||Physician/Provider Retreat: Compassion & Mindful Movement for Stress Management
||South Wind Retreat Center, 300 Southwind Rd., Siler City, NC 27344
UNC Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
- Program on Integrative Medicine
- 5:00 PM
For more information, contact the event administrator:
Whitney Wilkerson & Laura Terry
Balance Through Movement
This Event was CANCELLED<
Laura & Whitney from Balance Through Movement has canceled the Physician Provider Retreat on Friday, April 28, 2023.
Clinicians' wellness is essential to provide quality healthcare services to their patients. Therefore, we aim to promote health in the healthcare community, and we hope to offer this again in the future.
I have submitted a refund request, and you should see it reflected in your credit statement within 5-7 business days.
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Physician/Provider Retreat: Compassion & Mindful Movement for Stress Management
Led by Balance Through Movement, hosted by UNC Program on Integrative Medicine
In this day-long retreat, you will learn to use evidence-based compassion & mindful movement practices to support burnout prevention and recovery and help you feel more compassionate and empowered to care for yourself and your patients. These practices combine guided relaxation and breath practices, gentle yoga, physical therapy-inspired techniques that you can use for your well-being, and simple methods to offer your clients and patients. Appropriate for individuals prepared to participate and observe in a full day of gentle movement and restorative practices.
No yoga experience is required.
Friday, April 28, 2023, from 9-5 PM EST
South Wind Retreat Center (300 Southwind Rd., Siler City, NC 27344)
7 CME Credits for physicians and providers included
Yoga Alliance continuing education credits are available for Yoga Alliance-certified yoga teachers.
$350 per participant
UNC Payroll Deduction is available for University Employees; please download the form & follow the instructions
Whitney and Laura are co-founders and lead trainers of Lead with Compassion Yoga Teacher Training hosted by UNC's Program on Integrative Medicine. Stephen is a Balance Through Movement Certified Yoga Teacher and a pediatric intensive care physician.
Whitney G. Wilkerson, NBC-HWC, ERYT 500, Yoga Educator, and Balance Through Movement Founder
With a focus on behavioral change and compassion-based interventions, Whitney is a National Board Certi?ed Health & Wellness coach and inter-faith chaplain. She supports clients in building and maintaining physical, emotional, & spiritual health through cognitive inquiry, mindful awareness, and somatic exploration. Discover more about Whitney here. Discover more about Whitney here.
Laura Terry, Master's in Physical Therapy, BA in Exercise and Sport Science, ERYT 200, Yoga Educator, and Balance Through Movement Founder
A Physical Therapist since 1998 and a yoga instructor since 2008, Laura Terry combines the science of Physical Therapy and yoga's mind/body integration in her teaching. Laura has her private practice of Yoga and Physical Therapy in Chapel Hill. Learn more here about Laura and her practice.
Stephen Leinenweber, MD, RYT-200
A pediatric critical care physician since 1999, Stephen uses yoga to create a mind-body connection to replenish and renew himself to bring a more creative, thoughtful, and compassionate being to his work. He is currently the Vice President of Strategic Partnerships at PM Pediatric Care.
Before the start of the first class, a full refund minus the $75.00 handling fee
NOTE: If any of the issues listed below would present additional challenges in taking the class, please call 919-966-8586 to speak with an instructor before registering.
- Hospitalization within the last 6 months for any psychiatric reasons
- Medically unstable situation
- Problem with alcohol or drug abuse
- Anger management issues that could potentially be disruptive to the group
- Suicidal fantasies
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