Going Anti Viral – What’s in your Medicine Cabinet?
Building Resiliency and Increasing Vitality with Supplements, Herbs, Yoga and Breath work with Robin Anderson and Melissa Barnet Sign up here
Wednesday, April 15th, 11-12:30 pm Cost: $40
Offered Live Via Zoom and will be recorded for viewing after the session
We are all feeling extra stress these days. Every day there seems to be more scary news about Coivd-19 and how we should be thinking about keeping ourselves, families, and communities safe.
Now more than ever it’s time to learn new methods to support yourself and your family. Join Acupuncturist and Chinese Medicine practitioner, Robin Anderson and Yoga Instructor and Coach Melissa Barnet for this interactive 90-minute workshop offered via Zoom.
Together we will:
❖ Learn more about the Covid-19 virus, what makes it unique, and how to build resilience against
❖ Hear about Robin’s top 10 herbs and supplements to add to your wellness arsenal to help
bolster your immune system.
❖ Learn breathing techniques to help increase the flow of Qi (pronounced chi) and increase the
health of our lungs.
❖ Practice and gentle Yin Yoga sequence created to support our lungs and digestive system and
❖ Enjoy a 15-Minute Guided Meditation, to help soothe your nervous system.
Robin is a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist in both California and Washington State. Bringing a diverse range of interests and experience to her practice, Robin comes with a background in anthropology, body kinetics, and biomedicine, all which inform her practice.
Her specific interest and intent with Chinese medicine is to create space and capacity within each patient so they can reach their full potential and live the life they envision. Currently on maternity leave, she is slowly pivoting her practice to focus on almost exclusively on women’s health, and the seasons of their lives that often are minimized or ignored. This includes perimenopause, menopause and especially
Myofascial Release with Sara, Friday, 2/21 6:00-8:00 pm $30 sign up here
Come breathe, relax, let go, and make space with a delicious, short yoga practice, followed by a long slow, myofascial release practice, incorporating tennis balls, blocks and other props. Leave feeling refreshed, peaceful, clear,and nurtured.
Harmonic Restoration and Australian Wildlife Rescue Benefit with Michelle Gorman and Joan Uemura Shure
Friday, March 6th 6-8 pm Cash or Check donations only please preregister here
Thai Yoga Bodywork with Beth Moon
Contact Beth at firstname.lastname@example.org or 425 891 9632 for more information or to schedule bodywork!
Contact Betsy at http://macwhinney.com/massage.html for more information or to schedule a massage!
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