Find Your Calm

Stephanie Prima – Contributed photo

Here’s a message from Stephanie Prima…

You’re working in a stressful job, taking care of kids, aging parents, or all of the above. You’re helping out a few non-profits here and there, and fighting your unsettling anxiety and frustration with our country’s current political mess. It seems like you’re getting less and less done, feeling pretty worn out, and barely hanging on by your fingernails. Does that about sum it up?

I know what that feels like because I’ve been there. But I found something that has helped me improve my focus, my energy, my sleep, and my overall well-being. It’s moving meditation, and that’s why I created a class called FIND YOUR CALM. The class is on Mondays, beginning April 17, 5:15 – 6:30, and runs for 6 weeks. This spring session will be held at the lovely Island Art Collective, top floor of the Cannery Landing, 100 Front Street.

Yah, I know, you think you can’t meditate because your brain won’t calm down. That’s the point of ‘moving’; it’s much easier to reach that peaceful state when you’re focusing on the simple, gentle moves that I’ll teach you, and the sensations in your body.

In fact, it feels so luscious, you’ll find yourself actually setting aside time to do it because my intention is for you to have these simple tools to use on your own, anytime, anywhere. And with regular practice, you’ll learn to focus better so you get more done; prioritize to spend your precious time on the things that are most important in your life; energize your life force so you can get through the day without feeling depleted; and improve your general outlook on life. Moving meditation offers all the things that traditional meditation does, but I find it to be much more gratifying – but of course, I’m biased.

If you’re ready to take control of your life and your health, you can register by going to this link and clicking on FIND YOUR CALM. The session is $97.

Email me or call if you have questions,
Outreach [@] MoveIntoMindfulness.com 360.317.1448.

No ‘ohm,’ just ‘A-h-h-h.’

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Tim Dustrude

Just another part-timer - Part time photographer at ThisIsOurTown.com and Dustrude.com, part time graphic artist, part time blogger at Occasionally a New Photo . And now... full time editor at The San Juan Update.