Join Us Tomorrow!
Online: Wednesday, August 26, 5:00-6:30 PDT
August Clinic @ Community Boards
Breathing and Yoga for Mediators and Other Caregivers
with Sasanna Yee
Have you been feeling overwhelmed, tense, and stressed? You're not alone. Come join Sasanna to learn some new ways of navigating these challenging times with breathing and mindful yogic movements to help boost your mood and aliven the body. 

Sasanna will lead you through some activities to help you move through internal conflicts so we can show up for ourselves and others more fully.

From her workshop, you will:
  1. Learn some effective breathing techniques to regulate your nervous system.
  2. Practice some gentle yoga poses, some of which you can do even at your desk or office. 
  3. Increase your awareness to better choose a response as opposed to old, habitual reactions.
  4. Feel better!

To prepare, Sasanna recommends:
  • Wear stretchy comfortable clothes
  • Sit on a sturdy chair (no wheels)
  • Bring water, a yoga mat & note-taking materials
  • If you don't have a yoga mat, clear a 6 ft x 3 ft space on the floor. We will be lying down for a portion of the workshop.
Sasanna Yee
Born and raised in San Francisco, Sasanna Yee, is a bilingual (Cantonese and English) mindful movement teacher who is passionate about healing and wholeness on all levels. Her yogic journey began over 10 years ago when she was looking to ease chronic pain and mental health challenges. She has found it possible to experience more peace, joy and freedom in mind, body, spirit. She received formal yoga training from Niroga Institute in Oakland, CA and Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Center in India. By giving people tools to connect deeper with themselves and each other, Sasanna believes we can heal core wounds, build resilience and transform lives. Sasanna was the recipient of the 2018 Raymond Shonholtz Visionary Peacemaker Award for her anti-violence advocacy and innovative approaches to bring diverse people together for understanding and reconciliation. Her current projects are Peace in the SoutheastAsians Belong, and Communities As One. The ripples are infinite. Visit Sasanna's website.
For CB Members, $25 and for Public, $45. If you do not currently have the financial resources due the COVID19 crisis, you may opt for Other, $10.
  • Date & Time: Wednesday, August 26 | 5:00-6:30pm, Pacific Daylight Time
  • Cost: CB Members, $25 | Public, $45 | Other, $10
  • Location: Online via Zoom
Darlene Weide, Executive Director
(415) 920-3820 x105 |