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SCOPE Foundation Series workshop planned

Posted 2/2/2009

Experience your life purpose by sharing it with the world is the focus of University of Nevada Cooperative Extension’s SCOPE (Simple Connections to Our Primary Essence) Foundation series starting Feb. 21 in Las Vegas.

Through attention to your internal mechanisms, you will discover your life purpose; learn how to stop self-sabotage; create an easy model for heart-centered relationships; and resolve conflict. You will also explore new movements and simple ways to let your body relax, giving you more choices for creating a fulfilling life.

The four workshops, over eight lessons, reconnect you to your essence in a way that expresses your life purpose and expands your interaction with the world through greater awareness and increased choices. The series begins on Feb. 21 and runs thru May 17. There is a $150 fee for the series (or $45 for an individual workshop) which includes refreshments. Scholarships are available. Sessions are held at University of Nevada Cooperative Extension’s Lifelong Learning Center at 8050 Paradise Road (I-215 and Windmill Lane).

The series covers "how patterns shape your life purpose," reducing your limiting patterns and focusing on your strengths on Feb. 21-22; "inviting life purpose out of the shadows" on March 21- 22-using Myers/Briggs, reduce conflicts and manifest purpose; "moving from limits to choice" on April 18-19-using the Enneagram, explore choices for greater connection; and "expressing essence through movement" on May 16-17—using the Fedendrais® model, relax more and increase movement. All sessions run from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Included in the series fee are Integrative Wednesdays and Dance Your Essence Fridays.

For more information, contact Dr. Geoffrey Leigh at 702-257-5527 or e-mail or Dr. Jean Metzker at 702-948-5905 or e-mail .

University of Nevada Cooperative Extension is an outreach arm of the University that extends unbiased, research-based knowledge from the University-and other land-grant universities-to local communities. Educational programs are developed based on local needs, sometimes in partnership with other agencies and volunteers. For more information about University of Nevada Cooperative Extension, please visit the website at or call (702) 222-3130.

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