Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013

noon-2 p.m. 


The Institute for Integrative Health 

1407 Fleet St.

Baltimore, MD 21231



Continuing education credits

Two CEUs: $10

For social workers, nurses &

Yoga Alliance members


























Using Creativity Inspired by Yoga to Cope with Work Stress 

The artist is deep inside each and every one of us, waiting to come out. Yoga is an amazing tool for creating a safe place where our gifts can emerge and develop. Join Bonnie for this creative workshop as she guides us in using yoga to open up and sense and move pranic energy toward enhancing our innate creativity. Through meditation, asanas, toning and writing, this workshop will open and clear any barriers to a more balanced and inspired artistic life.


Bonnie Tarantino, MFA, E-RYT

Bonnie has worked for the University of Maryland Center for Integrative Medicine for more than 10 years as director of yoga programs. She started practicing yoga at age 18 and has studied in the Sivananda Yoga, Prana Yoga and Thai Yoga traditions. Bonnie blends yoga with reiki and has been a practicing Usui and Karuna Reiki master for more than 15 years. This past year, she took a group of 14 health care professionals to India to study Karuna Reiki, yoga and agnihotra. Bonnie has trained hundreds of heath care professional in reiki and yoga and has published research revealing the importance of training health care professionals in self-care using integrative tools. Prior to working for CIM, Bonnie owned and operated her own yoga and wellness studio in Storrs, CT. Bonnie has been a member of the Yoga Alliance since its inception in 1999.