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Gift of Self-Care: Be Healthier & Happier

Feeling Stressed

Stress and unrealistic expectations drain your mental, emotional, and physical energy. Prolonged stress leads to disease, contentious work and personal relationships and unhealthy habits. Give yourself a gift by learning some new, proven, easy-to-implement mindfulness activities you can use every day.

The 2016 University of Minnesota Occupational Therapy Department feasibility research study concluded that Meditative Movements™ may be effective in reducing anxiety, depression, and fatigue, while improving emotional and functional well-being.

When asked what was most beneficial, research participants responded.

Class Objectives

  1. Learn how to release negative stress in positive ways
  2. Experience easy to implement self-care activities including the empowering Meditative Movements™
  3. Create an action plan that fits your busy lifestyle


   When: Saturday, June 10, 2017 from 9:00 - 11:00 am

   Where: 1340 Oakside Cir, Chanhassen, MN

   Investment: $25 (fee includes Ellie's Meditative Yoga online/PDF version $8.95)

Limited Seating Available: Register Today

Cancellation Policy: We need a minimum of six attendees to conduct the class. If we cancel the class, you will receive a full refund. If you are unable to attend, you can find a replacement or you will incur a $15 cancellation fee.

About Ellie Peterson

Ellie Peterson

Ellie studied fitness and psychology at the University of St. Catherine where she graduated in 1992. She has taught thousands of people how to apply the Meditative Movement™ technique so they can enjoy their lives more fully and be healed. Because her personal practice has spanned more than 30 years, she now shares her well-being insights with others.

Ellie is the master of creating personal changes. When she was 23 years old, she was divorced and raising 3 children on her own while making $80 a week. She smoked, weighed 100 pounds and thought she was fat. Her body was unhealthy; her mind was constantly focusing on what other people should change in their lives so she could be happier and her spiritual being was weighed down with fear, self-pity, anger, and worthlessness. Life was unbearable.

Now in her 60's, she is living life beyond her wildest dreams. By developing and applying the Meditative Movements™ techniques, she has learned to harness her own personal power. She has quit smoking, maintains a healthy weight, appreciates her body, has inner peace, and loves being alive. She has remarried, enjoys relationships with her children and six grandchildren. Life is joyful, loving and abundant.

Affirm Yourself, Move Your Body, Change Your Life