the modern apothecary
Taking Mindfulness Mainstream!
With anxiety, depression, stress and suicide all on the rise, there is a growing need to preserve and protect ourselves and our loved ones with resources, tools and practices to support work/life balance. Mindfulness practice supports mental well-being by showing individuals how to create space within so they can effectively navigate the peaks and valleys of life.
When you SIT with us, our mindfulness practitioners meet you where you are to guide and support you through the journey within to help catapult you toward living a life you love.
The Modern Apothecary by November Nichols is a luxury wellness maison located on Atlanta's Eastside Beltline inside the historic Paris on Ponce. Our practitioners and staff are all about assisting our clients with acknowledging their greatness and helping to tap into their innermost desires, goals and dreams. Every product and service we offer is focused on being kind to yourself and treating yourself better- mind, body, and soul. We support you in growing your mindfulness practice while cultivating compassion and self love in our calm, nurturing, relaxing environment.
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Women throughout history have gathered in circles to empower each other and share wisdom. When we come together with intention, untapped inspiration is revealed.
A moon circle is a safe and sacred space for women to come together, use their voices, be heard and be seen. This is the perfect time to set our intentions for the moon cycle ahead while releasing what is no longer serving and connecting to our inner lives. Rejuvenate your feminine spirit with sacred rituals, sisterhood, and meditation! This is a Special Event! October 30, 2018 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
A stillness journey revolving around gravity (power) and your breath’s flow (finesse) honoring balance and harmony while immersed within a practice of giving yourself Permission (vulnerability) to Surrender (courage) as you create space (potential); allow space and your gifts (talents) to unite and then gracefully accept your gifts and thrive in that space (emptiness/potential) from moment to moment. Give yourself Permission to truly “let go of” or surrender that which does not serve your space such as the illusion of insecurities, self imposed resistance and limitations which have the ability to cast a shadow upon your greatness and obscure the space for your talents to flourish. Classes begin October 23, 2018 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm.
You don’t need magic to be magical! If you transform your thoughts, you can transform your life. Learn how to nurture an empowered mindset to transform negativity into motivation and mediocrity into greatness. Let’s create the lives we want to live. Class begins September 17, 2018 7:15 pm - 8:15 pm.
Mental clutter disrupts our balance and causes a disconnection in all parts of our lives. Come take a break from problem solving and information overload. Spend some dedicated time resting your mind so you can always find a little piece of clarity in your day. Classes begin September 18, 2018 11:00 am - 11:30 am.
Where vision lives, so exists possibility. Our “inner sight” provides opportunities for outer manifestations. When we consciously go inside to dream and vision, we are more intentional creators and that brings us closer to our most authentic selves and to more meaningful lives. Class begins September 19, 2018 7:15 pm - 8:15 pm.
This course is designed to identify what our core narratives are and how they are showing up for us on spiritual, emotional, biochemical and physical levels. We will move through acknowledging, evolving and breathing through as we take responsibility for our own conscious healing.
Lay the foundation
Identify the narrative
Edit the narrative
Acknowledge internal power.
Delve into personal philosophy
CBCT® Cognitively-Based Compassion Training, is a cognitively-based training using analytical meditation and systematically works to cultivate compassion. Through progressive meditation exercises (beginning with the development of attentional stability and progressing through various analytical meditations), one gains insight into how one's attitudes and behaviors support or hinder compassionate response. The practice of CBCT intensifies the desire to help others, allowing compassion to become more natural and spontaneous in one's everyday life. It also helps increase personal resiliency by grounding one in realistic expectations of self and others. This is a 16 hour training with CEU’s available for professionals. It was developed at Emory University in 2004 by Geshe Lobsang Tenzin Negi, PhD, and is now being broadly implemented and researched world-wide.
Dates and Times:
November 16th 10:00am -12:00pm: Overview and Resting in a Moment of Nurturance
November 30th 10:00am -12:00pm: Module I -Attentional Stability & Clarity
December 7th 10:00am - 12:00pm: Module II -Insight into the Nature of Mental Experience
December 14th 10:00am -12:00pm: Module III -Self-Compassion
December 21st 10:00am -12:00pm: Module IV -Cultivating Impartiality
January 11th 10:00am -12:00pm: Module V -Gratitude & Affection
January 18th 10:00am -12:00pm: Module VI -Empathic Concern & Engaged Compassion
January 25th 10:00am -12:00pm: Dig a Little Deeper, Refections & Closing Meditation
CEU’s: additional $50 paid to Emory University upon completion of course (GA LPC board recognizes 20 CE Core Credits **please check with your licensing board to find out conversion of credits to be applied for your specific license)
**Limited space to the first 12 that register!