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When we are centered and clear, we do not create unnecessary drama.  We solve problems more easily by staying centered and holding space for the problems to be resolved with greater grace and ease. Staying centered and holding space allows appropriate levels of courage, care, and concern simultaneously. When we feel this kind of inner strength and clarity we become empowered to both allow and simultaneously shape our reality as it is unfolding now. 

In Martial Arts, Qigong and Meditation we can discover a place of INNER POWER which we often call our center. The Center is the immovable mover. It cannot be moved. You can fall asleep to the awareness of it, but it is always there and therefore can be (with training) counted on in any situation. When any person and/ or leader is emotionally triggered by someone or some event and they are emotionally reactive, on some level they believe that they have been threatened. This is what we call emotional reaction or being uncentered or off-center.  

When we are in our center we are in our place of inner power, inner strength, and simultaneously our inner connectedness, inner resourcefulness, gentleness, and genius It all lives there. When we are uncentered we create conflict within ourselves and typically unconsciously around us. We will run into it so to speak in our outer world because we are attracting it from the inside out. So if we desire to calm our surroundings and create peace, clarity, and prosperity for the companies we serve then we need to begin with ourselves and our teams.   

Keeping our cool and staying centered has perhaps never been a more important theme in our lives. Outer challenges of the pandemic have brought up many triggers for many people. It is important to know that there are options here. Operating from our center has a very different influence on the world of people, places, and events that revolve around us than when we operate from a place of ego, a place of being off-center. When we are uncentered we operate from old habits, old coping strategies, and old emotional reactions. We inevitably make ourselves part of the problem rather than part of the solution. Every leader should be solution-focused but in order to resolve challenges and overcome obstacles one must learn to first operate from their center.

Many of our cycles of conflict are unconscious emotional reactions from our minds and bodies. These emotional loops can keep us stuck. Mental and emotional frameworks of competition, victimization, and separating from others are common ways leaders weaken their power (called “inauthentic power" or “power leaks”). The behaviors stemming from insecure leaders who are not "in their power" unknowingly send their teams into emotional tailspins, competition, gossiping, and therefore, lower performance.  

There is good news! Authentic INNER POWER is associated with harmony and spaciousness, which allows individuals and groups to stay connected and work autonomously. When leaders set the tone from this place, there is a sense of trust, group empowerment, clarity, capacity for problem-solving, and human flourishing.

Key Workshop Outcomes:

  • To discover the Quiet INNER POWER called CENTER
  • To identify and explore states of INNER POWER and "weakened power" in self and others.
  • Understand the impact of an INNER Power Mindset Vs. Outer Power Mindset on self, cohorts, and teams.
  • Practice exercises to strengthen a Mindset and an Embodiment of Inner Power.
  • 2-3 minute zoom-resets to manage personal energy and stay mentally and physically well during the virtual workday.
  • Exercises to practice before, during, and after work to stay centered, empowered, energetic and joyful. 
  • Breathing practices to help reset mental resiliency, a sense of centeredness, personal empowerment, and a sense of calm and quiet power.  
  • Meditation practices for centering, mental rest, and recovery.   

Duration Options:

  • 60 min Keynote
  • Half Day Workshop
  • Full Day Workshop

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When we are centered and clear, we do not create unnecessary drama.  We solve problems more easily by staying centered and holding space for the problems to be resolved with greater grace and ease. Staying centered and holding space allows appropriate levels of courage, care, and concern simultaneously. When we feel this kind of inner strength and clarity we become empowered to both allow and simultaneously shape our reality as it is unfolding now. 

In Martial Arts, Qigong and Meditation we can discover a place of INNER POWER which we often call our center. The Center is the immovable mover. It cannot be moved. You can fall asleep to the awareness of it, but it is always there and therefore can be (with training) counted on in any situation. When any person and/ or leader is emotionally triggered by someone or some event and they are emotionally reactive, on some level they believe that they have been threatened. This is what we call emotional reaction or being uncentered or off-center.  

When we are in our center we are in our place of inner power, inner strength, and simultaneously our inner connectedness, inner resourcefulness, gentleness, and genius It all lives there. When we are uncentered we create conflict within ourselves and typically unconsciously around us. We will run into it so to speak in our outer world because we are attracting it from the inside out. So if we desire to calm our surroundings and create peace, clarity, and prosperity for the companies we serve then we need to begin with ourselves and our teams.   

