Welcome to the Heart and Soul Academy
for Body-Focused Repetitive Behavior (BFRBs) Living Skills
We hope you will join us this July for the 24th Annual BFRB Retreat!
Please click the Retreat links above in navigation to discover more about this wonderful event.
The Academy offers Online, Live Video Classes in Mindfulness Based Impulse Reduction for BFRBs - for Adults, Teens, & Children, instructed by Christina Pearson, and also host various working support groups to aid us on the road to recovery. Our only in-person event at this time is the Annual BFRB Retreat, a profound 3-day immersive experience. To learn more about classes or the Retreat please click the navigation links. Our goal is to reduce BFRB related suffering and increase options for those who are seeking support and recovery from hair pulling, skin picking, cheek biting, nose picking, lip picking, nail-biting and related problematic behaviors.
* For those that register prior to June 20th, you'll receieve a $185 discount and access to our online Mindfulness Impulse Reduction Class at no cost! (~$400 saving)
You've thought about it for years - now is the time to change your life!
Hear from past participants about their experience in attending these retreats and the changes it has forever made in their lives.
What are BFRBs?
BFRB stands for Body Focused Repetitive Behaviors; which is an “umbrella term” developed to encompassing pseudo-grooming behaviors such as hair pulling, skin picking, nail-biting, etc.. The concern may arrise when this behavior then becomes a comulpsion which can lead to long term suffering.
2018 Annual Retreat
July 19th - 22nd, 2018 at Sunrise Ranch in Loveland, CO
The Heart & Soul Academy Annual BFRB is a full experiential program designed to help you transform behaviorally, psychologically, emotionally, and spiritually, with the goal of stepping into "your own shoes," and becoming fully yourself!
We offer online, live, interactive classes, for Adults, Teens, Children, and Parents. All our classes teach various levels of Mindfulness Awareness Training, and build upon this foundation with useful BFRB-related concepts, strategies, and practical living skills that help you build a road-map for long-term recovery.