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COMMUNITY

WORKSHOPS

   General Workshop Information
  Workshops are a great way to deepen your self care skills, to learn about your body, and to build community- come join us!

All workshops require pre-registration, and if there is a charge for the workshop, pre-payment to reserve your place.

Unless specified otherwise, there are no refunds for a workshop.  You may give your registration to somebody else who will participate in your place.

A minimum number of participants are required for each workshop to take place.  If a workshop is cancelled due to low registration, there will be some advance notice.  In case of cancellation due to low registration, pre-paid workshop fees are transferable to other workshops/services or refunded.

 
Next Session: Thursday, July 31, 6:30-8:30 - note date change!!!   Bring any kind of partner - your spouse, your best friend, your parent or child, and explore yoga times two!

This all levels** Yoga workshop begins with a centering opportunity for you to connect with yourself and your yoga partner.  Then, gentle yoga poses will help you warm up individually.  Following our individual practices, enjoy exploring how your two bodies come together to create fun, supportive yoga poses.  You'll practice supporting your partner and receiving support from your partner.  At the end of the partner practice, we'll join as a group for a community meditation.

You don't have to be super-strong or super-flexible to do this practice, and as with all of Lucinda's classes, you'll be offered modifications to suit your level of experience and your body's needs.

6:30-8:30 p.m.     $40 for two people
Partner Yoga Workshop-  Upcoming Dates- come one or come all!
Thursdays: August 28, September 18, October 2, November 6, December 4

To register: call 651-235-8254 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

**The class is all-levels, but please note the studio is not wheels-accessible.    
Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation   Embodied Health and Hito Bodyworks present a workshop in mindfulness, exploring various ways to experience the benefits of a life lived with attentive awareness.  We will practice meditation techniques as well as movement-based approaches to caring for the body and mind.   Teacher: MC Kunz is a massage therapist, Trager (R) Mentastics practitioner, yoga instructor, and long-time meditation student.  She is interested in awakening to the interconnectedness of all things in existence, and brings a simple and easy-going approach to her instruction. Sunday, July 27, 2014   10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

$50 if registered by July 19; $60 thereafter
call 612-275-9714 to register and for payment information
 
Embodied Health Gives Back To Our Community! Class Pass Donation Program: Since 2012, Embodied Health's class pass donation program recycles the unused value of expired class passes by creating and donating new class passes to local non-profit or social justice organizations, to be used for staff self-care. Past recipients include: Take Action Minnesota (2012) Silent Auction Donations: Embodied Health has donated many gift certificates for massage therapy and yoga services to various organizations for silent auction / fundraising purposes. Past organizational donation recipients include: Saint Paul Public Schools Foundation; Take Action Minnesota; Twin Cities Women's Choir; Children's Home Society & Family Services; Second Debut; and Individual Fundraisers. 

Community Yoga:Embodied Health has brought yoga to the community at several organizational health fairs and at community events, including Open Streets Saint Paul's inaugural year (2013). Look for Embodied Health on Saturday June 14, 2014 at the Dance Stage (Myrtle Street Area) during the Green Line Opening Day festivities for the Raymond Ave. Station area; we'll have a Community Yoga Performance at 11:30 a.m.!

Food Drives and School Supply Drives: From 2008-2010, Embodied Health organized food drives and school supply drives with donations directed to Keystone Community Services, a human services organization serving families in St. Paul.  
Seminars for Corporations and Non-Profits.   Whether a brown-bag lunch seminar or an employee wellness committee event, consider inviting Embodied Health to present enriching and timely information on wellness and self-care to your staff. Here are some of the seminars Lucinda has presented in the past:
Eliminate Pain Naturally!
Self-Care Strategies for the Workplace
Yoga + Movement @ Work
Shape Up With Yoga
Relaxation Through Yoga
References can be provided for any of these sessions
Embodied Health is also available to provide onsite massage and onsite yoga classes at staff development retreats and organizational wellness events.
Contact Lucinda for pricing and scheduling details.

 

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COMMUNITY PROVIDERS

When making recommendations to other providers, Embodied Health considers how the provider's values and knowledge of intersectional social issues will impact the work they offer.  Within those considerations, here is a list of health care providers that  we feel are an excellent complement to the services we provide at Embodied Health. 

Trauma Healing
Thea M. Lee, LLC (Somatic therapy for trauma healing)
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Natural Health and Fertility Center
Reproductive & Fertility Focused Acupuncture
www.naturalhealthandfertility.com

Three Treasures Community Acupuncture
www.treasures3.com

Chiropractic Care
Dr. Chris Hanson @ NE Community Chiropractic

www.necommunitychiro.com