From 2:00-2:30 Edie Weinstein-Moser will be on talking about Cuddle Party -a fun, playful and empowering workshop. From 2:30-3:00 we have Rose Van Sickle on talking about overcoming panic attacks and depression.
Edie Weinstein-Moser is a Renaissance Woman whose work and play are one and the same: free-lance journalist, speaker, workshop facilitator, interfaith minister, licensed social worker, therapist and creative guide. as well as massage/energy worker. She touches hearts and lives by enouraging people to ‘live juicy’; bringing color, creativity and passion into their days . One of her greatest joys is offering a life changing communication and boundary setting workshop, cleverly disguised as a nurturturing touch workshop, called Cuddle Party. Edie is one of (at this point) 42 people world wide, certified to teach this fun, playful and empowering workshop. In addition, she is a member of Team Goddess; who co-facilitate an annual Goddess Retreat, dedicated to helping other women see the beauty and wisdom within themselves.
What a Cuddle Party Is: A structured, safe workshop on boundaries, communication, intimacy and affection. A drug and alcohol-free way to meet fascinating people in a relaxing environment. A laboratory where you can experiment with what makes you feel safe and feel good.
This playful, fun workshop has been a place for people to rediscover non-sexual touch and affection, a space to reframe assumptions about men and women, and a great networking event to meet new friends, roommates, business partners and significant others.
Can Cuddle Party restore your faith in humanity? It just might. But at the very least, you’ll have a great time, and leave feeling relaxed and inspired.
Rose Van Sickle Author of Peace of Mind and Peace of Body
“In 1980 while living in her native Michigan, VanSickle was plagued with panic attacks and clinical depression, and became virtually housebound. The practical, effective mental fitness techniques described in her book, Peace of Body, Peace of Mind, enabled her to return to school, start a new profession, relocate across the country and ultimately overcome both disorders.
VanSickle says: “Decreasing the impact of daily stressors is one of the most critical keys to good mental health.”
Body of Knowledge a Lifetime of Health