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Recognising and managing triggers in our relationships
Recognising and managing triggers in our relationships

Recognising and managing triggers in our relationships

In-person and online

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18 Sept 2021, 13:00 – 14:30

East Grinstead, BeMoore Pilates, Yoga & Personal Training The Old Mill, 45 London Rd, East Grinstead RH19 1AW, UK

About the event

We get triggered. We blame or withdraw. We lose connection. Most of the time it happens in a split second, outside of our awareness. Getting triggered is part of being in a close relationship, so we don’t have a choice if we will get triggered by our children, partners, siblings, or parents. Triggers are part of the fabric of all those relationships. What if we could catch the triggers as they happen more often? What if we could pause and notice that we are about to launch into an angry outburst or withdraw into our shell? What if we could choose to stay connected in those stormy moments? With a bit of practice, we can choose how we respond when we are triggered more often. We can develop a closer relationship with those triggers so that we can notice them as they arise and treat them as a sign to slow down and draw closer to one another, rather than attack or withdraw. Interestingly, the most reliable way to recognise triggers as they are happening is by tunning into what is happening in our bodies first.  Not by listening to the stories and explanations that our minds are putting together. That's why I teamed up with a talented yoga and pilates teacher Becki More to facilitate this workshop. We will combine discussion, yoga, meditation and breathwork to create a real-time opportunity to observe the triggers as they come up, work through them, and see what it is like to approach the triggering situations from a calmer, more connected place. We'll meet on Saturday, September 18, 1-2.30 pm. You can join us via Zoom or in-person at The BeMoore Studio, The Old Mill, 45 London Road, East Grinstead, RH19 1AW


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