A workshop for people who spend time caring for others.
Calling all moms, dads, teachers, doctors, nurses, personal care aides, kids of aging parents- come learn and practice ways to serve yourself with yoga. As caregivers (people who provide direct care) we can lose track of our relationship with ourselves. Spend time with a group of other caregivers exploring ways to reconnect.
This workshop will offer asana (poses), meditation and self inquiry (journaling and group work). The asana portion of the class will incorporate flow and restorative poses. It will increase your awareness and touch your heart. Bring a journal and pen and come as you are!
Elizabeth Levine MD, RYT 500, certified Baptiste Leader
Liz is an internist (physician for adults) and a yoga Teacher. She has been practicing yoga and medicine for years and is currently a hospitalist at Northern Dutchess Hospital in Rhinebeck. Always caring for others she noticed that she left herself behind. She began to question “Who am I when I am not in service to others?” Using the practice of yoga she learned that reconnecting with herself enables her to reach new heights in relationships and her work of service. Liz’s classes are filled with movement, exploration, curiosity and self inquiry. Her hope is always that her students leave open and transformed.