Hi to all,
I’ll be running another two day workshop in NYC, Dec. 3, 4, 2011
Last time out left people with some profound learning, and there’ll be more of the same this time out.
I look forward to seeing many
of you, and please, do send this announcement out to anyone you think might have interest.
Seishindo MindBody Medicine
New York City; Dec 3-4, 2011
You already possess all the necessary resources,
To live the life you truly desire.
Are You Ready to
● Fully appreciate all that you are.
● Stop kicking yourself and focusing on what’s wrong.
● Live more often in the domain of your personal power
● Feel your indomitable spirit beneath the confusion and fear that’s sometimes there.
If so, this Seishindo MindBody workshop offers you great value.
Oriental wisdom teaches that when we release our fear and anxiety, we generate life
sustaining, regenerative power. That the path of reaching our full potential, involves unifying the
whole self- Rational mind, emotional mind, body, and soul.
Are you tired of talking about what you want, and yet unable to act?
Are you ready to live the life you truly desire?
This workshop will help you:
• Feel calm and centered in times of great change
• Feel at home in your body, and thus at home in the world
• Slow down and appreciate all you have and the full potential of who you are.
• Refocus your life, regain your health, and rebuild your relationships
Come join us in uniting your entire self and living with “one mind”.
Charlie Badenhop is the originator of Seishindo. He has lived and worked in Japan for the last
25 years. He is a licensed Aikido “sensei” in Japan and his work is based upon Aikido, NLP,
Ericksonian Hypnosis, and Noguchi Sei Tai.
Location: In Manhattan. Exact location to be announced.
Investment: $500 for the two day weekend, up until Nov. 25th. $600 after Nov 25th.
If you want to know more, or sign-up, contact Charlie at firstname.lastname@example.org or go to his
website and have a look around.
Core Principles of Seishindo: http://www.seishindo.org/seishindo-the-core-teaching/
“Being Centered”: http://www.seishindo.org/2011/09/15/the-experience-of-being-centered/
What others say about Charlie’s work: http://www.seishindo.org/about-us/kudos/