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FULLY ALIVE IN THE HERE AND NOW: A SPRING STRESS CLEANSE-May 2015

Sundays May 31 – June 21
2:00pm to 4:00pm

There’s nothing like life in the present moment! When our minds are at peace and our bodies are free from tension we see others and ourselves in the light of love and understanding and we feel in tune with ourselves and the world. This is our natural state, yet, over time, the stresses and pressures of daily life take their toll, leaving us depleted and disconnected.

In this four-week workshop, you will learn mindfulness and embodiment practices that will cleanse the clutter of everyday life and restore your vitality and resilience. Together we will practice stress-relieving meditations, guided visualizations, and meditative yoga that will reconnect you to your deepest self, the core of your being. We will also discuss how to integrate these practices into daily life.

Investment: $180 for all four weeks

Presenters
Bill Epperly, PhD, has been teaching meditation and embodiment practices across Chicagoland for over fifteen years. He teaches mindfulness at Loyola University and is on the faculty at Infinity Foundation in Highland Park. He is a lifelong student of eastern and western spiritual traditions as well as contemporary approaches to spirituality and healing.

Renee Zambo is a 450hr Yoga Teacher through Integrative Yoga Therapy, and has been teaching in Chicago for five years. From a young age, Renee has been drawn to the approach of yoga as therapy for its all-encompassing mental, physical, and emotional benefits. She works with individuals and groups to explore how yoga therapy can bring wellness into everyone’s life.

Space is limited and pre-registration is required.
To register, contact Renee at Renee@wholehealthchicago.com or 313-205-1992

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