November 19, 2022
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Mom’s Morning Out
Intended Audience – Family Members of Children with Disabilities
Description – This morning out, for moms of children with disabilities, will offer socializing, sharing, creating, and relaxation. Kara Schabacker leads us in yoga and meditation. We will offer some make-it-take-it materials, focusing on what individuals may need on their own healing journey. Self-care is so important for mom’s and caregivers. We will share insights and information on its nuances and easy access. In most situations, we can learn to squeeze in some strategies, as time and opportunities allow.
This event does NOT provide any formal continuing education credit, such as CPDUs, CE credit, or EI credit. Certificates will not be issued.
In collaboration with: Florissa
Kara is a local yoga instructor. She first entered the health and wellness field as a massage/myofascial therapist in 2008. After 13 years working solely in curative care, she laid down roots as a yoga instructor to shift her focus to a more preventative approach to well-being. Shortly after receiving her RYT200, she completed a 95-hour certification in Trauma Informed Kids & Teens Yoga and became registered as an RCYT in 2022. She is also in the process of completing her RYT500 through Yoga Medicine, looking at an old familiar path from a new viewpoint. The focus of her studies is on fascia, the nervous system, mental and emotional health, and the human response to trauma.
Venue: Nash Recreation Center