Scholarships available contact Maryliz@marylizaustin.com
$125 per person or $135 with lunch option
Suitable for all levels whether new to yoga and mindfulness or an experienced practitioner.
The day consists of various ways to invite mindfulness and present moment awareness into one’s life. Presenters will incorporate traditional sitting and self inquiry, gentle movement & sensory awareness outside and practical tips for enhancing relationships. There will be three modules during the day with breaks and time for a leisurely lunch. Social silence will be encouraged throughout the day to enhance the experience.
The first module will be led by Regina Flanigan, LCPC, Integrative Therapist for Individuals, Couples & Groups and Mindfulness Teacher. She will be reminding us how to be aware of what is going on—in our own mind and bodies, in our relationships and in the world around us. From this starting point, we can begin to pause and respond to our lives with more emotional balance, wisdom and loving kindness.
Module two will be led by Julie Kaus, LCSW-C, Psychotherapist, Yoga Teacher & Mindful Outdoor Guide. We will let nature teach us how to reconnect to the living earth through gentle yoga movements, mindful breathing, sensory awareness, nature meditation & Forest Tea Ceremony. Spending time in nature can be a powerful antidote to the stress of modern living & is an essential part of a healthy & balanced life.
The third module will be led by Mary Liz Austin, LCPC, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner & P.A.C.T. Couple Therapist. She will be teaching us how social engagement is a natural way to regulate the nervous system, how to become more aware of who you feel safe with and why and learn ways to co-regulate with a child, partner, friend or favorite animal.
Take time for yourself through inspiration, nourishment and self care.