Yoga for Empowerment: A Six-Week Series for Women

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Yoga for Empowerment: A Six-Week Series for Women

September 18, 2019 @ 6:15 pm – 7:45 pm
YWCA Greater Green Bay - Baer Room
230 South Madison St Green Bay WI 54301
Kristina Shelton
920-432-5581 x167

Join us for a special workshop from the Women’s Empowerment Center at the YWCA Greater Green Bay!

Yoga for Empowerment – A Six-Week Series for Women

Let’s face it – stress is inescapable and it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and conflicted by the challenges of our hectic, yet deeply precious, daily lives. In this six-week session, our group will explore profound practices from yoga that shift the way the body, mind, and spirit responds to stressors. Each class includes a short teaching, discussion and a physical yoga practice appropriate for all levels. Join Beth Heller, MS, for this unique yoga series that has been shown to reduce anxiety in participants by 20% over the course of six weeks. Together we’ll discover tools for ROCKING our daily lives from a place of compassion and power! Space is limited to 15 so register today! Women only please. Click the “TICKETS” button to register.

Price: $65 for all 6 sessions

Wednesday evenings from 6:15-7:45 pm

Session Dates:

  • September 18th
  • September 25th
  • October 2nd
  • October 9th
  • October 16th
  • October 23rd

Dress comfortably for gentle movement. Bring your own yoga mat or one will be provided for you.

Beth Heller, MS RYT is the Strategic Partnership Manager for Wello, a local non-profit dedicated to using the science of well-being to help communities thrive. In that role, Beth works to forge and support collaboration that results in equitable, inclusive and innovative efforts to move the needle on well-being for all in Greater Green Bay. Her education background includes a Masters Degree in Nutrition from the University of Illinois at Chicago and 20+ years of experience as a yoga and meditation teacher.  In 2003, Beth co-founded Pulling Down the Moon, an integrative healthcare business in Chicago focused on women’s health that has been recognized in the New York Times for helping change the standard of medical care for fertility and pregnancy. Beth continues to oversee operations of these centers. Her passions include travel, reading, writing, and watching anyone – anywhere – play soccer.