5 Element Flow: Transition from Autumn to Winter

5 Element Flow: Transition from Autumn to Winter

with Kaita Mrazek & Stacy Smith
Saturday, December 14 / 2-4:30pm
$45 in advance / $50 day-of

As we move from Autumn to Winter we benefit from honoring the shift within us. This reflective workshop will support going within to consciously leave behind what is no longer serving you. We will explore the acupuncture meridians and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Elements with yoga, meditation and contemplation.

The Autumn is represented by the Metal Element in TCM. When this element is in balance we experience faith, honesty, openness, acceptance, and truthfulness within ourselves. When it is out of balance we can get stuck in worry, remorse, regret, obsessiveness, self-doubt, self-centeredness and suspicion.

The Winter is represented by the Water Element in TCM. When this element is in balance we experience sincerity, introspection, modesty, lucidity, curiosity, innovation, resourcefulness and objectivity within ourselves. When it is out of balance we can get stuck in fear, insecurity, experiencing weak willpower, and social isolation.

There will be movement and writing exercises to solidify letting go as we leave the Metal Element, and honor the Water Element as Winter approaches.

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Kaita Mrazek’s extensive professional training allows her to integrate the best of many physical disciplines into an optimal approach to enhancing both mental and physical health. She is currently interested in the art of holding space for others. She is a co-founder of Ghost Flower, a multi-faceted activewear brand inspired by Chinese medicine. She is also co-creator of the Ghost Flower Practice, a movement practice inspired by Chinese medicine, acupressure massage, and active stretching. During this workshop she will lead us through mindful movement exploration of the Metal and Water Elements. www.ghostflower.com

@ghostfloweractive // www.ghostflower.com // @kaitamrazek

Stacy Smith, Licensed Acupuncturist, Herbalist and Feng Shui Practitioner, is also the founder of Homesmith www.Homesmithing.com. The act of Homesmithing is appreciating, curating and simplifying your home to promote a life well lived. Chinese Medicine Elements are used to support the process and it can be equated to doing acupuncture for the home. She is a master of embracing change and loves being the fire to help others do the same. During this workshop she will introduce ways to recognize and appreciate the Metal and Water Elements in your body, mind, spirit and home.

www.homesmithing.com