Just for Nonprofit Professionals whose jobs of caring for others puts us at risk of stress overload.
To continue to do our best it is imperative that we learn to take care of ourselves.
The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center and the Trinity Episcopal Church invite you to:
- Learn to recognize the signs of burn-out
- Meditate on peace within yourself by walking the labyrinth
- Experience yoga, reiki, t’ai chi, or self-acupressure as mind-body techniques to reduce stress
- Experience tension release with taiko
Join your colleagues for
A Day of Restoration
Friday, March 8, 2013 at Trinity Epsicopal Church
611 West Berry Street
Please enter from the Wayne Street parking lot
- 8:30-9:00 a.m. Registration, Coffee & rolls
- 9:00-9:10 a.m. Opening Greeting by Tom Hansen
- 9:10-9:30 a.m. Why We’re Here
- 9:30-10:30 a.m. Why Wellness? Speaker, Amy Dimberio Urban
- 10:45-11:00 a.m. Introduction to Activities
- 11:00-1:00 p.m. time to enjoy Lunch, Labyrinth or explore any of the mind-body sessions on your own
Make your Reservation today, participation is limited
Cost to attend – $15.00
Lunch provided by Apple Spice Junction
Your Facilitators to Restoration:
- Acupressure with Deb Roemisch
- Labyrinth with Nancy Hansen & Kathleen Christensen
- Reiki with Melissa Rinehart
- T’ai Chi with Pam Steinbach
- Taiko with Allison Ballard of the Fort Wayne Dance Collective
- Yoga with Bethany Pruitt
Book Exchange Too!
Do you have wellness or self-help books on your shelves you no longer want? We’ll have a table where you can leave your books and exchange them for new titles to you!
Your hosts for this opportunity to learn how to recognize and manage stress are the Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center and Trinity Episcopal Church.
A special thank-you to Nancy McCammon-Hansen for initiating the idea for this event; Trinity Episcopal for the gracious use of their Church; and sincere appreciation to all the facilitators for making it reality through the generous gift of their talents and time.