Jaime Robbins

July 26, 8:30am - 10:00am EDT. Hosted at The Music Hall Loft

part of a series on End

About the speaker

Finding Freedom

A cancer survivor’s guide to ENDing restricting belief systems to discover a life of authenticity and possibility.

Jaime received a cancer diagnosis just two days after giving birth to her son. She says that the morning she was diagnosed was the day she started showing up for her life by questioning everything.

Through story-telling and journaling, Jaime will take our PKX Community down a path of individual self-discovery. In order to find freedom from angst and anxiety caused by familial and societal standards, Jaime believes we have to dive deep into our authentic selves to uncover our unique wants and desires. She maintains that by taking a closer look at what we believe to be true and uncovering its intention, we can choose to put an END to old belief systems that no longer serve us and create new systems that do. The choices are simple shifts in perspective that can lead to big change.

Once we END our outdated ideology, we can operate from a place of freedom-of-self where there is more opportunity for fun, creativity, productivity, and happiness in our lives.

Jaime is a writer, speaker, yoga teacher, and cancer survivor. She has been published in Mantra Magazine and is an ongoing contributor for HuffPost.

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Additional details

This event is free, but advance registration is required. Registration opens at 9am on the Monday before the event. Please sign up for our newsletter to be notified when registration is open.

The event is held at The Music Hall LOFT. Doors open at 8:30. Coffee will be served 8:30-9am. Talk begins at 9am and event ends at 10am. There is abundant paid parking behind the Music Hall Loft and on surrounding side streets.

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