Following an exhausting day, most of us want to relax and recover. Recuperating and re-energizing is an important part of self-care.
While many of us can quickly come up with strategies we use to help physical pain, what about the emotional pain or stress that we experience? We aren’t as quick to rattle off strategies that help with this. Days when we experience intense emotions like anger and anxiety can be especially exhausting and draining.
It is just as important to regenerate and find emotional balance as it is to care for physical injury and pain. Join Kelsey Petersen-Hardie and Kathleen Strom from Clayton Early Learning as they guide you through mindfulness practice to tap into your own self-compassion, generating a feeling of warmth and healing even on life’s most challenging days.
Presenters: Kathleen Strom and Kelsey Petersen-Hardie, Clayton Early Learning