Self-Care for Anxiety: A Traditional Chinese Medicine Approach

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Come learn and share tools for managing everyday anxiety. Includes a healthy calming dinner, tips from traditional Chinese medicine, self-acupressure points, and free ear acupuncture treatment.

This workshop is open to women, genderqueer/gender non-conforming people and trans people.

Tuesday, November 12, 2013. 6-9 pm
Doors open @ 5:45 pm: Grab a plate of free dinner!
6 pm: Workshop starts
8 pm: Ear acupuncture or acupressure (optional)

Centre for Women and Trans People at U of T
563 Spadina Avenue, Room 100 (North Borden Building)
Wheelchair accessible via Bancroft Ave.

For more information, contact: or 416-890-7770

Child-minding may be available with advanced notice. Please request in the registration form below and specify age(s).

Workshop Facilitator: Pauline Sok Yin Hwang, an acupuncturist, Chinese medicine practitioner and community organizer, who offers “care for caregivers and changemakers.” Traditional Chinese medical systems have helped us effectively heal our bodies, minds, emotions and spirits for over 5000 years.

About the Centre: The Centre for Women and Trans People advocates on issues of racism, Islamophobia, and anti-semitism, homophobia, transphobia, sexism, classism, ableism, and ageism. Specifically, we advocate for equality for systemically marginalized groups. We work within the University of Toronto but commit ourselves to making connections to other communities.

We are located north of College, on the east side of Spadina. We are wheelchair accessible through Bancroft Avenue. We provide TTC tokens upon request for sponsored meetings and events. We are child friendly, strive to be a trans inclusive space, and are entirely student funded. For more info: