Boston, Mass. (PRWEB) April 15, 2010
Bestselling author Lynn A. Robinson, http://www.lynnrobinson.com, will lead a three-day workshop at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, Friday through Sunday, May 21–23. Ms. Robinson is a professional intuitive who consults to individuals and businesses. Her books include “Divine Intuition,” “Trust Your Gut,” and the recently released “LISTEN: Trusting Your Inner Voice in Times of Crisis.”
Lynn teaches that intuition is a ready source of direction available to all of us; an invisible intelligence that animates our world and helps guide our lives. She consistently receives high marks for the depth of her content, the good-natured, down-to-earth style in which she delivers it, and her winning sense of humor. Typical reactions to her presentations include this from Juliann Grant, Executive Director, Massachusetts Women in Technology “She was the keynote speaker for our largest regional event, and she was fantastic!”
Workshop participants at Kripalu will learn how to trust their “inner voice” and interpret intuitive signs such as feelings, symbols, words, dreams and physical sensations. Ms. Robinson says that when you know how to listen to your inner voice, “. . . you have a reliable source of wisdom that will guide you through the inevitable crises of life toward your hopes and dreams.”
About Lynn A. Robinson
Lynn A. Robinson, M.Ed. is one of the nation's leading experts on the topic of intuition. She's a popular and widely recognized author and motivational speaker who works with businesses and individuals as an intuitive advisor, offering insights into goals, decisions and strategies. Clients usually call her when they're in the midst of change and transition.
Lynn has been recognized by Boston Magazine, where she was voted "Best Intuitive" by readers and editors. She's been sought out internationally by entrepreneurs and executives for her intuitive advice and counsel. Her "Gut Truster" seminars prompted USA Today to write, "Robinson has been retained by companies large and small to help their employees learn to use their intuitive nature.”
The Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, http://www.kripalu.org, is located in the Berkshire Mountains of western Massachusetts.