In what areas of your life are you comfortable? Comfortable with conversations? Comfortable with the way things are? How can you compassionately disrupt old patterns, habits and, in current times, systemic injustice?

During this session, Ericka led us through an open dialogue about signals in our body that tell us it’s time to compassionately disrupt our comfort zone and step into our higher self — where the magic happens.

NOTE: This session was pre-recorded and is not a live event.

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ABOUT ERICKA

Ericka Jones is a Global Inclusion & Diversity Business leader at Cargill. She’s responsible for supporting Cargill's Global Enterprises & Businesses to develop comprehensive strategies to increase diversity and build and sustain inclusive behaviors.

Born and raised in Lincoln, Nebraska, Ericka is forever a Cornhusker! She attended the University of Nebraska and earned a B.A. in journalism. Ericka has also lived across the eastern part of the U.S.

Ericka teaches yoga part-time and is a lululemon ambassador at the North Loop location. Bringing mindfulness and inclusion into spaces is her purpose and passion. It requires a looking at one's "self" in order to lead with inclusive behaviors that impact the whole.

Ericka's journey of bravery began the moment she experienced fear. Fear of being labeled, stereotyped, excelling and failing. Through personal development and yoga, she began walking the road of courage to cultivate bravery. 

“Bravery is not the absence of fear. Bravery is feeling the fear, the doubt, the insecurity, and deciding that something else is more important.” – Marl Mausou

ABOUT OUR FACILITATOR

Adrienne VanZomeren helps oversee our online communities and is a longtime Still Kickin volunteer and pal. By day, she's a clinical psychologist specializing in depression and anxiety, a researcher studying the impact of early life adversity, a professor teaching graduate and undergraduate students, and a yoga instructor. She completed her Ph.D. at Harvard Medical School/Boston Children’s Hospital, which we think is pretty dang cool. By night, she can usually be found watching “Dateline” on the couch with her boyfriend and her 14-year-old German Shepherd.