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Virtual Sessions of Transformative Healing: A Series on Emotional Wellbeing

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In an effort to provide space for togetherness in light of COVID-19, we are offering Transformative Healing classes virtually for the time being. These sessions will be free and are designed to help us find comfort as we explore timely topics like loneliness, stress, boundaries, and self compassion

Each week, we will focus on a specific topic related to our emotional well-being, with an emphasis on topics like grief, intimacy, shame, and loneliness. This 2-part series will provide the opportunity to look at each theme through the lens of reflection and exploration.

Reflection sessions will occur on Mondays and involve opening up to our inner world through the process of meditation.

Exploration sessions will occur on Wednesdays and offer practical tips and tricks with Kirat and a guest healer.

In an effort to provide space for togetherness in light of COVID-19, we are offering Transformative Healing classes virtually for the time being. These sessions will be free and are designed to help us find comfort as we explore timely topics like loneliness, stress, boundaries, and self compassion

Each week, we will focus on a specific topic related to our emotional well-being, with an emphasis on topics like grief, intimacy, shame, and loneliness. This 2-part series will provide the opportunity to look at each theme through the lens of reflection and exploration.

Reflection sessions will occur on Mondays and involve opening up to our inner world through the process of meditation.

Exploration sessions will occur on Wednesdays and offer practical tips and tricks with contemplative mentor Kirat Randhawa and a guest healer.

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Meet the Instructor: Kirat Randhawa

Kirat Randhawa is a contemplative mentor and the founder of A Kind Rupture: an independent offering that implements contemplative training into client work as a method to explore oneself intimately. She works closely with women through her curated mentorship program The Heroine's Dance to support clients in lovingly befriending themselves and building an internal foundation for sustainable self-compassion. As a student at Columbia University, she is also currently studying the role of contemplative training within the field of psychology and how associated practices can be used as instruments for individual and societal transformation.