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Integrating the Mind-Body Connection into Social Work Practice (1.5 CEs)
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Yoga has long been used as a healing technique but just lately has it started to make its way into clinical practice. Join Ruth Moss-Katsnelson, LMSW, ACSW, RYT-200 to learn about the medical research and neuroscience behind why yoga has been a healing technique for mental and physical health.

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When: June 5, 2019
7:00 - 9:00 pm
Where: 36 Mystics
361 E. Maple Rd.
Birmingham, Mich, Michigan  48009
United States
Contact: Abby Segal
215-280-6144

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The ancient Mind-Body practices like yoga have many health benefits, especially when combined with Western medicine and mental health interventions. This presentation will focus on the medical research and neuroscience behind why yoga has been a healing technique for mental and physical health. Special attention will be paid to clients suffering from Post -Traumatic Stress Disorder and on human service workers who are dealing with secondary stress. Participants will have an opportunity to learn yogic breath practices, as well as chair or standing postures that are safe, and adaptable to the clinical setting.

 

No yoga mat is necessary.

 

This workshop is FREE for NASW members and $20 for future members. 1.5 CEs available. 


Contact Abby Segal (avivabatia@aol.com) to register for this event. 

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