Inspiration Point: Relaxation/Anxiety Response
PTI is excited to begin offering group Relaxation classes to highly enhance the quality of our lives. Relaxation is an important part of a healthy lifestyle for all ages, while also being a positive response to the anxiety many of us experience on a daily basis.
Check out the story on our yoga and relaxation programming here.
Some benefits related to a healthy relaxation practice include:
*release tension built up in the muscles and improve flexibility
*calming and relaxing the mind
*increase self-confidence and worry less
*increase physical strength
*understanding health as a lifestyle
Inspiration Point began to offer classes beginning November 2015 with instructor, B. Gill:
B is a Certified Yoga Instructor, graduating from the Prana Yoga Center in La Jolla, CA. B brings with her several years experience as a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist. This combination of knowledge is ideal to respond to every participant in the class and adapt classes to the needs of those in attendance.
*Wear comfortable, non-restrictive clothing
*Leave shoes and socks at the front entrance
*Please arrive to class early enough to set up your space before practice time begins
*Please turn off of silence cell phones
*As a courtesy to others please do not wear heavy perfumes.
More on Inspiration Point
PTI has been expanding over the past few years by adding more full time staff and consultants to support an ever-increasing number of individuals seeking our programming. Programming has also expanded through our Social College and Social Focus projects.
In 2015, PTI has taken another step toward meeting the goals of PTI participants through our brand new Inspiration Point, a project of PTI. This space, located directly across the hall from our current location, increases our footprint and gives PTI prime visibility to anyone entering the 200 South Hanley building in Clayton. Inspiration Point will fill existing service gaps and enhance our response to the needs of existing and potential participants while also supporting the greater community.