Inspiring Evenings with Life Coaches
Monthly Event - Every 3 months, Second Wednesday of every month: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)
Life coaching is a growing trend in personal & professional development and health & wellness. However, life coaching styles are as varied as the clients who use it, which can make choosing a coach to work with a challenge. Evenings With Life Coaches is a free event designed to showcase different life coaching perspectives and philosophies. The evenings give those interested in life coaching a chance to meet and hear what different coaches do, how they think, and what principles govern their practices. The evenings are intended to provoke thought and self-reflection while leaving the audience with valuable skills and tools to practice on their own.
If you’re interested in life coaching then please join us for the next evening. Those in attendance will also receive free introductory one-on-one life-coaching session with one of the coaches.
All events start at 6:30pm and are held at the Centre for Social Innovation Annex, 720 Bathurst Street. The event is sponsored by the NeuroPsychoidiology Life Coaches Association (www.npicoaches.ca).
The next event is Wednesday, June 12th with:
1) Spirituality and Living Life Simpler, by Avis Johnston
2) Psychsynosis - Finding Meaning In Everyday Life, by Louis Lakatos
Wednesday, July 10th
1) Finding Happiness in Change
Christina Janiga: http://www.npicoaches.ca/Christina_Janiga.html
2) Dating by Design: What If We Could Design Our Way To A Better Relationship?
by Ayla Newhouse
Ayla Newhouse is a wellness designer. She focuses on asking the right questions to help individuals and organizations get unstuck. In addition to her design and coaching practice, Ayla is also the co-founder of www.1THINGapp.com - a social gratitude journal, and Dating by Design (http://datingbydesign.ca/) - a methodology for understanding relationships of all kinds through the lens of design.
About NPI Life Coaching
NPI Life Coaching is an awareness-based life coaching method that incorporates neuroscience, psychology, and yoga, mindfulness, and meditation. NPI stands for NeuroPsychoidiology and was developed by Dr. Mandy Wintink, a neuroscientist and experimental psychologist. For more information you can visit the Centre for Applied Neuroscience Coaching (www.canc.ca) or the www.NPICoaches.ca websites.
Centre for Social Innovation Annex - Meeting Room 4 (Third Floor)
720 Bathurst St
ON M5S 2R4
Centre for Applied Neuroscience Coaching
The Centre for Applied Neuroscience Coaching is a place where the sciences of the mind and brain meet personal development, fulfilment, purpose, and life skills.