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Resilient Movements For Grief

September 19 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am

$35

RESILIENT MOVEMENT For GRIEF

Regain Your Power & Support Healing

Animal Intuition is proud to announce a unique opportunity for those who have experienced a recent loss by partnering with Julia Kranz to teach this Resilient Movements Class.
Exercises will be accessible for all and will include breathing exercises, simple movements and mindfulness practices all within a safe environment. The philosophy behind the class is to help you notice your body so you can:
– Release Tension
– Reduce Arousal
– Tolerate Sensation

This results in heightening your body awareness so it can focus on regenerating and healing from your trauma. This class is designed to be supportive, uplifting and empowering. Come, be among us in a safe, private, nature filled setting.

About Julia:

Julia Kranz, LGSW is a licensed social worker and has a special certification in trauma-informed yoga.
Registration:
– $35/person
– Register by September 5th!

This is an exclusive class and by invite only and limited in size. If you received an invite, you may invite trusted friends to accompany you. Upon registration and payment, you will receive a class confirmation.

This class will be held outdoors at a private location in Prior Lake, MN, weather permitting using social distancing practices.
Contact Jenny to register:
– (952) 484-4396
– info@animal-intuition.com

*** If you are interested in attending this class but did not receive an invite, please contact me to add yourself to the list for future classes.

Special Notices:
a) We’ve taken special care and are compelled to assure you that this class is NOT designed to access emotions or traumatic memories. We recommend these important types of activities be directed to trained professionals in counseling and mental health.
b) This is a human class. Please leave your pets at home.

Details

Date:
September 19
Time:
9:00 am - 10:30 am
Cost:
$35
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Organizer

Jenny Gott