Energy from within – yoga for environmentalists
Everyone needs energy to make it through the day. Whether you are a community activist, a home-maker, a care-giver, or a civic servant, you know the importance of self-renewal when you want to do your best.
As our bodies age, though, energy tends to decline. Exercise reverses this trend by activating every system that gets used in the physical activity that you perform. Yoga exercises are especially helpful. By releasing tension, stimulating all the major organs, and working consciously with the breath, yoga restores vitality and a deep sense of optimism. Simple practices of relaxation and concentration complete the exercise equation, adding a new dimension to physical fitness: grounding in restful alertness.
Workshop: Sunday, June 17, 3-5 pm
Learn timeless techniques for contacting your reservoir of energy and inner peace at the Stress Management Center, 1165 Magnolia Avenue, Larkspur.
Instructor: Stuart Moody, M.A., Registered Yoga Teacher and Transition Director for Green Sangha
$20 for the workshop (free for Green Sangha members).
To register, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (510) 532-6574.
“I came away with a greater appreciation of the power and importance of meditation and mindful thinking. I felt more centered and now realize that rather than ‘taking up time,’ meditation actually gives us back time as we gain more focus, clarity, peace and energy to take with us in our busy lives.” – Julie Dowling, co-founder of Sustainable San Ramon