Putting Gratitude into Practice
It’s time to cultivate some gratitude. Even in the toughest of times, there is always something to be thankful for.
In this month of gratitude, we will dive into the science of gratitude and what it does for the body and mind with Sarah Garcia, MSW, CSWI, RYT. We will work on steps to intentionally create spaces and places for gratitude in our daily lives, and discuss why this can make all the difference in the world. We will wrap up with a short, heart-opening Trauma Recovery Yoga class and a gratitude meditation to soak it all in. Take this time to show up for you. You will be thankful that you did.
Sarah Garcia is a Licensed Social Worker, mental health professional, and yoga instructor who specialized in trauma-informed healing modalities. She has over 14 years of experience working with children and families through case management, advocacy, and crisis support. Sarah has supported populations such as foster youth, children with special needs, patients recovering from traumatic brain injuries, healthcare workers, adolescents in inpatient recovery, teen parents, and more through mindfulness, meditation, and yoga practices. She believes in the inherent strength that all of her participants carry and is inspired by all who cross her path and share their stories of resiliency.