February 16-18, 2018 – Three day women’s retreat
Sign up TODAY! Registration closed January 19th. Visit our EVENTS page.
What kind of food will I eat?
Life’s Trail supports clean eating, and we will build community by preparing meals together! Enjoy soups (vegetarian, meat, creamy), salad fixings, bread, cereals, oatmeal, and fruit! Snacks will also be available, including nuts, fruit, and chocolate. 😉
Will I share a room?
Where is the retreat located?
What is typology?
Typology breaks personalities into letters that give insight into the personal uniqueness we are all born with. The letters join to form 16 combinations, our own personal operating systems! I is for Introvert. E is for Extrovert. N for Intuition. S for Sensing. F for Feeling. T for Thinking. J for Judging. P for Perceiving. Each participant will complete the typology test, and it will be interpreted by Noreen.
“Knowing what mine is has allowed me to understand and accept myself on a level that took a lot of pressure off. I meet up to who I am, and that is perfect for me. For example, I am A, half I and half E; if my E side gets mail and I am invited to a party, I’m going! But, if I wake up with my I the day of the party, I will be unlikely to go because it may be too overwhelming for my introverted side.”
What do you mean values?
Your values is what is important to you, REALLY important, to who you are and your goals in life.
“Knowing my values has helped me to live with greater direction for myself, to understand why I react a certain way at times. My number one value is AUTHENTICITY. When I first started looking into values, I said “ family”. But your values aren’t about other people. For me, my family gave me space to be authentic. Now I can live true to me.”
Why should I care about typology or values?
“Without awareness, there is no choice. Knowing more about myself has given me my own personal blue print. The more information a person can become aware of about themselves gives them the ability to make choices with a greater awareness.
When I was 35, I sustained a back injury that changed my world. I was told to live with it. If I had accepted that, it scares me to think where I would be 24 years later. But, I know in my heart there was more than I was being offered. Now, I’m 80% better, productive, and a very busy John F. Barnes Myofascial Release Therapist. My mission statement is “to offer people information so they can make choices for themselves with awareness.” I don’t claim to know everything, but personal growth is my #2 value!”
What’s a life coach?
Can you name a more important challenge than life? When we want to get in shape and need help we find a coach, to encourage us, hold us accountable, support us, be there with us on the journey, the trail. Coaches help us grow to reach our highest potential.
“I have coaches who have helped me in personal and professional arenas. I have worked through major obstacles that held me back. Coaching has helped me to reconnect to my authentic self, which I only thought I was doing before. I was on the right path, but coaching gave me even more tools and offered support and encouragement. It can be ugly (it was ugly for me), but I knew I wasn’t alone or judged. I faced a monumental break in my soul from my childhood, and I was looking at all the ways it created pain in my life. Now, I’m whole, the little girl, the angry girl, and the responsible woman. Now, I have a steadier foundation to live on as my new, beautiful, whole self.”
What if I have never done yoga?
No worries! Noreen Young and affiliates are here to support you on your journey, at your pace! Learn to release with yoga catered to your ability.
Please contact Noreen with any other questions or concerns!