Keeping our cool and staying centered has perhaps never been a more important theme in our lives. Outer challenges of the pandemic have brought up many triggers for many people. It is important to know that there are options here. Operating from our center has a very different influence on the world of people, places, and events that revolve around us than when we operate from a place of ego, a place of being off-center. When we are uncentered we operate from old habits, old coping strategies, and old emotional reactions. We inevitably make ourselves part of the problem rather than part of the solution. Every leader should be solution-focused but in order to resolve challenges and overcome obstacles one must learn to first operate from their center.

Many of our cycles of conflict are unconscious emotional reactions from our minds and bodies. These emotional loops can keep us stuck. Mental and emotional frameworks of competition, victimization, and separating from others are common ways leaders weaken their power (called “inauthentic power" or “power leaks”). The behaviors stemming from insecure leaders who are not "in their power" unknowingly send their teams into emotional tailspins, competition, gossiping, and therefore, lower performance.  

There is good news! Authentic INNER POWER is associated with harmony and spaciousness, which allows individuals and groups to stay connected and work autonomously. When leaders set the tone from this place, there is a sense of trust, group empowerment, clarity, capacity for problem-solving, and human flourishing.

Key Workshop Outcomes:

  • To discover the Quiet INNER POWER called CENTER
  • To identify and explore states of INNER POWER and "weakened power" in self and others.
  • Understand the impact of an INNER Power Mindset Vs. Outer Power Mindset on self, cohorts, and teams.
  • Practice exercises to strengthen a Mindset and an Embodiment of Inner Power.
  • 2-3 minute zoom-resets to manage personal energy and stay mentally and physically well during the virtual workday.
  • Exercises to practice before, during, and after work to stay centered, empowered, energetic and joyful. 
  • Breathing practices to help reset mental resiliency, a sense of centeredness, personal empowerment, and a sense of calm and quiet power.  
  • Meditation practices for centering, mental rest, and recovery.   

Duration Options:

  • 60 min Keynote
  • Half Day Workshop
  • Full Day Workshop

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Your Host

David Coon

Instructor

David Coon is an internationally recognized Qigong and Martial Arts Master. He is the author of Qigong for Beginners: Your Path to Greater Health and Vitality. He is the co-owner and co-founder of Qigong Awareness LLC where he and his wife Tanya Coon Licensed Acupuncturist provide Live and Live Online CEU workshops for Acupuncturists, Massage Therapists, Physical Therapists, Chiropractors, Nurses etc. David and Tanya are continuing education providers through the National Acupuncture Board (NCCAOM), California Acupuncture Board, Florida Acupuncture Board and Texas Medical Board.

David has been practicing Martial Arts, Medical Qigong, Meditation, and Traditional Chinese Medicine for almost forty years. David also has a background in western and eastern psychology with a BA degree from the University of Connecticut, he spent four years studying molecular, cellular biology at the University of Colorado for pre-med. David was certified in the state of Connecticut as an Emergency Medical Technician. David went on to be the supervisor and team leader at a hospital in Colorado where he created and facilitated therapy groups as well as provided individual therapy. David also was a supervisor in charge of a staff that included student nurses and mental health workers.He was in charge of the at risk youth residential unit at the hospital. David has since had a full time private healing, coaching and counseling practice for over twenty years.For the last fifteen of those years David has also traveled the country offering life changing transformational Qigong workshops to lay people and professionals. David is a Medical Qigong Master and Medical Qigong is the father of Acupuncture. 

David has a vast background in the Martial Arts with Black Belts in Kenpo Karate, Karate-Kickboxing and Tae Kwon Do. David has been an instructor of Jeet Kune Do and Filipino Martial Arts and  is a long time practitioner of Aikido and is currently primarily training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) with a world champion Jiu- Jitsu professor.He has been training BJJ for over six years.David is also a motivational and inspirational speaker, life coach, martial arts and fitness trainer.

