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Wake up and take back your life!

Do you feel your life is going nowhere?

It’s like you come home to an empty apartment, with bills piled up. Last time you went on a decent date was ages ago.

You go to parties and feel invisible and the people you do meet don’t really interest you.

At night you can hardly sleep, and in the morning you dread going back to your dead-end job.

Have you looked in the mirror and liked the person you saw recently?

Would you like to shut off the constant chatter in your head?

It’s like you are sitting there and life is passing you by. You don’t even recognize yourself any more.

You don’t want to continue living like this.

Wouldn’t it be great if you could actually enjoy yourself a bit for a change?

Do you know its possible to feel different?

I know its possible because I have been there myself and I know exactly how you feel.

So I created this fun filled experiential gathering just for you.

Join me and a select group of fellow adventurers on May 22nd in Albany and we will explore the following and more:

-playful exercises to put a smile on your face and improve your relationships

-effective breathing and visualization techniques to help stop the nagging voices in your head

-creative practices to help you feel better about yourself and your life

-joyous movements to make you feel more alive, energized and happier in your body

– Fun freeing activities to lighten you up, reduce stress and negative thoughts

-juicy practices to vent and release negative emotions

-powerful exercises to enhance your creativity and boost your self-esteem

Give me 3 hours of your time and I ll introduce you to a calmer, more confident, contended you.

What are you waiting for, come join me.

Space is limited. Sign up now.

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10440863_10204824840117289_774970544172109953_nHamid R. Baghaie , is a life coach and intuitive who helps his clients awaken their greater personal power. An aikido black belt and reiki master, he received his B.Sc. in computer science from University of Toronto. An avid writer, Hamid started his coaching practice in 2010. When not doing improv theater, and designing web sites, he spends his free time exploring the latest personal development technologies.