Thank you Norm, for shining a light on the beautiful work the Yoga Seed Collective is doing for all the bodies in the community. It is truly come as you are. I’m really proud to be part of it.
I am lucky enough to be one of the teachers in on the ground floor of a project that provides #yoga to the patients at Sutter Center for Psychiatry. It has been an enormous challenge and a third eye-opening experience. The #YogaSeedCollective, the non-profit that organizes the outreach effort, is a quietly powerful force in the community, offering classes at the local prisons, drug rehabilitation centers and now at Sutter. Getting involved with this community of hardworking, no-nonsense yogis is one of the best things that has happened to me since arriving in #Sacramento. I feel inexpressible gratitude to them, on my own behalf and on behalf of all the people they serve.
I wrote a short piece about my experience at Sutter, you can read it here in the Yoga Seed’s Outreach update:
Also, I want to say, of my own volition, how impressed I am with Sutter’s facility. The dedication and level of understanding I see every day with the staff is awe inspiring. I recently lost someone in my life to suicide, and while that person was not part of this community, I wonder if his situation would have changed had he access to care like Sutter provides. If you or someone you know is suffering from mental illness, I would strongly urge you to seek help and based on my limited experience, I would not hesitate to recommend SCP. (I have not been paid or am in any way affiliated with Sutter; I am an independent contractor through the Yoga Seed.)
To visit Sutter’s website, vist: http://www.suttermedicalcenter.org/psychiatry
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