Vix Meyer, local personal development coach, is holding a Personal Development Weekend Retreat at Wells Gray Inn where participants can take part in group discussions, awareness activities and personal learning for those who want to de-stress, enhance communication skills and improve personal and professional relationships. Photo submitted

Personal Development Weekend Retreat coming up

By K.A. Pendergast

Have you ever been stressed? I am sure most of us can answer that question with a resounding yes. There is a solution for that right here in Clearwater.

I know you are surprised. Well, Vix Meyer, local personal development coach, can help with that stress. There is a Weekend Workshop Retreat coming up on April 26-28. Where is it happening you may ask? It is at the Wells Gray Inn in Monroe’s room.

This retreat can help you get in touch with the reasons behind many feelings. You can improve your relationships and de-stress. Sounds awesome, doesn’t it?

Meyer has many exercises and techniques for making individuals feel at peace. The meditation exercises are just one of the many ways she can help people sort out their own issues and the underlying causes for some of those problems themselves.

She can help teach you to make yourself a priority. I know sometimes we all need that. She has hosted retreats for years and her experiences have taught her just how much people need to get that time for themselves.

That is just part of what a personal development coach can do for you. The term is really pretty self-explanatory. She helps make you aware of what is going on in your world and empowers you to take charge of that.

All the while coaching and improving your general lifestyle. Many people can benefit from taking a chance to have help working out some inner problems and finding peace with all those things that build up over time.

The chance is out there to change that cycle now.

For more info please contact Vix Meyer 250-674-1798

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