life has to offer.
Not physically present but influencial in the experience design:
Molly Kampf is the founder and teacher at Kansas City Alexander Technique and is a dance theater artist. Molly’s teachings are based in the Alexander Technique while drawing from a number of disciplines including Body-Mind Centering®, Contemporary Dance, Developmental Movement, Improvisation, Meditation and Roy Hart voice studies.
Over the past 15 years, Molly has taught at many locations and universities including Interlochen Center for the Arts, Central Michigan University, Saginaw Valley State University and has presented at the Freedom to ACT Conference (NYC). She has performed, worked and facilitated in Colorado, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, New York and Philadelphia. She also specializes in artist business; and has worked for esteemed master teachers Barbara Dilley, Bruce Fertman, Leeny Sack, and Martha Hansen Fertman.
Molly has a MFA in Contemporary Performance from Naropa University, a BFA in Modern Dance from Temple University, holds a teaching certificate in the Alexander Technique from the Philadelphia Alexander Alliance and is certified through Alexander Technique International.
Renee Bhatia is a Spiritual Director living in Overland Park, Kansas. Renee has worked in faith formation in the Catholic Church in various parts of the country, in both parishes and diocesan offices.
She has an undergraduate degree in psychology and a Masters of Divinity degree from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. She is a graduate of the Souljourners Ecumenical Formation Program for Spiritual Directors at Mount St. Scholastica, where she continues to serve on staff.
Renee has been shaped by her interfaith marriage, ecumenical education, Jungian psychology, and Benedictine spirituality. She is particularly interested in spirituality and the expressive arts, and considers art, dance, and drum among her personal prayer practices. Renee has been married for 26 years and has three children.