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Here 1.0: Cultivating an Everyday Mindfulness Tool-Kit
February 17, 2018 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
An event every week that begins at 11:00am on Saturday, repeating until March 17, 2018
Here 1.0: Cultivating an Everyday Mindfulness Tool-Kit – Practices for greater health, vitality and personal effectiveness
Begins Saturday January 13th 11:00-12:30pm
8 Week Session ends Saturday March 17th
(no class February 10th & 24th)
This course is designed for “helping, healing and business professionals;” teachers, counselors, social workers, administrators, physicians, nurses, alternative health-care providers, business owners, leaders. Are you looking for greater health and effectiveness on a daily-basis? From this course, you will walk away with a Mindfulness Tool-Kit of everyday mindfulness practices you can utilize in your daily personal and professional life for before, during and after your workday.
Your Everyday Mindfulness Tool-Kit will include;
• Breathing (pranayama) practices for balancing and lifting the mood;
• Embodiment practices that synchronize mind/body/spirit to feel energized and balanced; • Standing, walking and seated meditation practices for calming and focusing the mind;
• Asana practices for regeneration, strength and vitality.
This Mindfulness Tool-Kit is designed to increase your daily experience of increased health, vitality, presence and personal and professional effectiveness.
Rebecca Sophia Strong, MA, LMHC, RYT200 is a Contemplative Psychotherapist, Social Artist and Yoga Teacher. Rebecca holds a Master’s degree from Naropa University in Contemplative Psychology/Psychotherapy; is a trained systems-based group-facilitator; and is trained in the Hakomi method of body-centered psychotherapy. Rebecca has studied with Kira Sloane of Yoga Anytime and is a graduate of the Asheville Yoga Center for Hatha Yoga. Rebecca’s personal training in mindfulness began in 1995 with Hatha Yoga and overtime has grown to include the practices of; Aikido, the 5 Rhythms, Contact Improvisation dance, Shambhala meditation, the New Cosmology, Animas Valley Nature-Based Soul work and Tibetan-Buddhist meditation of Shamatha and Vipashana. Rebecca has been leading and teaching groups since 1997 through her Movement As Medicine body of work. Rebecca works full-time as a Mental Health Counselor and teaches yoga in Niagara and Erie Counties. Rebecca cherishes time in nature, loved-ones, laughing, dancing, coffee with nutmeg, and sharing mindfulness practice with others for the sake of creating a more peaceful, just, sane and happy world. She can be found at