Courses explore relationships for women

Jodi Seery, Shift Life Design, relationship workshops for women

Jodi Seery is ready to help women who are finished with relationship drama and disappointment, and are  ready to experience love and life transformed.

A divorce and relationship coach with Shift Life Design, Seery is teaching a three-part  relationship series called Relationship+ology, in both live and virtual formats.

“The course is designed for women who are ready to release old patterns, put down the relationship struggle and step into their peaceful confidence, grace and irresistibly to own their unbound possibility,” said Seery. “It is an opportunity to connect with a community of spirited and dynamic women who share some of their journey and their desire to live fully as their truest, most authentic and magnificent selves.”

Seery said classes will involve practical tools, lessons, discussion, action steps, supportive materials and plenty of what she calls medicinal laughter.

The live sessions take place Nov. 26 and Dec. 10, rom 10 a.m. to noon at In You Go Inspiration Store and Wellness Studio in Armstrong.

Virtual one-hour classes via telephone take place Tuesdays from noon to 1 p.m.

Class details, full curriculum and registration can be found at

For every woman who registers for the series, Seery will donate $5 to the Vernon Women’s Transition House as part of her “give back” business philosophy.


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