In celebration of National Recovery Month,
Every Tuesday in the month of September
we featured Counselor and Yoga Instructor, Amber Reed, for
15 minutes of Yoga techniques to reduce stress.
It was a successful National Recovery Month! Amber Reed did a great job teaching us breathing or stretching techniques that benefit mental and physical health. Here is her fifth, and final, week. She shared with ways of opening, visiting, and ending our days with healthful movement.
Each week we featured a breathing or stretching technique that is beneficial to mental and physical health.
Check out our News page to watch all of the videos by Amber.
15minYoga4You, Week 1, Sept 1: “Intro to Stress-Relieving Breathing”
15minYoga4You, Week 2, Sept 8: “Stretches for Clearing Stress From the Body”
15minYoga4You, Week 3, Sept 15: “Elevating your Mind and Spirit Movement”
15minYoga4You, Week 4, Sept 22: “Mindfulness Stretches”
15minYoga4You, Week 5, Sept 29: “Opening, Visiting and Ending Your Day with Healthful Movement”
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