• Monday Night Yoga
    Multiple Dates
    Jan. 17, 6:15 p.m. – 7:15 p.m.
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    Mindfulness and slowing down is an essential part of Mental Health. Yoga can be an amazing compliment to Psychotherapy for everyone and every Body. This Hatha yoga is gentle and slow and is a wonderful way to calm the mind and slow your breath. Limited to 4 registrants per class.
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  • YIN/Restorative YOGA
    Multiple Dates
    Jan. 24, 7:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
    Hamilton, 97 James St N, Hamilton, ON L8R 2K6, Canada
    This is the time to rest, breathe and restore. Manage burn out, anxiety and find the slow with this hour on Monday evenings.
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  • Tuesday Morning Yoga
    Multiple Dates
    Feb. 01, 10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
    CCP, 97 James St N, Hamilton, ON L8R 2K6, Canada
    Mindfulness and slowing down is an essential part of Mental Health. Yoga can be an amazing compliment to Psychotherapy for everyone and every Body. This Hatha Flow is a faster paced more heated practice to jump start your day. Limited to 4 registrants per class.
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  • Eating Disorder Sensitive Training for Professionals
    Mar. 04, 10:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. EST
    Hamilton, 97 James St N, Hamilton, ON L8R 2K6, Canada
    This training course is aimed at offering education to social workers, therapists, psychologists, nurses, naturopaths and other mental health care providers, and other professionals in Health, Social and Human Services.
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  • Gifts of Imperfection Workshop
    Time is TBD
    CCP, 97 James St N, Hamilton, ON L8R 2K6, Canada
    Learn core strategies from Brene Brown's best selling book of the same title. Courage, authenticity, letting go of who you "should" be while exploring the role of perfectionism in your life are key themes.
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  • Sitting Comfortably
    Time is TBD
    CCP Unit 2A, 97 James St N, Hamilton, ON L8R 2K6, Canada
    This workshop will run for the 6th time this winter. This year has highlighted some of the challenges we face when we are not at ease in our bodies. This group aims to normalize tough conversations about how to take up space in a world that wants us to stay small.
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