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Mental Wellness Workshop with Supple(mental) Sports
February 23 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
- Skill Level: Social
- Event Type: Education
About the Event: Mental wellness starts with understanding how you really feel. Oftentimes, the body knows how we feel before the mind, yet the mind does a great job of ignoring messages. This class will explore six key emotions to help you identify where you feel what (feelings are physical) including joy, anger, sadness, fear, anxiety and a wildcard emotion of your choosing. This class will also offer you tools to better check-in with yourself including two basic body scanning techniques (a form of mindfulness) and a check-list to help you identify what might be triggering an emotion such as a lack of stability, challenges with relationships, a lack of confidence or self-compassion etc.
Most people want to enhance their mental wellness but feel unsure how to start. This class sets a foundation for your mental welfare by drawing awareness to things often avoided. By taking the time to truly check-in with the self, problem solving or coping with life’s challenges becomes much easier. This class includes handouts and your choice of Ashley’s workbooks “Get Your Head in the Game” or “The Work.” (Promo codes will be given at class for workbooks). Comfortable attire recommended.
About Ashley: Ashley Hughes is a mental wellness educator based in Breckenridge, CO. After Ashley experienced severe trauma in 2017, she created programs to help others avoid her personal experience in the US and European mental health systems. When Ashley first admitted she needed help, she was placed on a seven week waitlist. She felt helpless and wondered, “What more can I do?” Throughout Ashley’s recovery, she learned skills she feels benefit others including how to check-in with emotions, communicate with someone who is struggling, stop an anxiety attack in its tracks, mindfulness and meditation and more.
Ashley’s programs are designed for everyone, not just those who have trauma or may currently struggle — her ultimate goal is to set people up for success for future challenges. Ashley founded Supple Sports in 2020 and spent the last 13 months working with a team of clinical and sport psychologists to solidify programming.