Christine Ciona

Christine Ciona

Wednesday, 14 September 2016 12:05

Three things I learned on my summer vacation

Prologue: For 14 days this summer I left Saskatchewan, closed The KIVA Studio, cancelled all my Joy Guru Sessions, and headed by car to British Columbia with my mom.

A true story. For the past seven days my mother and I have been travelling from Swift Current to British Columbia and soon heading back again.

This is a true story. It is a Monday, I am sitting on my front step in the sun greeting the morning rays.
My laptop is on my lap. I am writing my article for the Prairie Post.

For the past week I have followed through with my tasks and to-do lists. I have facilitated my fitness classes and private sessions. I have followed up with my emails and connected with my clients. At the same time the deep engine that drives my life was not being nourished.

I have worn many hats in my lifetime thus far, from zumba instructor, to counselor and dramatherapist, to United Church of Canada minister, and health and wellness leader to name a few and there are some common themes I see in the people that I meet.

During recess at Oman Elementary School and also in Phys. Ed Class, I remember playing games, choosing teams, and picking sides. We are lining up. There are 2 classmates chosen as “captain”. They now have the power and responsibility to pick their teammates. My heart beats.

This past weekend I held a garage sale at my home. I imagined selling items.

Thursday, 09 June 2016 10:33

How to have the best garage sale...ever

This past weekend I held a garage sale at my home. I imagined selling items. I visualized myself greeting people and making them feel at home. I hoped to “space clear” items that I no longer used, and happily share them with others.

If you have met me you know that I am a creator. I love travelling at the speed of light.

Wednesday, 18 May 2016 16:01

A cancer, a clown and coming full circle

Last week: I was in North Battleford, Saskatchewan facilitating my soul jam collective — self-care retreat for nurses who worked for the Meadow Lake Tribal Council.

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