Caring for our Caregivers luncheon


Honoring #caregivers in November for #NationalFamilyCaregiversMonth2018 🌹
Caring for our Caregivers luncheon https://parkinsonsocialnetwork.org/caring-for-our-caregivers/ via @PSN_PDsocial #Parkinsons #PDCaregivers #SelfCare

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October 17, 2018 · 12:20 pm

CANCELLED – Reiki Jin Kei Do First Degree Class – May 12 & 19, 2018 at Sytera Yoga, McLean VA


Unfortunately, due to lack of interest, we’ve cancelled this workshop/class for May. We are working to find an alternative date this Fall 2018.

Karl and I are pleased to announce that we have been asked by a friend to teach a First Degree Reiki class in May.  It’s been a few years since we’ve taught a First Degree class and we are very excited to share Reiki with the community!

Reiki Jin Kei Do First Degree Class - May 2018

Reiki Jin Kei Do First Degree Class – May 2018

Reiki Jin Kei Do First Degree Workshop
Use this link to download the flyer – For the class
When:  May 12 10am-6pm and May 19 1:30pm-7pm
(You must attend both sessions to complete the training & receive your certificate.)

Class size limited to 10 students.

Location:
Sytera Yoga
6888 Elm St #304
McLean, VA 22101

Teachers: Angela & Karl Robb
Cost: $250
Register Online at: https://syterayoga.com/workshops-events/
For more information: Call 571-212-1095 or email  Angela at GiveReiki.com

In this two-day workshop you will learn:

– A meditation practice to enhance your listening to your inner wisdom.
– A Qigong practice to increase your
personal energy.
– A Reiki Self-treatment practice to give yourself Reiki anytime,
anywhere.
– A Seated chair Reiki practice to share Reiki with others.

 

 

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Happy Spring! Sharing a post from A Soft Voice In A Noisy World – Karl Robb


In hoping Spring is on it’s way, Karl shares with his readers some of the items that help him improve his day!

Enjoy!

Source: Happy Spring! | A Soft Voice In A Noisy World

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Mindfulness Meditation Training Lowers Biomarkers of Stress Response in Anxiety Disorder | Georgetown University Medical Center | Georgetown University


A fascinating research article on how mindfulness meditation impacted those patients with an anxiety disorder.

GUMC researchers found that anxiety disorder patients had sharply reduced stress-hormone and inflammatory responses to a stressful situation after taking a mindfulness meditation course—whereas patients who took a non-meditation stress management course had worsened responses.

Source: Mindfulness Meditation Training Lowers Biomarkers of Stress Response in Anxiety Disorder | Georgetown University Medical Center | Georgetown University

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Want to be more civically active this year? Start with yourself. – The Washington Post


I found this article to be helpful for myself as I considered the feelings of the end of one administration and beginning of a new administration.

“As we move into uncharted sociopolitical waters, it’s important to understand that sharing your beliefs and advocating for yourself and others requires self-knowledge and self-care.”

Source: Want to be more civically active this year? Start with yourself. – The Washington Post

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DailyOM – Blessing Our Bodies


Posting this excellent article from the Daily Om. Body scans can be extremely helpful when you are looking for some information about how your body, mind or spirit feels.

As the living vehicles for our spirits, our bodies deserve loving attention and care. We can positively affect our health, prevent illness, and heal injuries by regularly focusing our mental and spiritual energy on the workings of our bodies. This can be done by performing a body scan on yourself.

Source: DailyOM – Blessing Our Bodies

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Instructions not Included When it Comes to Caregiving: By Dr. De Leon


Sharing Dr. De Leon’s sage words of wisdom about her experiences in caregiving. As we start November, which is National Family Caregivers Month, I thought I would share Dr. De Leon’s post with you.

-Angela 🙂

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Don’t dwell on the disease. Value the moments, the pearls of wisdom, their smile, their humor.” St. Elizabeth      Caregiving is not for the faint of heart. I have had to be the caregiv…

Source: Instructions not Included When it Comes to Caregiving: By Dr. De Leon

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