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Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday / 11am to 5pm
Thursday / 11am to 7pm
Wednesday CLOSED

Stress Management Class with Deb

Stress Management Class with Deb

Sunday, October 9
11am to 12pm

With the change of season, the holidays quickly approaching and everything else going on in the world, you may find yourself feeling a little stressed out. 

Come learn some simple tools that can help with that!

You'll learn powerful tools to:
-help when anxiety strikes so you can move foward with confidence
- release pent-up anger and frustration so you don't take it out on your kids, partner or friends
 - calm the Fight, Flight or Freeze Response so you can remain centered even when your day is tough

You may be familiar with Deb through her Yarn lover's tarot readings and her more recent Energy Medicine Color Readings. She is also a Certified Eden Energy Medicine Practitioner! We're thrilled that Deb is teaching a class on managing stress. The timing is perfect as we're heading towards what many consider to be the most stressful time of the year. 

Let Deb show you how to manage your stress level and come out of overwhelm! 

This is an interactive lecture in our comfy setting so feel free to bring your projects and knit/crochet while learning! Deb will stay around after class to give Energy Medicine Color Readings too!  You don't want to miss this!

Click here to register.

All proceeds for this class will be donated to the Homeless Youth Alliance, an organization that helps homeless youth build healthier lives.

 

More about Deb:

Deborah Borne, MSW, MD (Serving with Two Hands) oversees health policy for people experiencing homelessness at the SF Department of Public Health. She is trained as an herbalist and energy medicine practitioner and uses these principles in her practice.  She's also a self-proclaimed 'maniacal knitter'!

Deb is doing amazing work to help the people living on the streets get through the pandemic. Her efforts have been instrumental in helping the city of San Francisco continue to have some of the lowest infection rates, hospitalization and deaths of any major city. Check out this Dec 20, 2021 SF Examiner article about Deb's work and the impact she's made in SF.   

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