What's Happening in May 2018...

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Get Acquainted and Have a Cuppa

Monday, May 14th at 4pm or 5pm

Living in the Rogue Valley environs? I'd love to get acquainted with you if you're a newcomer to my work.

Hope you can join me on Monday, May 14th, 4:00 - 4:45 pm or 5 - 5:45 pm at Pony Espresso in Ashland, for an informal chat.

I will give a short talk and practice on the wisdom of tuning into your nervous system and introduce my upcoming online course.

I'll be happy to answer any questions.

You need to RSVP here to reserve your spot for this event. The first 10 folks get a free coffee or tea. (The room holds 10 folks!)

Feel free to ask a question or reach out and connect at charlotte@charlottenuessle.com.


 

A Free Talk to Help You Better Understand Your Nervous System So You Can Start to Reshape It

Monday, May 21st at 6:30pm

Hope you'll come join me for an informal evening. I'll share a tip about tuning into the signals of your nervous system.

This kind of understanding can be applied in practical, down to earth ways that are relevant in daily life.

When: Monday, May 21st, 6:30 - 7:30 pm

Where: Hannon Public Library, SOU Campus, Study Room 359

What: Weather permitting this evening will include a short campus stroll, a guided practice, short talk and questions.

To ensure your spot, RSVP by Sunday, May 20th. E-mail: charlotte@charlottenuessle.com.

I look forward to sharing this evening with you! Feel free to ask a question or reach out and connect. 

 

Mindfulness Sundays

  • Ashland Public Library, Ashland, OR - click for directions
  • Once a month on Sundays: May 13th, June 3rd, July 1st, Aug. 19th
  • 4-5 pm, Guanajuato Room - arrive a few minutes early since the Library closes at 4 pm
  • Free, everyone is welcome
  • Mindfulness practices from various traditions + applying practice in daily life
 Practice taking the next step. Make a choice to arrive in the present, again and again.

Practice taking the next step. Make a choice to arrive in the present, again and again.


Knowledge is a treasure, but practice is a key to it.
— Lao Tzu