Most of us approach the holiday season with excitement and trepidation. Will family members be on their best behavior when sitting down for dinner? What if that toddler niece goes on a rampage, tearing open every gift in sight? Or you pull burnt cookies out of the oven just as your hypercritical sister comes knocking? Even if we don’t have to endure such overt scenes, family coming together wakes up old habits we often too easily slip into given the slightest provocation.
This short workshop offers you a playful roadmap out of these dreaded holiday scenarios so you can arrive newly with your family! Weavers Way Health & Wellness Committee members Rachel Kriger and Esther Wyss-Flamm will present a way of looking at this time of year and enjoying the family in a way that is grounded in the science of acupuncture and mindful movement that includes specific tools to maintain your sanity.
>>FREE. Pre-registration is required. REGISTER HERE.
Rachel Kriger, M.Ac., L.Ac. is a pediatric and adult acupuncturist practicing in Mt. Airy, PA. She helps people of all ages feel more ease in their lives physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. If you are looking for gentle and effective holistic care for yourself and/or your kids (newborns through teens) please feel free set up an appointment. More information at www.PointsOfReturnAcupuncture.com. Rachel can also be reached by calling 215-495-3229 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Esther Wyss-Flamm, PhD, MEd, E-RYT, has been teaching yoga, breath awareness practices, and mindfulness tools to individuals and groups in the Philadelphia area for 12 years. She also takes this work into organizational settings to promote mindful leadership, which she believes is essential for personal and group effectiveness. She teaches her much-loved monthly restorative series in the winter. Visit whiteflameyoga.com for more info.
This program is organized by The Weavers Way Health & Wellness Committee. The WWHWC is dedicated to exploring and educating the Co-op community on a wide variety of health resources and modalities. The committee includes, but is not limited to, professional practitioners of both conventional and natural or alternative disciplines, and welcomes anyone interested in physical, mental, spiritual, and collective well-being. Learn more about this and other Co-op committees.
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