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When we are centered and clear, we do not create unnecessary drama.  We solve problems more easily by staying centered and holding space for the problems to be resolved with greater grace and ease. Staying centered and holding space allows appropriate levels of courage, care, and concern simultaneously. When we feel this kind of inner strength and clarity we become empowered to both allow and simultaneously shape our reality as it is unfolding now. 

In Martial Arts, Qigong and Meditation we can discover a place of INNER POWER which we often call our center. The Center is the immovable mover. It cannot be moved. You can fall asleep to the awareness of it, but it is always there and therefore can be (with training) counted on in any situation. When any person and/ or leader is emotionally triggered by someone or some event and they are emotionally reactive, on some level they believe that they have been threatened. This is what we call emotional reaction or being uncentered or off-center.  

When we are in our center we are in our place of inner power, inner strength, and simultaneously our inner connectedness, inner resourcefulness, gentleness, and genius It all lives there. When we are uncentered we create conflict within ourselves and typically unconsciously around us. We will run into it so to speak in our outer world because we are attracting it from the inside out. So if we desire to calm our surroundings and create peace, clarity, and prosperity for the companies we serve then we need to begin with ourselves and our teams.   

Keeping our cool and staying centered has perhaps never been a more important theme in our lives. Outer challenges of the pandemic have brought up many triggers for many people. It is important to know that there are options here. Operating from our center has a very different influence on the world of people, places, and events that revolve around us than when we operate from a place of ego, a place of being off-center. When we are uncentered we operate from old habits, old coping strategies, and old emotional reactions. We inevitably make ourselves part of the problem rather than part of the solution. Every leader should be solution-focused but in order to resolve challenges and overcome obstacles one must learn to first operate from their center.

Many of our cycles of conflict are unconscious emotional reactions from our minds and bodies. These emotional loops can keep us stuck. Mental and emotional frameworks of competition, victimization, and separating from others are common ways leaders weaken their power (called “inauthentic power" or “power leaks”). The behaviors stemming from insecure leaders who are not "in their power" unknowingly send their teams into emotional tailspins, competition, gossiping, and therefore, lower performance.  

There is good news! Authentic INNER POWER is associated with harmony and spaciousness, which allows individuals and groups to stay connected and work autonomously. When leaders set the tone from this place, there is a sense of trust, group empowerment, clarity, capacity for problem-solving, and human flourishing.

Key Workshop Outcomes:

  • To discover the Quiet INNER POWER called CENTER
  • To identify and explore states of INNER POWER and "weakened power" in self and others.
  • Understand the impact of an INNER Power Mindset Vs. Outer Power Mindset on self, cohorts, and teams.
  • Practice exercises to strengthen a Mindset and an Embodiment of Inner Power.
  • 2-3 minute zoom-resets to manage personal energy and stay mentally and physically well during the virtual workday.
  • Exercises to practice before, during, and after work to stay centered, empowered, energetic and joyful. 
  • Breathing practices to help reset mental resiliency, a sense of centeredness, personal empowerment, and a sense of calm and quiet power.  
  • Meditation practices for centering, mental rest, and recovery.   

Duration Options:

  • 60 min Keynote
  • Half Day Workshop
  • Full Day Workshop

KEYNOTE

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Team Size
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Duration
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Location
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Description

When we are centered and clear, we do not create unnecessary drama.  We solve problems more easily by staying centered and holding space for the problems to be resolved with greater grace and ease. Staying centered and holding space allows appropriate levels of courage, care, and concern simultaneously. When we feel this kind of inner strength and clarity we become empowered to both allow and simultaneously shape our reality as it is unfolding now. 

In Martial Arts, Qigong and Meditation we can discover a place of INNER POWER which we often call our center. The Center is the immovable mover. It cannot be moved. You can fall asleep to the awareness of it, but it is always there and therefore can be (with training) counted on in any situation. When any person and/ or leader is emotionally triggered by someone or some event and they are emotionally reactive, on some level they believe that they have been threatened. This is what we call emotional reaction or being uncentered or off-center.  

When we are in our center we are in our place of inner power, inner strength, and simultaneously our inner connectedness, inner resourcefulness, gentleness, and genius It all lives there. When we are uncentered we create conflict within ourselves and typically unconsciously around us. We will run into it so to speak in our outer world because we are attracting it from the inside out. So if we desire to calm our surroundings and create peace, clarity, and prosperity for the companies we serve then we need to begin with ourselves and our teams.   

