A free public talk and meditation program with Sean Weir. The talk is followed by instructions in meditation and a group meditation.
The demands placed upon our modern day life necessitate an unprecedented level of mental as well as physical resilience (the ability to bounce back in the face of difficulties). On a regular basis, we are all exposed to stressors that can have substantial impacts on our physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. These types of stresses affect everyone, from people working in the corporate world to parents and caregivers, and especially first responders, veterans and trauma survivors.
Yoga instructor Sean Weir draws on the teachings of Mindful Yoga Therapy, Yoga for Recovery (Y-12 SR), and 108 Monkeys Yoga for urban youth and underserved communities teacher trainings, and is particularly grateful for each opportunity to share these practices with the community.
Sean Weir served in both the United Kingdom and United States career Fire Services. He is certified in both Florida and Connecticut as a fire fighter and in CT as a Fire Officer/Instructor and EMT. After retiring from the West Haven Fire Department, Sean has transitioned to serve his fellow Responder community, providing yoga and mindfulness workshops. Learn more about Sean at this website www.mindfulresponder.org
Sean Weir teaches 90-minute Hatha Yoga classes and 90-minute Beginners Yoga for Everyone (We’re All Recovering from Something) on select Saturdays at the Woodbury Meditation & Yoga Center (WMYC), beginning on December 23rd. Visit our Schedule page for dates, times and more information.
This complimentary program is open to everyone, and includes instruction and practice of meditation. Everyone is invited to come earlier, at 5:00 pm for a complimentary sample yoga class. WMYC is located at 122 West Side Road in Woodbury, CT.
WMYC is a not-for-profit educational institution offering meditation, yoga, tai chi/qigong and a variety of programs weekly, as well as complimentary Sunday evening events including meditation instruction. WMYC welcomes individuals to try a class for free and see first-hand how yoga changes lives. The Center welcomes cancer patients/survivors, caregivers, veterans and others in need of assistance, and offers free or reduced-cost classes. For more information, contact WMYC at (203)263-2254, email@example.com, Facebook, or visit online at www.WoodburyYogaCenter.org.