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Nourish Your Nervous System

6-Week Online Series with Kathleen Pratt (she/her)

Nourish Your Nervous System

Mind-Body Practices to Reduce Stress and Restore Balance

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Join Kathleen Pratt for a 6-week online yoga series which combines the ancient wisdom of practices including yoga and mindfulness with current research.

No yoga experience is required.

A trauma-sensitive approach offers participants choices about how they practice, honouring their pace and comfort level.

You will learn about your nervous system, in addition to gentle movement, breathing, and mindfulness exercises to reduce stress.

These simple and effective techniques can be used to restore balance and promote recovery in the body and mind.

6-Week Yoga Series Details

When:

Tuesdays, March 5 – April 9 @ 11am-12:30pm MST | 1-2:30 pm EST | 6-7:30 pm GMT

Investment: $100 | $200 | $250 USD

For this series, we are offering a three-tiered pricing structure.

 

Please reflect on what you are able to pay and choose what is the best fit for you.
If you have the means please consider supporting someone who does not at this time.

No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

Community – $250 USD (supports your peers)​
Sustain – $200 USD (covers your enrolment)​ 
Support – $100 USD (supported by your peers)​


Included:
  • 6 x 90-minute Yoga Classes guided by Kathleen Pratt, CYT and social worker
  • 1-Year unlimited access to recordings of all 6-class series

Topics Covered in the 6-Class Series

  • Help your survival brain feel safe
  • Widen your window of tolerance
  • Stimulate your vagus nerve naturally
  • Restore yourself with nature
  • Apply the healing balm of self-compassion

Each 90-minute interactive session will include information, discussion and a practice of approximately 60 minutes.

Sessions (except for discussion) will be recorded with a replay available for one year. Resources for further exploration will be provided.

Please join us for this transformative series!

Why Am I Feeling So Stressed?

 

If you’ve felt more stressed in recent years, you’re not alone! Our nervous system controls our response to stress.

It’s designed to protect us in times of danger, but for many people it is stuck in a state of high alert or shut down. This can result in symptoms of overwhelm, anxiety, disturbed sleep or appetite, overreactivity and more. 

The Gallup 2023 Global Emotions Report found that negative experiences (worry, stress, sadness, physical pain, and anger) remained at the record high set in 2022. Compounded stress, loss, and uncertainty have lasting effects on physical and mental health as well as relationships and quality of life. 

Fortunately, you can learn how to protect yourself from the negative effects of stress by recognizing signals from your nervous system and responding to them as valuable messengers. Then, you can apply strategies to help you relax or energize, depending on your needs. 

This online program combines the ancient wisdom of practices including yoga and mindfulness with current research. No yoga experience is required. A trauma-sensitive approach offers participants choices about how they practice, honouring their pace and comfort level.

You will learn about your nervous system, in addition to gentle movement, breathing, and mindfulness exercises to reduce stress. These simple and effective techniques can be used to restore balance and promote recovery in the body and mind. 

You will experience a variety of mind-body practices to enhance well-being that can be applied immediately to your own life and shared with others. 

Kathleen Pratt - Nourish Your Nervous System

Kathleen Pratt, Certified Yoga Instructor and Social Worker

Kathleen transitioned from a 25+ year career as a social worker to yoga teacher after yoga helped her cope with the stress of caregiving and bereavement.

She offers inclusive and trauma-sensitive yoga and mindfulness in Kingston, Ontario and online throughout North America. Motivated by her personal experience, Kathleen has a special interest in helping people with persistent pain, grief, and pelvic health.

She brings her extensive experience in group facilitation and enthusiasm for research to this unique program and can’t wait to share it with you!

Learn more about Yoga 4 the Rest of Us with Kathleen at her website – kathleenpratt.ca