Overcome your fear and get in the flow in your impact making journey. Allow yourself the empowering experience of non-verbal and expressive dance therapy!
Has fear been blocking you from showing up as who you truly are? And in your mission to be of service to others? You know fear could be irrational but somehow you just can’t seem to get over it?
Overcoming your fear is vital for your growth and in becoming the best version of yourself.
I’m sure you are fed up with being held back by your fear. Not to mention the mental, emotional and physical toll it causes you. That’s why we are doing this hands-on challenge!
We’ll show you how to transform your fear into flow through dance movement therapy… No matter if you have two left feet or never danced before! We provide you a safe space and accountability to finally process your fear.
I want you to ask yourself this powerful question:
What would you do in about one month from now if you were 10x more courageous, believed 100% in yourself… and knew how to master your fear whenever it appears?
Imagine what you would accomplish.
Would you step fully into the impactful role you see yourself in with conviction?
… inspire people who have been aching to hear your powerful message?
… reach out to 100 potential clients with ease and confidence?
I’d really love this for you!
What you’ll learn by doing in this 5-day challenge:
How you don’t need to eliminate fear to be courageous
How you can shift fear into empowering and healing experiences through movement
How you can actually create a deeper connection with others by sharing your vulnerability
If you are finally ready to overcome fear and step into your power, then register now.
✔ Daily sessions Mon to Fri, 14 to 18 March 2022 7-8 PM CET
✔ Small virtual group on Zoom
✔ Close support throughout the challenge
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR
Irene Anggreeni is a certified dance therapist and mental wellness coach who delivers engaging training that moves her audiences and clients to see the holistic picture of their wellbeing and self-discover exactly what is required to amplify their healing mind-body-soul.
With over 10 years of transformative journeys after a clinical depression and career switch from engineering/academia, she passionately helps fellow mental health survivors navigate their lives from merely surviving towards badass thriving!
Irene’s magic blend is creative embodiment, mind-body shifts, and peer support. Working with her means close support in taking actions consistently, with exciting possibilities to explore change in your own authentic and playful way!
Check out the diverse experience of past participants of dance therapy
“Irene is a thoughtful leader who creates a safe environment for participants to connect with their own body, mind, and emotions. All you need to do is show up and you are guided the whole way through.” - Elizabeth (US), teacher
“An ideal place for me to challenge my social anxieties, to know I am not alone, to connect, to heal and develop. It empowers me to be who I am, I don't have to be perfect.” - Ali (DE), customer success
“After having several years of psychotherapy treatment, I was surprised how fast the main issues in my behaviour came to the surface and how clear things became. It’s a very practical approach to changing certain aspects in my thinking and doing.” - Nina (DE), artist
“Having personally been going through CBT and EMDR therapy, this was my first experience of physical, embodied movement therapy. Simple, beautiful, gentle exercises produced deep shifts and movement of emotions up and out of me.” - Emma (UK), coach
“Irene invited us to be ourselves and have fun! I was never able to meditate but I really like to dance, so I felt the combination of both activities really helped me.” - Thais (BR), innovation consultant
“I feel a sense of community and acceptance. As an expat, this is very important to me. Highly recommended for everyone even if dancing isn’t your thing!” - Kristina (US/UK), founder
“I love the group feeling and the sharing, and I'm glad it’s encouraged through creative exercises.” - Atanas (BG), engineer