Dr. Shefali- conscious parenting expert is coming to Vancouver Sunday, May 27th

Does parenting sometimes feel overwhelming and exhausting?

In Dr. Shefali’s New York Times best-selling books she brings a fresh perspective to the parenting landscape, challenging the current paradigm it is steeped in and turning it on its head. Provocative, daring and evocative, her approach teaches parents how to raise themselves – first – into the most empowered and conscious before they hope to raise their children.

Dr. Shefali believes that parents need to learn to heal their own emotional baggage and raise themselves into an elevated state of awareness before they raise their children.

Dr. Shefali teaches parents the value of true connection over correction – eliminating archaic ideals of control and punishment.

To celebrate and share her remarkable work, my friend Kate Muker is hosting Dr. Shefali for a truly powerful evening where she will share a radically different approach to parenting that has transformed the lives of so many families. Whether you have a baby or a teen she will help you discover a new path to parent without fear or anxiety, learn to end the conflict and motivate your children through connection.

If you are ready to shift the way you approach parenting you need to attend Dr. Shefali’s event in Vancouver on Sunday, May 27th!

How my connection with my children has been positively impacted by Dr.Shefali’s book, The Conscious Parent


When I read The Conscious Parent this book was truly a gamechanger. It helped me shift the traditional way I felt I was “supposed” to parent and transformed the way I parent into more of a mindful approach.

Dr. Shefali believes that our children are born to us to create deep internal transformation within us.

When I read this, I couldn’t agree with her more.

I have learned so many things about myself as a result of being a parent. My girls have taught me many lessons I never would have learned on my own. And most of these lessons weren’t easy.  In fact, it’s usually in the moments where I’ve been immensely triggered that I’ve had to reflect back and ask myself what is this trying to teach me, about me?

I discovered after reading the book that when I’m parenting from an unconscious state the effects this may have on my girls is long-lasting and can be very negative. However, when I recognize that sometimes my frustration isn’t actually about them but my own issues, this is when I become conscious of my actions towards them which leads to more connection with them.

When we parent consciously we positively raise our children with less control and more embrace.

Embracing them for who they were created to be, rather than molding them into who we want them to be.

In other words, when I parent from a more conscious state I feel far more connected with my girls. As a result, I struggle with them less.

Dr. Shefalis mindful parenting approach has been immensely helpful in helping me raise my girls to be the best versions of themselves rather than the best version of the person I didn’t become.

For this reason, I’m so excited to see Dr. Shefali in person in Vancouver on May 27th. I love her radical approach to parenting plus her work has been praised by Oprah as revolutionary and you know how much I love the BIG O!

What you will learn: 

  • How to stop struggling as a parent and find more joy

  • How to deal with your controlling child

  • How to stop fighting over screens and devices

  • How to raise Motivated, Empowered, Resilient and Aware Children

  • She will answer your biggest parenting struggles during a Q&A


Click here to learn more and get your Early bird tickets: reg. $90 now only $75 and Couples $125

Get your tickets at drshefaliYVR.com

*I am a proud sponsor of Dr. Shefali’s event in Vancouver

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