Change Your Mindset to Empower Your Life

We each have the ability to empower ourselves. Sometimes we get stuck, and we don’t have to stay stuck. The Empowerment Partnership is offering an Integrative Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Practitioner Certification training from April 11 through 14 at the DoubleTree by Hilton, Newark Airport. This interactive and experiential program provides proven tools and techniques to communicate more effectively, build rapport easily, reprogram the mind for success, release limiting beliefs and behaviors, gain clarity in core values and overcome procrastination, lack of motivation, depression and phobias. Continue reading

Empowered You, Empowered Money Raises Up Professional Women and Entrepreneurs

EmpoweredYouHeidi Garis, founder of Tap Into Abundance Now, will host Empowered You, Empowered Money from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on May 13. This full-day workshop will give professionals, entrepreneurs and business owners an opportunity to explore how they can energetically and practically move into greater empowerment with money and prosperity.

The program will include dynamic energy work sessions led by Garis, including EFT/tapping, vibrational frequency meditation and guided visualization. “The aim of the work is to release limiting stories and move past deep fears and old wounds that may be keeping us small and stuck,” explains Garis. The day will be interactive and experiential, with an opportunity for participants to share their own personal stories and receive personalized facilitation.

Garis will be joined by several guest business experts that will present practi-cal ways to gain greater clarity and confidence in professional endeavors.

Natural Awakenings magazine of Bucks and Montgomery County will co-sponsor the event. Publisher Karen G. Meshkov adds, “It’s so important for me personally, and for the business owners that we work with, that as women we are able to honor and value what we do and who we are, in all aspects of our business and personal lives.

”Location: TBD. For more information, call 215-453-1418, email or visit See ad, page 11.