Sunday, June 10th -- Stories of Self
with Annie Robinson
Our lives are tapestries woven of stories. Sometimes we feel like the author of these stories, and other times we feel like characters in them without much agency in their unfolding.
What stories are you living right now that feel limiting?
Which scenes in your life do you not want to continue enacting?
Shame and vulnerability researcher Brené Brown notes: “Facing our stories takes courage. But owning our stories is the only way we get to write a brave new ending.”
In this workshop, we will both face and own our stories through somatic practices, group discussion, and narrative medicine. We will rewrite our stories into ones that serve our greatest potential and support us living meaningful lives.
Annie Robinson is a wellness coach in New York City. In addition to her private wellness coaching practice, she holds a Master's degree in Narrative Medicine and certifications in yoga, meditation, and as a doula. She has been facilitating workshops and retreats for over a decade. At NYU's School of Medicine, Annie holds the position of Wellness Program Facilitator, developing and teaching medical education curricula on resilience skills and self-reflection for medical students, residents, and fellows. Annie is dedicated to guiding people in explorations of their innate capacity to heal, awaken, and flourish. Her areas of expertise include self-compassion, conscious eating, reproductive health, somatic healing, narrative practice, self-care, grief, mindful listening, and resilience. Learn more about Annie here: www.annierobinsonwellness.com