Rapidly expanding research reveals that self-compassion is strongly associated with emotional well-being, less anxiety, depression, and stress. Self-compassion will help with good maintenance of healthy habits such as diet, exercise and satisfying interpersonal relationships.
This 8 week course along with one on-site retreat which will take place on Tuesday Feb. 13th from 2:30 to 6:30, will be based on the groundbreaking research of Kristen Neff and the clinical research of Christopher Germer. Their research teaches the core principles and practices which will enable participants to respond to difficult moments in their lives with kindness, care and understanding.
Lynne Henderson, PhD., is the founder of the Shyness Institute. Lynne was also the director of the Stanford Shyness Clinic for 25 years and a visiting scholar and lecturer in the Psychology Department at Stanford University. Everyone welcome. Registration required.
This group will meet for 8 sessions. We ask that you commit to attend all sessions for that time period, health permitting. Ã‚Â New members will be added until the third session of the group. Ã‚Â Group members may continue in the next session space permitting.
This class includes a gentle asana practice as well as restorative poses. No previous experience necessary. Please wear comfortable clothing. Especially for women who have/had cancer. Women supporters may attend as space allows. Everyone welcome. Registration required.
ABC Soul Line Dance class, with instructor Ifasina T. L. Clear, centers people of size and people with disabilities to encourage movement and joyful body engagement. The class has seated modifications and other modifications for varying ranges of motion to dance and move together in one space.
www.clear-understandings.com. Everyone welcome. Registration required.
Support group for African American Women with Cancer (Sister to Sister)