In The Mix with The LAB Method

CHECK OUT more offerings from The LAB Method:

  • Polly’s spring LAB schedule is here and registration will start on Wed, February 27th at 9am. Keep your eyes peeled for your spring LAB invite email!

  • Check out our video featuring the first Life Support deck of cards we’ve created in partnership with UCSF in service of families who have received an epilepsy diagnosis.

  • New LAB Method Group for moms of babies and toddlers led by Lani Yadegar starting Friday April 19th. Find out more & register here.  


  • Stay Tuned for our new Holy Shift! podcast that’s in the works and app that will allow you to carry Polly in your pocket, coming this June.


  • Check out our completely new website here!

  • Join us on Facebook and Instagram

  • Shop for our Feel & Deal Telegrams and What Can I Say? cards in our store

INTRODUCING… Lani Yadegar, CPCC our newest addition to the LAB Method team!

Lani is a group facilitator and producer of The LAB Method newsletter. She works with Polly on a myriad of projects that are in the works. Lani has been coaching and working with people around communication, emotional intelligence, and how to craft and design healthy relationships in the workplace, in marriages, and in family systems for over a decade.  She is a certified coach through the Coaches Training Institute, a graduate of the Hakomi Institute of California in mindfulness based somatic psychotherapy and she is trained by the Matrix Leadership Institute in group facilitation and group systems.  Read her full bio here.

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Let’s be honest.  Getting shit done is seductive. There’s even a high that’s drenched in pride that I’m sure we have all felt with a checked off to-do list in our hands. 

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