Events & Workshops

Thriving the Holidays

 

Sunday,  December 3, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

 

Presented by Carrie Whalen from the Peak Living

 

Carrie Whalen is a certified Health Coach through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.

The holidays are upon us! Preparing and planning can help make this time a time of Thriving, not overwhelming stress. Join Carrie and connect with others in discussion, learning ways to thrive.

We all want celebration and joy

Participants will receive a packet to take home that touches on these topics as well as a section with healthy recipe suggestions.

  • Take home simple gifts to use as tools to help your days be filled with joy and peace.
  • Connect with others as we talk, snack, and prepare to Thrive the Holidays.
  • Join a private Facebook page and get daily inspirations and stay connected through the month ahead.

$10 for workshop participants – $5 for extra packet and tools for family, friends, coworkers.

Snacks will be provided

Registration required at thepeakliving@gmail.com

Thursday, December 21, 7:00 to 8:15 pm

 

Celebrate the winter solstice with sweet meditation and offer up a donation in support of Renewal House.
Join Becky Harblin and Shannon Miller for a special evening at Trillium.

 

Sound Bath – Relax into the harmonic sound of traditional singing bowls. The use of sound frequencies for healing, inner balance, and empowerment is an ancient knowledge. Sounds such as Gregorian chants, and eastern meditations techniques have been used in religious settings for centuries. Science has shown that listening too highly harmonic music can charge the cortex of the brain, reduce respiration rate as well as heart rate, and lower brain wave activity. Meditate or just be soothed with the peaceful sounds of Tibetan Singing Bowls.

Yoga Nidra – The most deliciously mindful power nap you’ll ever take. Also known as yogic sleep or sleep with awareness, Yoga Nidra is an ancient practice intended to induce full-body relaxation, healing, and a deep meditative state of consciousness. The practice of Yoga Nidra is simple and there is no way to do it wrong. All that is required is a mat and blankets on the floor and that you lie down in savasana (corpse pose), close your eyes and listen without trying too hard. That’s it!  That’s all you have to do.  Simply be…
Contact Shannon or Becky for more information.
Pre-registration appreciated, not required, $15 donation.

To preregister, contact Terry at 315-265-5732 or terry@trilliumyogacenter.com