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Qigong for Health & Healing

Qigong is a great form of preventive maintenance for your 3 bodies: physical body, energy body and spiritual body. It includes body tapping and vibration (to move blood and energy in your body), meridian stretching (to help open any blockages in your energy channels) and exercises to build power in your lower dantian (core/lower abdomen). This class will include a music meditation and various movements which can be done on the floor or a chair (provided).

The next 6-week series begins on Tuesday, November 2nd, 2021 from 12:00 - 12:45pm. Click HERE for registration information. This class is offered in collaboration with the Watertown Public Library.

Increase Resilience with Mindfulness & Emotional Intelligence

This 4-week class will teach you basic mindfulness and stress reduction tools, help you understand your emotions and triggers, and increase your ability to respond more positively to people and situations. Participants should plan to attend all four classes and have their video turned on during group discussions.

Registration is required, and you will be signing up to attend all four sessions. Space is limited. Please note: If you have taken this class before, please do not sign up until the day before the class begins, if space remains. We want everyone to have a chance.

Facilitated by Stephanie Venizelos, Certified Wellness Practitioner and Community Wellness Program Manager for the Watertown Health Department.

Click HERE for registration information. This class is offered several times throughout the year, in collaboration with the Watertown Public Library.

Beat the Winter Blues

A 2-part workshop offered in December and January.

Many people notice a decrease in energy and enthusiasm during the winter season. This workshop helps people understand what Seasonal Affective Disorder is as well as the commonly experienced slump many experience during the winter months. Coping strategies will be presented along with effective treatment options. Taught by Susan Axe-Bronk, PhD.