Gina Vance, CLC, CCHT
Certified Life Skills Coach
HealthRHYTHMS® Trained Facilitator
Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist
Academy for Guided Imagery Certified
Mindful Schools Curriculum Trained
Author, Speaker, Raconteur
Gina Vance is on a mission to get mindfulness into the hands, minds and bodies of the masses!
Ms. Vance teaches simple ways to practice mindfulness and experience the benefits it brings.
With a background in hypnosis, guided imagery and meditiation, she has worked to make mindfulness simpler, easier and more effective for more people.
Referring to some mindfulness methods as "mind-tricks" and "mental martial arts", she demystifies and simplifies mindfulness in ways that are easy to learn and easy to use in daily life and work.
Gina teaches mindfulness practices in private consultation, small groups, seminars, and in trainings for health and helping professionals.
She's witnessed these methods working equally well with diverse groups, including, homeless, incarcerated, at-risk youth, students, physicians and nurses, educators, CEOs, and helping professionals to name a few.
Mindfulness is easy to learn and use; has been scientifically validated as beneficial, and helps to foster self-regulation, stress-management, cognitive reframing and attitudinal healing.
Mindfulness practices are useful for all people, regardless of their spiritual or religious backgrounds or beliefs. It's a human experience that utilizes the awareness and compassion that is within us all.
Though mindfulness is not attached to any particular religion, it helps in nurturing spiritual growth as well as emotional literacy.
With emotional literacy, one is better able to identify, express, and manage feelings.
There is greater impulse control.
There is heightened self-awareness and self-understanding.
Social skills and the ability to communicate effectively are enhanced.
Our programs utilize the Mindful Schools Curriculum.
Call Gina to discover how you and/or your group can experience the extraordinary in ways perhaps easier than imagined.
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