The art of slowing down

Create the life you imagine.

There is no denying that we live in a culture of busyness, distraction and speed. Life is moving fast, and it may feel like it is almost impossible to find a moment to breathe. Know that you are not alone. So many of us are feeling overwhelmed and overburdened by everything that we need to do.  Some days we are barely scraping by in our own lives.

This month-long online course is about reclaiming a life that is rightfully yours. It is about reconnecting to yourself in a way that feels intentional and in control. It is about doing the work needed to increase your sense of presence so that you are able to be present for this one precious life you have been given. 

The curriculum combines neuroscience research and coaching theory to help you realize a life that feels less stressful and more intentional. This course is about making lasting change in your life, in a way that feels authentic and sustainable.

In The Art of Slowing Down, you will:

  • gain greater access to your 'being' (slow) mode so you can feel more ease in your day-to-day life

  • feel greater alignment between who you hope to be in the world with how you really are

  • connect with a community of like-minded individuals who will support and encourage you as you integrate the lessons learned into your daily life. 

  How it works

This course is specifically designed to help you to get from where you are, to where you want to be. Participants enter into the course with their own topic, and the structure of the course will support them in making a shift into a new way of being. The curriculum combines the power of mindfulness with coaching theory so that you can not only access your own internal guidance and wisdom but learn how to apply it successfully in your day-to-day life. This course is about making a step-change in your life, in a way that feels authentic and sustainable.


 In order to get the most out of this opportunity, it is recommended that you dedicate about 30 minutes a day to practices and reflections related to the course. This may mean completing meditations, practices or just reflecting on your own process.You will also be asked to make time for a full (or half) day personal retreat on Week Four (Presence) (4 to 7 hours). This means that you will need to clear your schedule and your commitments for this time. Making a shift in how you show up in the world takes time and effort. Dedicating yourself to the exercises and readings will have a big impact on what you take from the course.

Are you ready to work to create to a slower, more intentional life?

To the mind that is still, the world surrenders.
— Taoist saying