This workshop will focus on identifying your ideal path forward working with your current circumstances in order to create realistic goals, remove road blocks, all while encouraging self-compassion. The workshop will conclude with Reiki + Yin Yoga to allow your mind and body to connect and process your plan.
This workshop is based upon multiple backgrounds to bring a wholistic lifestyle approach. Foundations include:
Wellness Coaching to cultivate goal-setting, options for removing road blocks, and self-compassion
Traditional Chinese Medicine to identify your unique approach and what works for you, and how that changes throughout the year + how yin/yang can create a toolkit to pull from as needed
Japanese Reiki healing to balance your energy / chakras
Yin Yoga to restore your physical and mental focus
For Clients: • Clinically approach your body • February Wellness Workshop • Quarantine Toolbox • Wellness Lab at a Glance
For Small Businesses: • Next WE Collaborators event
Clinically Approach Your Body
It’s been a long time that we’ve been encouraged to stay at home which, of course, leads to aches and pains from changes in physical activity on top of mental and emotional stressors.
This month I’m bringing a clinical way to address IT band (outer thigh/hip) issues at home through a group workshop. In addition, an evening virtual Yin Yoga class is now added to the schedule on Tuesdays from 7:30-8:30pm ET beginning February 9th.
Stay connected from wherever you are, and let’s support each other on our Wellness journeys!
Discomfort and dysfunction of the outer thigh is not uncommon, but we often get frustrated on how to deal with it ourselves. This workshop will provide tools for assessment and management of these symptoms so that you can move more freely and with less pain. The workshop will conclude with Yin Yoga to gain a broader sense of release.
Quarantine Toolbox Find everything Virtual with Erin Clyne, LMT
Virtual classes & workshops, Virtual 1:1 appointments, and Wellness Packages can all be browsed in one location.
Reiki + Yin Yoga Virtual Group Class
This LIVE virtual class is great for beginners and those seeking to focus and de-stress.
Discomfort and dysfunction of the outer thigh is not uncommon, but we often get frustrated on how to deal with it ourselves. This workshop will provide tools for assessment and management of these symptoms so that you can move more freely and with less pain, and will conclude with Yin Yoga for a broad sense of opening.
This workshop is based upon multiple backgrounds to bring a wholistic lifestyle approach. Topics will include:
Tips for assessing where the dysfunction is coming from
Self care methods to help symptoms that could be stemming anywhere from the low back to the foot
Yin Yoga focusing on acupressure points to further open tense channels
Mental health has been pushed to the forefront as we navigate these times of COVID. There are conversations using the term “pre-COVID” and all of the concessions that we have to make with ourselves and others. It’s important to recognize how we can cope so that we can start living among these changes, while still looking with hope towards the future.
Dr. Vinod Suresh offers both Psychotherapy and medication management via Telehealth appointments so that you can meet your mental health needs. Request a free 10min consultation and book an appointment by email, or call (551) 233-9003
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Massage Awareness Week October 25th-31st
Massage is beyond a luxury. It has been shown to aid both physical and mental health whether for 15 minutes or 90 minutes.
Why are sessions offered in as little as 15 minutes? These sessions are geared more for acute injuries such as an ankle strain which is a relatively small joint and affected area. For issues regarding the neck, I usually recommend at least a 30min session since it usually also involves the chest and shoulders – possibly even into the low back.
Why would you schedule a 90min appointment? Often our physical tension is related to our mental tension and we need additional time for the brain to register that it’s time to relax in order to let the muscles release. It can also be for those who perform rigorous exercise or long computer work days that accumulate muscle mass or tension that takes a bit longer to respond and retain the change that we’re looking for. Most often, if you’re looking for a full body massage and you want to address a specific complaint, I recommend a 90min appointment.
Check out some brief handouts on how massage can benefit you below: