When life throws you curveballs at a rate and pace that leaves you feeling uncertain, anxiety-ridden, and unprepared, do you know how to respond from a place of centered calm so you can make the most out of chaos? 

We’re experiencing a collective moment that is pushing humanity to our limits. Most of our lives are unrecognizable from what they were just 30 days ago...

Our basic sense of safety and wellness is under attack. Careers are being upended. And, we’re being asked to put our trust in institutions we’re not morally and ethically aligned with.

As a result of the stress and uncertainty COVID-19 is presenting, you may notice your relationships with family, housemates, and co-workers feel strained…

  • For those sheltering alone, you may be spiraling in a sea of loneliness
  • For others perhaps you’re finding it challenging to meet expectations or set boundaries at work
  • And, for those of you attempting to do all of the above while homeschooling your children, it’s no wonder you’re feeling the proverbial rug slipping out from under you

If you’re feeling pushed to your limit and like you’re barely hanging on to your safety and sanity during these uncertain times, you’re not alone.

In the face of the immense pressure this moment is presenting perhaps you’re reacting in ways that aren’t aligned with your core values. You’re not alone.

Truthfully, the pressure that COVID-19 is putting on our collective is revealing underlying habits and deeply ingrained reactions that aren’t in service to your highest potential.

We all have unconscious reactions that we revert to under pressure. Once we start to understand those reflexes and take notice of what’s happening inside our “flight, fight, or freeze” reactions to stress, we can learn to respond to life’s challenges with greater ease and skill.

Discover practices that will empower you to take actions that are in alignment with your values — even under pressure — so that you can live in alignment with what you really care about. 

When we’re under pressure, our deepest ingrained habits and automatic reactions inevitably surface.

So what can you do to mitigate that reaction? 

The simple answer is that you need to practice responding purposefully  

You can learn practices that empower you to respond to life’s challenges in ways that make you proud, propel you toward your goals, and strengthen your relationships. 

Changing the way you respond under pressure isn’t easy!

But with the right tools, you can reliably respond to stressful situations with greater ease and skill so that you’ll have a better chance of  achieving your goals and strengthening your relationships with those you care about. 

Discover the possibilities, choices, and opportunities that arise when you turn your attention to a daily practice designed to build resilience and strength.

We designed Meeting the Moment: Transforming Life’s Challenges into Purposeful Action to support you to meet and move through life’s challenges with confidence and grace

This free, 60-minute workshop will be led by Staci K. Haines and Richard Strozzi-Heckler, the premier scholars, teachers, and coaches in the field of Embodied Leadership and Somatics. Combined, they have 70 years of experience teaching practices to students all over the world. 

During this workshop, Staci and Richard will reveal: 
  • The key to identifying and connecting to your purpose so that you can build a life that’s true to your core values
  • Tools for recognizing  and understanding the automatic (and predictable) ways of being, thinking, and acting when you are thrown under pressure 
  • Practices you can start using right away to empower you to respond to stressful situations with greater ease and skill 
  • How to return to your center when under pressure so you’re able to stay connected to what you care about and expand your circles of care and positive impact
Listen as Staci and Richard for Meeting the Moment: Transforming Life’s Challenges into Purposeful Action and rid yourself from the burden of old habits that don’t serve you and discover concrete actions for responding to pressure with confidence and grace. 
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Praise for Staci and Richard
"Staci Haines and Richard Strozzi-Heckler facilitating together has a potency & expansiveness that is unparalleled.  Coming from a Corporate background & leadership coaching for over a decade, it was their methods that brought me home to myself & are making me a more skillful & effective leader."
Anjali Sawhney, MBA Life & Leadership Coach
"Learning from Richard and Staci together is like soaking in the source of knowledge on embodied transformation and leadership. This rare combination is not to be missed."
Lise Melvin, Senior Advisor, United Nations Development Programme.
"With over 70 total years of expertise, Richard and Staci are two of the most powerful teachers of embodied on the planet, especially when it comes to leadership and teams. As both a student and fellow teacher of somatics, I’ve been blessed to learn from this duo a number of times over the course of my career. Their complementary styles demonstrate a range of working with and through the body that will both open your mind to new approaches, and take you deeper into your own journey of personal transformation."
LeeAnn Mallorie, CEO, Leading in Motion, Author, Guts & Grace
Staci K. Haines, Director of Methodology

Staci K. Haines is a national leader in the field of Somatics, specializing in intersecting personal and social change. Staci is the co-founder of generative somatics, a multiracial social justice organization bringing somatics to social and climate justice leaders and organizations. Read Full Bio

Richard Strozzi-Heckler, Founder

Richard Strozzi-Heckler, PhD is founder of Strozzi Institute. He has spent over four decades researching, developing and teaching Somatics to business leaders, executive managers, teams from Fortune 500 companies, NGOs, technology start-ups, non-profits, the U.S. government, and the military. Read Full Bio

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