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  • We know this year has been challenging and you're likely feeling depleted from putting everyone else's needs before your own. However, your health, including your mental and emotional well-being, is critical and we want to help you feel rejuvenated. Therefore, we have the following wellness activities planned during the Fall Conference to support your overall well-being so that you can return to work feeling refreshed and reinvigorated.
     
    Nature Walk with the President |  Monday, Oct. 25  |  6:30 a.m.  |  Hotel Lobby |  FREE
     
    Join WSPRA President Brittany Kaple on an early morning walk through nature in one of the prettiest towns in our beautiful state. This is a great way to get your exercise before a beautiful day of learning. Not a huge walker? Don't worry. This activity is available for any skill level.  
     
    Private Yoga  |  Tuesday,   Oct. 26  |  6:30 a.m. |  Hotel Studio  |  $10  |  Register Here
     
    A local instructor, Stephanie Clift, will teach a Vinyasa-style Yoga class open for all levels, no experience necessary. Whether you are an expert or interested in trying for the first time, this is an excellent way to set the tone for the conference's final day. Registration is required to attend.  
     
    Daily Meditation  |  Daily  |  Conference  |  FREE
     
    Our very own L Michelle will lead us in guided meditation each day at the start of our whole group sessions.  
     
    Wellness Bar  |  Daily  |  Conference  |  FREE
     
    Instead of our traditional hallway snack buffet, our team has organized a Wellness Bar including teas and healthy snacks.
     

Our Yogi | Stephanie Clift

  • CliftI am a local gal who loves to be outdoors. Living in paradise allows for some great activities. Some of these activities, however, take a bit of a toll on my body. With my yoga practice I'm able to balance my life with movement, breath and mindfulness. I am even able to play outside better and with more ease! All of my life I have played team sports. My first introduction to meditation was through college soccer, but my first real experience in a hot room was in October of 2013 my friend invited me to Alpine to do yoga for a cause, I have been hooked ever since. Yoga is a wonderful way to balance everyday living for sports enthusiast like myself and for everyone I know. If you know me, I cannot stop talking at any time of the day, or thinking of what I have to do next in my life except for yoga practice. I have learned what my body is capable of and have pushed my limits and I also have learned that practice takes patience, hard work and also rest. So many beautiful ways that Yoga has changed my life, I have learned to be more accepting, patient, kind, gentle and loving towards myself and others. I love how Yoga heals the body from the inside out. Yoga is so many different things to so many different folks, but I truly am blessed to be a part of BHY, the close connection with my Yogi’s and Yogini’s. I want to share with all that I know what Yoga can do for you, I am so excited to be teaching and looking forward to breakthroughs with students and our shared love for yoga.