Keeping our cool and staying centered has perhaps never been a more important theme in our lives. Outer challenges of the pandemic have brought up many triggers for many people. It is important to know that there are options here. Operating from our center has a very different influence on the world of people, places, and events that revolve around us than when we operate from a place of ego, a place of being off-center. When we are uncentered we operate from old habits, old coping strategies, and old emotional reactions. We inevitably make ourselves part of the problem rather than part of the solution. Every leader should be solution-focused but in order to resolve challenges and overcome obstacles one must learn to first operate from their center.

Many of our cycles of conflict are unconscious emotional reactions from our minds and bodies. These emotional loops can keep us stuck. Mental and emotional frameworks of competition, victimization, and separating from others are common ways leaders weaken their power (called “inauthentic power" or “power leaks”). The behaviors stemming from insecure leaders who are not "in their power" unknowingly send their teams into emotional tailspins, competition, gossiping, and therefore, lower performance.  

There is good news! Authentic INNER POWER is associated with harmony and spaciousness, which allows individuals and groups to stay connected and work autonomously. When leaders set the tone from this place, there is a sense of trust, group empowerment, clarity, capacity for problem-solving, and human flourishing.

Key Workshop Outcomes:

  • To discover the Quiet INNER POWER called CENTER
  • To identify and explore states of INNER POWER and "weakened power" in self and others.
  • Understand the impact of an INNER Power Mindset Vs. Outer Power Mindset on self, cohorts, and teams.
  • Practice exercises to strengthen a Mindset and an Embodiment of Inner Power.
  • 2-3 minute zoom-resets to manage personal energy and stay mentally and physically well during the virtual workday.
  • Exercises to practice before, during, and after work to stay centered, empowered, energetic and joyful. 
  • Breathing practices to help reset mental resiliency, a sense of centeredness, personal empowerment, and a sense of calm and quiet power.  
  • Meditation practices for centering, mental rest, and recovery.   

Duration Options:

  • 60 min Keynote
  • Half Day Workshop
  • Full Day Workshop

Included

Needed

Your Host

David Coon

Instructor

David Coon is an internationally recognized Qigong and Martial Arts Master. He is the author of Qigong for Beginners: Your Path to Greater Health and Vitality. He is the co-owner and co-founder of Qigong Awareness LLC where he and his wife Tanya Coon Licensed Acupuncturist provide Live and Live Online CEU workshops for Acupuncturists, Massage Therapists, Physical Therapists, Chiropractors, Nurses etc. David and Tanya are continuing education providers through the National Acupuncture Board (NCCAOM), California Acupuncture Board, Florida Acupuncture Board and Texas Medical Board.

David has been practicing Martial Arts, Medical Qigong, Meditation, and Traditional Chinese Medicine for almost forty years. David also has a background in western and eastern psychology with a BA degree from the University of Connecticut, he spent four years studying molecular, cellular biology at the University of Colorado for pre-med. David was certified in the state of Connecticut as an Emergency Medical Technician. David went on to be the supervisor and team leader at a hospital in Colorado where he created and facilitated therapy groups as well as provided individual therapy. David also was a supervisor in charge of a staff that included student nurses and mental health workers.He was in charge of the at risk youth residential unit at the hospital. David has since had a full time private healing, coaching and counseling practice for over twenty years.For the last fifteen of those years David has also traveled the country offering life changing transformational Qigong workshops to lay people and professionals. David is a Medical Qigong Master and Medical Qigong is the father of Acupuncture. 

David has a vast background in the Martial Arts with Black Belts in Kenpo Karate, Karate-Kickboxing and Tae Kwon Do. David has been an instructor of Jeet Kune Do and Filipino Martial Arts and  is a long time practitioner of Aikido and is currently primarily training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) with a world champion Jiu- Jitsu professor.He has been training BJJ for over six years.David is also a motivational and inspirational speaker, life coach, martial arts and fitness trainer.

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If cancellation happens prior to five business days before the booked event, 100% of the payment is refunded.

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