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Soothe + Restore: Yin Yoga
Weekly Drop-In Class
Thursdays 8:00 - 9:00 pm
Join us for the ultimate self-care experience: a weekly yin yoga class to calm & balance you in body, mind, and mood. You'll love the sense of deep peace & restoration that it brings. Research shows yin yoga to be effective in reducing stress, tension, fatigue, anxiety & depression, while enhancing sleep quality & emotional well-being. Come feel it for yourself! This class is for designated for adults, though teens are welcome to join.
$15 per class - pay at each class. Drop-in style: no commitment or pre-registration necessary
Very gentle; all levels and abilities welcome; mats & props provided. View the flyer here.
Yoga + emotional
wellness for teens
Winter II Session Begins March 8
Thursdays 5:30 - 7:00 pm
BALANCE is a unique class for teens workshop for teens that combines therapeutic skills for managing emotions with the philosophy and practice of yoga. The first 30-40 minutes of each session will be spent in skill-building and discussion, drawing from therapies such as DBT, ACT, CBT, and MBSR. Topics covered include mindfulness, distress tolerance, managing relationships, working with challenging thoughts, self-soothing, compassion, and more. We will then engage in a relaxing yoga practice. Previous experience with yoga not required, though interest in yoga is helpful.
Registration for the next round of BALANCE opens soon.
Contact & Teacher: Carryn Lund, LMSW, RYT. Email email@example.com
Fridays 11:10 am - 12:00 pm
Begins April 6, 2018
$270 for 10 sessions (pay for 9; get 10)
Friday Refresh is a weekly offering for psychotherapists designed to recalibrate the nervous systems at the end of each week. We combine breath work, guided imagery, gentle movement and chanting to resource therapists and to provide an experience of community support and care. The practice aims to decrease vicarious traumatization and increase resilience, satisfaction, and joy in our work.
Contacts: Carryn Lund, LMSW, RYT at firstname.lastname@example.org or (734) 224-3822 x 106; Sharon Gold-Steinberg, PhD at email@example.com or (734) 996-9065
Mindfulness + Yoga for Middle Schoolers
Wednesdays 4:45 pm - 6:00 pm
February 28 - May 9, 2018 (no class 3/28)
$250 for 10 sessions
Mindfulness is a mind-body awareness practice that fosters calmness, focus, emotional regulation, & compassion while decreasing stress, anxiety, & depression. Yoga combines mindful awareness with flowing movements between postures that balance, strengthen and heal the body & mind. Together, yoga and mindfulness form a powerful toolkit for 'tweens and teens, helping them navigate the challenges of today's world with composure and resilience. By teaching practical skills for health & happiness in a positive & supportive environment, this unique program cultivates well-being from the inside-out.
Registration is open! Register online.
Mindfulness for Kids
Tuesdays 4:30 - 5:30 pm OR 5:30 - 6:30 pm
February 6 - April 17, 2018 (no class 3/27)
$220 for 10 sessions
This unique 10-week program teaches kids research-based practices for staying calm, gaining focus, managing difficult emotions, being kinder to others, and navigating the ups & downs of life. The mindfulness-based curriculum includes games, yoga, art, & other dynamic activities to make learning these valuable life skills fun. We keep it small (limit of 5 per group), providing a supportive, engaging, growth-promoting experience for each participant. Sign up today to empower your child with tools for well-being & success!
Geared towards children ages 6-10; inquire with questions.
Registration is open! Register online.
Group for LLMSWs
Third Wednesday of Each Month
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
This monthly supervision group aims to support emerging therapists in both deepening core clinical skills for effective interventions as well as developing skills for emotional resilience. Each two-hour session will include discussion of a chosen reading, clinical skill building, consultation on cases, and engagement in a relaxing contemplative practice (meditation, breathing, yoga, etc).
Skills, topics, and readings will include topics such as mindfulness, emotion regulation, vicarious trauma and will draw from current knowledge and research. Participants will be able to guide topics to tailor to their needs. Participation is limited to 6; $75/month.
This group is currently running and is open to new members on a rolling basis. View flyer here.
Contact Carryn Lund, LMSW, RYT at firstname.lastname@example.org to register.