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Wednesdays October 23rd - November 13th | 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM | The Dirt Underneath Actors’ Space

Early-Bird Deadline October 11th

 
 

This 4 week workshop [Oct 23-Nov 13] has been developed to help those who are self-employed (including entrepreneurs and those working in creative industries) figure out their next step in their business or life plan.  It is part of a series created by Dr. Cynthia Chan and Lana Lontos to support the challenges of self-employed people. 

Most creatives and entrepreneurs experience periods of self-doubt, resistance, and lack of creativity. Without active support, this stuck place can result in the decision to choose inaction rather than wrong action. This four-week mindfulness and coaching workshop will support attendees during a period of deep honesty, reflection and problem solving. There is an emotional component to running our businesses and accessing our creativity. We hope to help you flush out specific and actionable steps that will leave you feeling empowered and capable to take the next steps. 

There will be check -in time and homework time along with an in-session curriculum noted below. We suggest you come well fed and comfortable so that you can drop into the session on time and well nourished. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Develop mindfulness practices that help you understand how resistance is affecting your body. 

  • Unlocking strategies and actionable steps to help you reach your goals.

  • Exploring how resistance and fear may be current obstacles in your growth.

  • Learning how to communicate your next step to your target clients.

 
 
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Cynthia and Lana’s workshop was a perfect mix of providing practical tools while reflecting and looking inward. A beautiful combination for growth.
Thank you!
— Victoria B.

*** Workshop will be limited to 10 participants ***

Date + Time:

  • Beginning October 23rd and ending November 13th 

  • 4 consecutive Wednesdays (7-9:00PM) at The Dirt Underneath Actors’ Space

  • For additional information please email cynchanchiro@gmail.com  or lana@bigtreemind.com

  • *We recommend attending at least 3 out of 4 sessions.* 

How to register:

Step 1: Click here to fill in our online Google registration form.
Step 2: Please e-transfer the registration fee to cynchancoaching@gmail.com

Registration Fees:

Early-Bird Deadline: $250 if you register + pay by Friday October 11
Regular Workshop Fee: $280

 

4 WEEK CURRICULUM

 

WEEK1

Exploring resistance + procrastination behaviours

WEEK2

Ideas vs. reality - storyboarding your intention. Creating a map for future action

*Workshop attendees will be given homework to facilitate their action steps between week 2 + 3.


WEEK3

Sharpening decision making skills + developing further mindfulness around difficult decisions

WEEK4

Exploring transition from planning to action: how do you take the next step towards change? What support do you need to complete your project?

Cynthia & Lana’s workshop reminded me that valuing my time is valuing myself.
— Carol. L

 

OUR TEAM

 
 
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Dr. Cynthia Chan

Dr. Chan has been self-employed since 1997 -she has worked as a chiropractor for over 20 years currently co-owning a large multi-disciplinary health practice in downtown Toronto. In 2014 she and her husband John also opened a professional acting school, where she is the Administrative Director. In 2018 Dr. Chan received her coaching certification and began collaborating with Lana Lantos on group workshops.

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Lana Lontos

Lana is the founder of Big Tree Mind, a teacher of yoga and meditation, psychotherapy student, and a practitioner and advocate for mindful, creative and authentic living. Lana's "Sustainable Shifts: Awareness of Moods and Habits" workshops have been a place of support for students interested in long-term and sustainable habit change. She is passionate about mindfulness practice, creativity and exploring how we connect to ourselves and our work. She has dedicated a decade to studying trauma, anxiety and addictions. She believes wholeheartedly that awareness, yoga and meditation are tools which support the nervous system and contribute to clarity, focus and awakening.