Path to Calm is delighted to join the State College Wellness Forum and will be offering free yoga breathing sessions to interested attendees throughout the day!
This 2nd Annual Wellness Forum is a great opportunity to meet Path to Calm and get to know many other fantastic complimentary healthcare practitioners and services in Central PA. Several practitioners will share their knowledge about nutrition, reiki, chiropractic, fitness, yoga, meditation, thermography, massage and various types of energy work. Please join us Saturday, October 14th from 9-3 at the Friends School in State College.
Tickets are $10 each and available at BeWell Associates, www.bewellassociates.com, or at the door the day of the event.
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Self Care is More than Just a Buzz Word: Yoga, Breathing and Meditation for Lawyers and Law Students
Those entering and working in the legal profession benefit greatly from tools that bring balance to the mind, body and spirit. This workshop offered as a part of the Penn State Law Mental Health and Wellness week, will guide students through the benefits of using these tools to find greater calm, balance and clarity throughout their lives.
Yoga for Changemakers
Yoga provides a map to change on the inside and can be a powerful path to support external changes - in our personal lives, communities, social and political environments. Join others for an afternoon of practice and community conversation about how yoga can inform change inside and out. *Music by Eric Ian Farmer
At a time when many are recommitting to working towards change in the outside world, taking time for practices that calm us, replenish our energy, and help us reflect on what actions we are each personally called upon to take can be essential.
Are you a yoga student or teacher, an advocate, activist, social service provider, volunteer or leader in your community who is interested in yoga as a tool for clarity and self-care in these changing times?
Music by Eric Ian Farmer
Refreshments by Webster's Bookstore & Cafe
Program: Yoga for Changemakers
April 1, 2017
1 pm Convening & Welcome ~ Music by Eric Ian Farmer
Breathe the Change ~ Breathing Practice
(practice may be taken seated on floor, in chair or reclined)
Group Discussion: Yoga as a method for navigating change
2:45 - 3:00 pm Embodying Change ~ Yoga as a Path Towards Change
Sharing & Highlights from Group Discussions
3:00 - 4:00 pm Music by Eric Ian Farmer
Visiting in Community ~ Refreshments by Webster's
All are welcome. No yoga experience necessary.
There is no charge for this event. RSVP below to reserve your spot.
Uncontrolled stress can contribute to everything from physical dis-ease and compromised mental health to burnout as a professional, activist and caregiver. Chronic stress can lead to inflammation in the body which is associated with the development and/or progression of many dis-eases: autoimmune dis-eases like rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and fibromyalgia as well as cardiovascular dis-ease, diabetes, gastrointestinal disorders, anxiety and depression.
Learn breathing sequences, concentration techniques and meditation practices to help reduce stress, increase energy and bring the body and mind into greater focus and ease. Led by Justine Andronici, certified TriYoga and Prana Vidya teacher, social justice activist and attorney who has successfully used her yoga practice to overcome the challenges of stress related autoimmune disease, anxiety, depression and burnout.
Learn techniques for conscious breathing, concentration and meditation for better health, mental clarity, and inner peace.
Explore the gifts of Prana Vidya and connect to the subtle energy in the body.
Practiced systematically, TriYoga breathing sequences (Pranayama), concentration techniques (Dharana) and meditation (Dhyana) practices are a path to deeper knowledge of yoga and greater well-being. Led by Certified TriYoga PranaVidya instructor, Justine Andronici, this workshop will explore Basics through Level 1 Prana Vidya practices.
Appropriate for all. Beginners welcome.
Saturday January 28, Triyoga of Central Pennsylvania, Boalsburg.