Rediscovering the wisdom of your body and breath opens a gateway to discovering your power to create life-changing habits that can support you in living an incredible life.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
Exhale – In Motion is about learning and developing new skills to enhance your emotional, physical, and spiritual wellbeing while reducing the impact of traumatic stress, burnout and anxiety.
This 6-week program integrates trauma-informed behavioural science with a body-oriented approach to healing through the practices yoga and mindfulness with third-wave cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) in a safe and accessible environment.
You will learn how to connect deeper with what is most important to you, accept what is outside of your control, let go of behaviours that no longer support you, and grow towards living an authentic, purposeful life. All bodies and abilities are welcome in this program. This is about YOUR movement and where your body and mind can take you. We will move our bodies through different asanas (postures) which will help us bring our minds and bodies into unison. In this program, we will focus on alternative ways you can process painful experiences and move forward in your life with passion and purpose.
The group allows you to connect with new people and practice skills together in a structured group. The focus of this program is not physical fitness but will provide you with simple yet powerful skills to enhance your psychological flexibility, and maybe a little physical flexibility.
Participants will ideally attend all 6 sessions as each session is designed to guide you into a deeper present moment awareness and development of mindfulness to promote emotional balance, intentional living, and overall well-being.
Limited spaces are available in support of creating a safe and comfortable environment.
EXHALE Yoga Therapy
Mondays 6:00pm - 7:30pm
October 17 - November 28, 2022
*No group on October 31*
Cost: $100/session ($600 total program)
**This program may be covered by your Extended Health Benefits Plan.
Check with your provider to see if you are covered for Social Work Services.
Receipts from this program can be saved and submitted as medical expenses on your Income Tax Return.**