A holistic health practitioner will be teaching three courses on stress prevention and reduction in Wellington on March 11 and 25 and on April 8.
Denise Arsenault will be having each session at the Rural Action Centre from 6-9 p.m.
Participants in these interactive sessions will learn breathing, relaxation, energy medicine and emotional freedom techniques, said Denise.
“I’ll show them various yoga poses as well as stress-releasing tips. We’ll also do guided meditations.”
Following the courses, participants will be able to return home with a variety of stress management tools that they’ll be able to practice daily or whenever needed to get clarity, focus and peace in their life, she said.
Participants are asked to bring a yoga mat or blanket, a pillow or cushion, indoor footwear or slippers, a note pad and a USB key.
The sessions were brought back after she experienced a positive reaction after the course she taught last year.
Raymond J. Arsenault, coordinator of the Acadian and Francophone Chamber of Commerce of P.E.I., said those who attended the lunch-and-learn session that Denise delivered back on December 4 were so pleased with what they learned during that hour, they wanted to know immediately when the next session would be held.
“So finally, here we are with a full series of courses,” said Raymond.
Denise Arsenault practices her trade at her Health Within Holistic Centre in Charlottetown as well as at the Evangeline Community Health Centre in Wellington.
The registration fee for the three courses (a total of nine hours) is $75 plus GST. It is payable on the first night of the course, in cash, by cheque addressed to the Health Within Holistic Centre or by credit card. The amount can also be prepaid by credit card by contacting the centre by phone. Participation in these sessions will give people the opportunity to participate in a personalized session at a reduced price if they so desire. The sessions are covered with medical insurance plans that cover naturopathy.
Those interested in the course must preregister by March 8 by contacting Denise Arsenault at (902) 566-5009 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Or by contacting Jeannine Arsenault at the Rural Action Centre at (902) 854-2328, Ext. 228, or at email@example.com.