Visioneering: A Repeatable Process for Achieving Goals
In this webinar, you are going to receive an introduction to a process called Visioneering. After, you will have a deeper understanding of how our mind functions and what mental tools you have. With proper strengthening, you can use these tools to enhance anything from your professional practice to your personal health and fitness. You will gain an understanding of how you can use visualization for yourself personally and in your practice.
Whether you have a goal or you are interested in creating a goal, this webinar will leave you feeling inspired and uplifted to go after worthy goals that will help you grow into the individual you want to become.
- Introduction to what is Visioneering
- Understanding of how our mind functions
- Introduction to mental faculties vs sensory factors
- Understand the purpose of goals and how to develop proper goals
- Application and use of visualization tools and skillset
Register below and join us for this insightful 60-minute session with Kayla Baran
MPT, B.Kin, AFCI
Kayla is a physiotherapist and entrepreneur from Regina Saskatchewan. She graduated with distinction in 2015 from her bachelors in Kinesiology majoring in Humans Kinetics and Adapted Movement Science. She completed her Masters of Physical Therapy at the University of Saskatchewan in 2017. Kayla believes that it is essential to have a holistic approach to health and wellness. She enjoys using acupuncture, myofascial release and education as part of her treatments. Her areas of special interest include visualization to enhance motor function, goal setting to achieve ideal health and wellness as well as the sensitive nervous system and stress. She has been studying Mind-Body research and participating in numerous courses since 2018.
As a Treaty Four person, she is passionate about upholding the Truth and Reconciliation Act and working towards better health care. She incorporates the use of the medicine wheel into her practise by addressing the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of an individual's health. Her goal is to promote health and well-being as preventative medicine across a person’s life span. She believes that effective treatment includes education and empowering our youth to create a healthier future. Kayla enjoys studying personal development, physical fitness, camping, fishing and traveling with her husband Nick.