Yoga and the 4 Stages of Healing: Rest, Restore, Rebuild, Remember
Therapeutic Adaptive Yoga for People Living with Chronic Illnesses / Autoimmune Diseases
Karen O'Donnell Clarke, B.S., ERYT500, PYT1000
You’ve lost something. You’ve lost your vitality. Maybe it slipped away overnight. Or maybe it seeped out of you so slowly that it’s hard to remember what feeling good feels like. Sometimes the body needs to rest. And illness is one of the ways that can happen.
So, rest is the first principle. And not just any rest, but the kind of rest that allows the body, mind, and senses to relax and let go. Why? By relaxing all the systems of the body, you create the right conditions for the body to restore itself.
When you feel stronger and more vital, the second principle, restoration, gradually increases movement activities with gentle joint movements, stretching and breathwork with the intention of moving toward health and well-being on all levels.
The third principle, rebuild, continues with gentle yoga, stretching and strengthening poses, as well as lifestyle modifications to support your growing strength and overall well-being. This includes creating a vision of wellness for yourself and your intention for health and wellness.
The forth principle, remember, is a commitment to your wellness plan. Feeling well is a lifelong pursuit. When we feel well, we have energy to participate and contribute beyond the bounds of our body. The forth principle, retain, is the freedom principle. Freedom to be who we are truly meant to be: loving, generous, involved with our family and friends, and active in our communities.
This workshop, Yoga and the 4 Stages of Healing: Rest, Restore, Rebuild, Remember, combines learning with doing so that you take home a commitment to lifestyle modifications and practices that move you closer to freedom.
This is an all levels event that provides CEUs for certified yoga teachers. Open to serious students of yoga, yoga teachers, and individuals who want to feel good again.
Saturday, June 12, 2014 10:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Centerspace Wellness Studio, 46 Lebanon Road, Bozrah, CT 06334
$129, Save with early bird pricing through June 30th. Use code: EARLY. Additional $10 for Yoga Teachers CEUs paid to teacher at workshop.
Register at: www.mkwcenter.com
Karen found the healing path of yoga as a teenager more than four decades ago. Yoga has informed her life ever since, enabling her to thrive after her diagnosis of multiple sclerosis in 1997 and more recently cancer in 2012. She has lived the 4 Stages of Healing repeatedly during her lifetime journey toward freedom.
Karen has advanced certifications from Kripalu 500 hrs and Integrative Yoga Therapy 1000 hrs. She has been teaching community yoga classes in southeastern Connecticut since 1996. Karen developed Therapeutic Adaptive Yoga for Multiple Sclerosis YTT which she has presented nationally since 2003. This is now an approved Module 3 for the IYT 500 hr program. Learn more at www.yogahealsus.com
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