December Meeting (Mon, 12/8/14, 6:30-8:30 pm): Relax, Rejuvenate and Share Some Holiday Treats! It’s a Yoga/Meditation Fusion Night with Catina Richardsen!It’s time to Renew You! Rejuvenate, relax and let all those holiday stressors roll off your back. Bring your favorite holiday treat to share and take a much-needed time-out while enjoying an evening with, Catina Richardsen LMHC, who will lead us in a unique fusion of meditation and yoga.
Catina has served the Monroe County community for nearly 15 years in the role as Licensed Mental Health Counselor. She is a Certified Child-Centered Play Therapist with a vast background, which includes; working with young children who struggle with emotional & behavioral difficulties, and collaborating with parents, teachers, pediatricians, and other involved providers.
Her vast background includes working as a school counselor for 3 years, teaching a college Health course "Foundations of Health & Wellness" at MCC for 7 years, and teaching group exercise classes (a Certified Group Fitness Instructor) at World Gym for 9 years. She has completed 8-week training course in a Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction with Michael S Kramer, MD, FACP.
Be sure to bring your Yoga mat (or a beach towel) and favorite holiday treat to share for our Mediation/Yoga Potluck Fusion Night!
“You can’t stop the waves, but you can learn to surf.”
January Meeting (Mon, 12/12/15, 6:30 – 8:30 pm): It’s The Rochester Holistic Moms Network’s Second Annual White Elephant Party!Here ye, Here ye! Come one, come all and join in on the fun of The Rochester Chapter Holistic Moms Network’s Second Annual White Elephant Exchange! Wrap a gently pre-loved or new item that could be loved and appreciated by another and pick one especially for you! It’s a new year and a time to recycle, repurpose and relax.
Bring a warm smile, a good joke and a great gift to exchange!
Light refreshments will be provided! See you there…
“We must be willing to get rid of the life we've planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us. The old skin has to be shed before the new one can come. ” ~Joseph Campbell