Mind-Body Medicine Workshop hosted by SweatShop Health Club

Join us at SweatShop Health Club on Saturday, February 22, at 10:00AM for a FREE Mind-Body Medicine Workshop.
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

Feb 22, 2020, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
167 Snelling Ave N, 167 Snelling Ave N, St Paul, MN 55104, USA

About the Event

Join Irreducible Grace Foundation and SweatShop Health Club for a FREE Mind-Body Medicine Workshop. 

Schedule of Events

9:30A.M.   Meet the IGF Staff and SweatShop member Jan Mandell to learn more about their work

10:00A.M.   Mind-Body Medicine Workshop, FREE with RSVP

  • Warm-Up with Jan Mandell and Gayle! SweatShop and IGF community building
  • The biology of Stress, Power of Breath, and Performance
  • Learn Mind-Body breathing and calming tools
  • Healing Power of Performance and Poetry

11:15A.M.   Reception over refreshments and reflection. Join Jan, IGF staff and Workshop Team, and SweatShop staff for conversation, questions, and ideas to support IGF

Why Participate?

Come for Yourself

Take time to take care of you. Learn tools for radical compassion, self-love and self-care.

Come for Performance Art

Watch artists as they share healing stories using theater, spoken word, song, and dance.

Come for Community

Give back to your community by supporting the work of Irreducible Grace Foundation.

Why is SweatShop Partnering with IGF?

Supporting our community in all paths to Health and Wellness is the SweatShop mission. We recognize in this age of stress and chaos in our lives, we are ALL living on the trauma spectrum, in one form or another. We are exploring the overlap in recognizing our need for self-love, self-care, and the skills we can teach and learn to reach higher levels of health and radical compassion in our community. The SweatShop staff is collaborating to learn from IGF and lend support in many ways, including, this fundraiser.

What is Mind-Body Medicine?

The IGF Workshop Team has over four years of training from national and international experts in mind-body medicine and healing from trauma, including Resmaa Menakem. Our team is lead by Jan Mandell, a SweatShop member and nationally acclaimed Theater Director (retired) for Saint Paul Central High School. We reach over 6,000 children and adults annually through interactive workshops and performances that teach participants how reduce stress and heal from trauma.

Registration is Closed