Session on 13 May 2021 16:00 UTC - View on timetable
Mindful Movement and Somatic Awareness. We’ll begin with a brief body scan, followed with a gentle somatic awareness practice, within which we’ll be integrating intervals of mindful movement and stretching, all supported by the breath. The practice will end with a five-minute energy boosting meditation, leaving participants invigorated for the last part of the program.
No special clothing or props required
Tracy Brown entered the workforce as a young single parent without the educational background of her colleagues, Tracy fought hard to climb the career ladder – often prioritising work demands ahead of family life or self-care. Over the years she achieved several career pivots, and ultimately co-founded a business in a foreign country. Each trajectory was challenging, successful, and initially fulfilling, but she kept feeling like she wanted something more.
The something more was life wellness, true connection, and purpose. The path to finding this began with regular mediation and yoga, and with a new sense of clarity, Tracy reflected on something she had been passionate about from a former career. For over a decade she had represented a roster of creative professionals and coaching them to develop their careers was her favourite part of that role. Deciding to pursue formal coach training, Tracy joined a 125-hour ACTP program with Coacharya (and EMCC Global accredited training course) led by Ram Ramanathan, and from the first class knew she had discovered her calling.
Now an EMCC Global individually accredited coach (EIA) at Senior Practitioner level, and an Associate Trainer with Coacharya, Tracy lives in Vancouver BC where she continues to deepen her ‘being’ while practicing as a Holistic Life and Career Wellness coach, spending time with her family, and appreciating the precious moments of life.
‘I struggle with creating my bio, because I aspire to separate my sense of self from attachment to titles, career highlights and educational background, and yet the typical goal of a bio is to highlight achievements rather than to tell the story of who I am.’