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• What we'll do Chair Yoga, with Registered Yoga Teacher Julie Lain-Trilling Thursdays Time: 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Fee: $12/class or Special Price: $60 for 6 classes ($10/class) No one will be turned away for financial reasons. Please speak to the teacher to make an arrangement. Come and learn the many ways to use a chair to help open, align, stretch and strengthen your body. Chair Yoga is a gentle practice open to all. It is a particularly good class for people with physical challenges, limited mobility, seniors, pregnant women and those recovering from an injury. As the name implies, students will practice primarily sitting in a chair with options to stand. Since our society sits so often, Chair Yoga is a great way to learn asana (postures) to do from a desk, car, or any other time you're sitting. Chair Yoga is incredibly relaxing in part because of the heavy emphasis on breathing techniques and relaxation. Students work in and out of asana to increase strength and flexibility while allowing ample time to rest and integrate. Julie, RYT, Certified Childlight Yoga Instructor, has a deep love for guiding others towards self-appreciation, compassion and empowerment. She has completed the 200-hour HA-THA Yoga Method teacher training with Delia Quigley and Denise Kay and also received her certification in Chair Yoga. Julie recently attended Nationally acclaimed Childlight Yoga trainings on Yoga and Mindfulness for Children, Advanced Teaching Concepts for Yoga and Mindfulness for Children and Yoga and Mindfulness in Schools. For more information or to purchase tickets, please contact (973)[masked] or [masked]. • What to bring Yoga mat, if you have one. Bottled water to stay hydrated. • Important to know
On the fourth Saturday of every month, come watch a powerful and inspirational movie with your like-minded friends! Everyone is welcome as we enjoy an uplifting movie and share enlightening conversation. We are offering a safe environment to share our thoughts and ask questions around spiritually and our connection to the world. The cost to attend is $5 and we ask all those attending to please bring a Potluck dish for all of us to enjoy as we get to know each other and make new friends. This month's movie is Inherit the Wind In the 1920s, Tennessee schoolteacher Bertram Cates (Dick York) is put on trial for violating the Butler Act, a state law that prohibits public school teachers from teaching evolution instead of creationism. Drawing intense national attention in the media with writer E. K. Hornbeck (Gene Kelly) reporting, two of the nation's leading lawyers go head to head: Matthew Harrison Brady (Fredric March) for the prosecution, and Henry Drummond (Spencer Tracy) for the defense. Facilitated by: Linda Mitchell and Debra M. Hollinrake, Practitioners & Partners of The Tree of Health Center. Register at www.ttohc.com. Form more information, please contact (973)[masked] or email [masked].
The Tree of Health Center's Book of the Month Club Come with one book choice for members to read. Any genre is welcome. Meet fellow lovers of the written word and enjoy engaging conversation. All within a cozy environment at The Tree of Health Center (TTOHC). This month's book is The Broken Girls by Simone St. James Register at www.ttohc.com. For more information please contact (973)[masked] or email [masked].
Monthly Smoking Cessation Sessions using Hypnosis First Wednesday Monthly 6:30-7:30 p.m. $25 Health Investment The mind and body are not separate; what effects one effects the other. ~ unknown Nicotine addiction is one of the most prevalent health problems that society has been facing for the past 100 years. What compounds this problem is that nicotine addiction a combination of the substance’s mood enhancing effects and the avoidance of withdrawal symptoms. But clearly, the greatest problem is that conditioning has occurred in the life of the user and habits have formed. The idea of having a cigarette with the morning cup of coffee, on break with fellow co-workers, or at the end of the day while relaxing with family or friends is ingrained into the routine of the day. Hypnosis is a tool that allows the mind to behave intentionally; to direct one’s life back on the course to health. Hypnosis is effective in assisting the mind to work with the body during the time it recalibrates itself to a more healthful standard. It accomplishes this in many ways: • Supports the motivation to stop use • Creates a new neurological pathway between mind and body • Introduces new behaviors beneficial and returns the body to a nicotine-free state • Modifies behavior to change formerly self-destructive habits • Restores concentration during the day without nicotine use • Changes behavior without substituting one addiction with another i.e. food, nicotine gum, the patch, vaping, etc. • Allows the mind and body to sleep more fitfully and completely This is a group hypnosis session offered monthly and is open to all. One time may be all that’s required but returning subjects are always welcome as they continue the effort to become nicotine free. For information or to register, call (973)[masked], email [masked] or go to https://ttohc.setmore.com/bookclass.