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Trauma-Informed Mindfulness Stretching

New Wellness Classes offered in Hamilton, MT


May 24, 2019

Trauma-Informed Mindfulness Stretching

Increase contentment and inner peace by enjoying the present moment and choosing gratitude and contentment for what is. Come in comfortable clothing. Poses can be performed in a chair or on a yoga mat; bring a mat if you prefer stretching on the floor.

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM

Sapphire Community Health

316 North 3rd Street in Hamilton, MT

$10 per Class

$50 for 8 Classes

Space is limited. Please call (406) 541-0032 to reserve your spot.

If you’re interested in an evening class, please call (406) 541-0032 with your request.


Trauma-Informed Mindfulness Stretching Sapphire Community Health

Would you like to increase your overall health and wellbeing by learning tools to deal with stress, anxiety, depression, fear, unworthiness, and chronic pain? To address some of these issues, a new series of wellness classes, offered through Sapphire Community Health, will be available to the public. These classes are designed to increase your emotional resilience, rewire your brain for happiness, manage chronic pain, and discover more self-acceptance, contentment, and inner peace.

Although not all stress is bad, long-term stress can harm your health. According to the American Institute of Stress, stress is the basic cause of 60% of all human illness and disease, and 3 out of 4 doctor’s visits are for stress-related ailments. Unmanaged stress can contribute to serious health problems and increases one’s risk for heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and stroke, as well as mental disorders like depression or anxiety. The National Institute of Mental Health reports that approximately 18% of adults in the United States are affected by anxiety disorders, and approximately 8% of the adult population are dealing with depression.

Deb Eckheart, Licensed Clinical Social Worker at Sapphire Community Health, will be facilitating these wellness classes. Deb’s passion is giving people tools to feel better. “I see a need to provide a variety of mental health resources in our community and overcome the stigma around accessing mental health services.”

Classes will be offered on Fridays, starting April 5th, from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM. Each class is $10 or you can enroll in all eight class for $50. Please call to reserve your spot at (406) 541-0032. Space is limited. If you’re interested in an evening class, please call with your request.

Sapphire Community Health also offers primary care for infants to adults, immunizations and well-child services, preventative medicine, psychiatric services, addiction services, pain management, physicals, laboratory services, and treats acute and chronic illness. We are open Open Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM, and located at 316 N 3rd Street in Hamilton. To sign up for classes or make an appointment to see a provider, call (406) 541-0032.

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