MINDFULNESS MORNING @ THE MONASTERY
Living Life Fully with Amy Elias, MS- A Mentor's Mentor
MINDFULNESS MORNING @ THE MONASTERY: St. Josaphat's Monastery of Lattingtown
Do you want to be able to help yourself and those you love:
- Get out of the spiral of self-judgment and into a more present and connected frame of mind
- Stop feeling threatened by negative emotions
- Embrace suffering to enable healing
- See past limiting beliefs
- Use mindfulness to treat Depression, ADHD, Anxiety, IBD, Relationship Concerns, Sleep Issues etc.
We will use a combination of movement, cognitive behavioral work, journaling, neuroscience and breath work to rewire, recalibrate and reinvent your path to living and loving life fully. Through lifestyle medicine we are able to re-gift you the life you were meant to live. Your appointment with Life is now.
MINDFULNESS TUESDAY MORNING
Tuesday, July 2nd, 9am-1pm
St. Josaphat's Monastery 1 East Beach Drive, Lattingtown, NY
Bring an unlined white papered journal, colored pens-craypas-crayons, yoga mat, your own mug, snacks you love and wear some comfortable clothes.
RSVP to 516.369.3171 or OFFICE at 516.869.3338
CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED-$80.00
A vegetarian lunch is included from Rising Tide Natural Market of Glen Cove, New York.
A LIttle Bit About Me: Amy
I am a Mentor's Mentor. My work lies in the field of "lifestyle medicine" and it's impact on every area of life. Many people don't have the successes they desire in one area or another in life. I have mastered the art of understanding the inner world of the mind and it's mindset; identifying and understanding the mechanism of what's going on in relationships and the psychology of the power of influence. With keen listening and intuition I am able to be your "Block Buster' and unclog what stands in your way. I help people reach peak performance- their optimal blueprint.
As an inspired educator, wellness expert, motivational speaker and keynote, 30-year veteran yoga teacher, natural-living expert and entrepreneur I see potential in all things- how we live, who we are, and what makes us-us. A favorite saying of mine is, "I Can See Your Bright Spots. Can You"?
The skills I draw upon include mind/body, behavioral, cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, mindfulness, existential, nutritional, neuroscience, mindset, holistic and lifestyle medicine, personal empowerment, parenting, and/or yoga philosophy and it’s therapeutic application. This is what I use to "Live LIfe Fully" in all times of life.
I am the founder of Amy Elias Inc: Live Life Fully to help you to evolve, expand and emerge. and presently working on two books. The first, "Eat. Sleep. Move. Pray. Love. - Your Escort Service To Turn Your Life Around.-A Signature System To Live Life Fully" The Art and Science of Epigenetics and the other on my research and conclusions on the controversial topic of Suicide.
HISTORY OF PROPERTY OF MONASTERY
In the early 1900's the North Shore of Long Island was home to the rich and famous. Ormston House was built for John E. Aldred between 1910 and 1918. This 74 room Tudor Estate on 117 acres had 2 gate houses and a stable. It was built by Bertram Goodhue, renowned American architect celebrated for his work in neo-gothic design and lavishly landscaped by Frederick Law Olmsted, father of American landscape architecture.
As per Wikipedia: Situated atop a sloping hill, it commands a magnificent view of Long Island Sound. J. E. Aldred constructed this estate at the same time, and adjacent to, the former W. D. Guthrie estate, Meudon. Aldred and Guthrie were both friends, who together purchased the town of Lattingtown. They then demolished all of the homes and businesses in the town to create their estates. Although Lattingtown no longer exists with a town center, there are some remnants of its history. The original Latting House, for whom the town was named, still remains today and is privately owned. Ormston is still in good shape, but Meudon has been demolished and replaced with private homes. Listed on The National Register of Historic Places, it is now Saint Josaphat's Monastery. Amy Elias utilizes this property and space for personal transformations and corporate get-aways to unplug and recharge.
St. Josaphat's Monastery Tea House, Glen Cove, New York
A little history on the once wealthy estate, and now part of the St. Josaphat's Monastery: "In Lattingtown, one of the wealthiest communities in the country, there is a 118-acre estate whose residents have taken vows of poverty. It is St. Josephat's Monastery, and the Basilian monks who have lived there since 1944 use the 74-room mansion as a place of quiet prayer. The mansion had been owned by industrialist J.E. Aldred until he went bankrupt in 1942. A bank seized it and found no buyers until the order of Basilian monks snapped it up for $75,000, a a bargain even then."