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Rewilding Wellness (3-part class)

  • Starts Jun 22
  • 100 US dollars
  • East Cooke Road

Available spots.

Rewilding simply means “getting back to a natural state.” What happens to our wellbeing when we strip away the expectations, comparisons, and pressures of the outside world? We get down to the roots - we learn to listen to our bodies again. These classes can help you chart your personal path to wellness as YOU define it. This 3-part class at CGS examines physical, mental, and social wellness through a holistic, mindfulness-based framework. Each class is multifaceted and interactive, with this structure: REFLECTION - journaling prompts to get you thinking and focused on the subject. LESSONS on rewilding principles and their impact on the dimension of wellness being covered. DISCUSSION for group processing on lesson material. ACTIVITIES that reinforce the lesson being taught and provide deeper insight. PRACTICES to take home and use to improve your wellbeing for the long-term. This in-person course is perfect for anyone interested in cultivating mind-body connection and building internal and external wellness. In this course, students will: • Understand the dimensions of wellness: physical, mental, social, environmental, creative, and spiritual. • Establish their current state of wellbeing in each dimension and set goals to improve areas they prioritize. • Learn how our biology (genetics, hormones, and base human needs) impacts our physical, mental, and social wellbeing and what to do with this knowledge. • Participate in nature-based activities that demonstrate the importance of play and creativity in improving health. • Practice basic mindfulness techniques that go beyond meditation. • Get to know others with the same goals who can provide mutual support. • Build new habits that support every aspect of their wellbeing. INSTRUCTOR: Jeannie Spencer is the founder of Gro EcoWellness and the creator of its keystone programs: Yoga for Emotional Intelligence, Gro Mental Health Fellowship, Strong Roots for Youth and Families, and Rewilding Wellness. She has committed her career to promoting mental health – most recently managing overdose intervention and prevention efforts for the state of Ohio. Trauma-Informed Yoga is her modality of choice, having taught over 1000 hours of yoga in studios, schools, recovery centers, and other organizations. She is currently pursuing her master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling. Gro EcoWellness’s classes and recovery efforts have been featured on the BBC, US News & World Report, and WV Public Radio.

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, please contact us at least 72 hours prior to class to cancel your registration. (Refund policy for materials fee, if applicable, may vary and is included in class description.) In most cases, you can transfer your class enrollment to a friend -- just let us know! Please note, we do NOT record or distribute our online presentations.

Contact Details

  • 1350 East Cooke Road, Columbus, OH, USA

    + (614) 404-7236

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