Thriving in Stressful Times

Combat the stress in your life with help from the library’s four part series on Thursday nights in April:

April 2: Mind/Body Approaches to Recognizing and Managing Stress

Watertown Center for Healing Arts

A panel of four practitioners from the Watertown Center for Healing Arts – psychotherapist Michael Keane, acupuncturist Jeff Matrician, yoga therapist Edi Pasalis and master herbalist Tommy Priester – will explore different mind/body strategies for recognizing and managing stress to create health and well-being.

April 9: Herbal Remedies for Stress Relief

Tommy Priester, Master Herbalist

Reclaim your natural health through the mindful use of plant medicine (herbs), nutrition, flower essence, Heart Mind Integration Method and homeopathy. Identify practical life style changes needed to bring the body, mind, spirit, emotions and soul back into balance with Tommy Priester, master herbalist.

April 16: Yoga and Meditation for Stress Relief

Edi Pasalis, RYT

Learn to use basic yoga and meditation techniques to feel more calm and positive about life even in the face of challenge or difficulty. No experience necessary. Beginners welcome!

April 23: Back Care Basics

Phoebe Barnes, RYT

In these uncertain times many of us take on the stress and it lives in our bodies as back pain or neck soreness. Yoga and breath work can help us here with simple exercises that take tension out of the body and help us center on what’s most important. Come to this workshop with Phoebe Barnes RYT to learn skills and stretches to take home to help with back and neck care.

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