Free Monthly Mindfulness and Wellness Class for Veterans with Post Traumatic Stress
with David LoPriore Sensei, L.Ac.

Bushidokai Dojo • 339 Flanders Road, Suite 107 East Lyme
08:45-09:45 • No experience necessary, except your service.

Starting Saturday, 13 May 2017 • Please call 860-739-5102 to register.
You will have to request entry by pressing button on security box next to front door.
See EVENTS page (click above) for class dates each month.

Veterans with Post Traumatic Stress often experience hyper-vigilance, busy nervous and anxious minds, depression, anger, insomnia, relationship issues, and many other psychological and behavioral challenges when returning from deployment and trying to reintegrate. Sensei LoPriore’s mindfulness training can help veterans with PTS to work more skillfully with their own minds, relaxing and finding new ways to reduce or eliminate these symptoms and habituated patterns. Asian self-care wellness methods such as acupressure can ease physical and mental symptoms in other ways.

Sensei LoPriore is 23rd-generation Headmaster of an 800-year-old Japanese warrior monk lineage that includes training in martial arts, meditation, Asian medicine, Japanese yoga and much more. He is a Licensed Acupuncturist with over 30 years ‘ experience working with veterans, especially those with Post Traumatic Stress, suicidal thoughts, depression, insomnia, anxiety, chronic pain, and addiction.