What’s the magic word? Balance.
We need stress in order to survive however unchecked chronic stress is bad for our physical health, our mental well-being and significantly increases risk of having a heart attack. Rushing to get it all done at home, work, in the community and for ourselves can leave us feeling “super-stressed”. Unmanaged, stress can wreck havoc on concentration, weakens the immune system, makes us cranky, damages personal relationships and can lead to burnout and depression.
The magic word is balance.
Experience exercises, introspective prompts and stress resilience building practices you can use at work, home and while out and about. Learn to set manageable goals, increase efficiency, improve flexibility, rest deeply, tune in and improve communication skills at work and in life. Learn how to properly unplug, treat your body right, distribute responsibilities, avoid over committing and discover your built in support system at home.
THE INSTRUCTOR, SARAH HIGGINS:
Teaching others to turn life’s stressors into productive energy has become the most passionate part of her teaching path. The last thirteen years have included public classes, private sessions, corporate events, specialty workshops, retreats, training teachers and teaching students at Madison College. She loves teaching others how to convert stress into healthy, productive energy because life becomes lucrative and luxurious when one’s mental and physical health, family life, work life and leisure time all sync together.
Sarah also teaches our popular Yoga for Anxiety series.
Saturday, February 25th 2017 12-2pm
The Studio DOWNTOWN (625 Williamson Street)
Members: $30 early bird before February 10th, $40 thereafter
Non-Members: $40 early bird before February 10th, $50 thereafter
**Cancellations that occur more than 14 days from program date will be charged a $10 cancellation/administrative fee. Cancellations less than 14 days of program date will receive a 50% refund – any cancellations within 48 hours or less of program date will not be refunded.