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Breathe, Move & Heal! 8 Classes are included in this series! All classes will be recorded - watch, learn and practice anytime, anywhere! Come join us and learn Qigong. In this 8 class series we be learning some of the movements in the Level II Healing Qigong Form as well as some of the Spring Forest Qigong Sequence. We will also be focusing on learning how to bring our attention inward to further feel the different sensations (energy) in our body. Each class includes breath techniques and mild stretches and is excellent for anyone recovering from illness, injury or surgery. It is also an excellent exercise for those looking to obtain optimal health. What is Qigong? It is an ancient Chinese practice that is easy to learn and practice. Some of the benefits of Qigong include reducing stress and anxiety, boosting the immune system, decreasing pain and lowering blood pressure. The practice involves slow movements with long, slow breaths. The breath techniques help to improve lung capacity over time and can reverse respiratory concerns.
2020 Summer of Transformation - Week 6 "Attitude of Gratitude" Join me this week for 3 amazing classes Wed, Thur, and Friday. Practicing Gratitude daily will help you stay positive and feeling good by increasing endorphins. It will help you cope with Stress and is good for your overall health. Wed 3:30pm - Yin Yoga Thurs 6pm - Yoga Flow Fri 1pm - Yoga Nidra see you on the mat!
Nicole Stevenson
Health & Wellness > Fitness
Start: Aug 14, 2020 at 09:00 am EDT
This beginner friendly class uses an adult sized hula hoop to teach the foundations of hoop dance. In a class you will learn both on and off body hooping. On body hooping: you will learn how to hoop on your waist, hips, chest, shoulders, and legs.Off body hooping: you will learn how to hoop on your hands, as well as weaves, lifts, and other tricks. This class will build your coordination while exercising your entire body. This low-impact cardio class will have you burning calories while having fun!
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Breathe -- Move -- Heal! 8 Classes are included in this series! All classes will be recorded - practice anytime, anywhere! This class series is designed to reduce stress, increase your range of motion and flexibility. It is for all fitness levels. It is also ideal for those beginning to learn yoga as well as those with limited mobility. Tuesday - Restorative/Yin Yoga Friday - Gentle Yoga Restorative/Yin Yoga This class is designed to reduce stress and anxiety while increasing your flexibility. The postures are passive in nature and done on the floor (seated, lying on your back or stomach). Gentle Yoga This class includes gentle yoga poses that help increase flexibility and your range of motion. Poses will be done either sitting in a chair or on a mat, there will also be some standing poses.
Heather Says
Health & Wellness
Next: Aug 14, 2020 at 11:00 am EDT
Yoga For All is exactly what it sounds like. It doesn't matter if you're just starting or a seasoned yogi, it doesn't matter what size you are, your age, this class is about coming as you are, and using what you have. We will be gentle, we will give options. What do you need? A mat, a wall, a couple of yoga blocks (available at any big box store or online), and a blanket. Have questions, concerns? Message me!
Wendy Keslick
Health & Wellness > Yoga
Start: Aug 14, 2020 at 11:30 am EDT
Every Friday in August! Each class will each cover the three zones of the face for full face sequence. We begin with a warm up, cool down, breath work, face yoga, and short meditation. This is open to anyone. No experience needed. Benefits of face yoga include: stress reduction increased mind-body awareness less headaches reduction of dark circles and puffiness around eyes more symmetrical face higher, sculpted cheeks less droopy eyelids and much more!
Candlelight Yoga is a nurturing, slow paced yoga class designed to relax the mind and body using gentle stretches, deep breathing exercises, mindfulness and guided meditation. Candlelight Yoga takes place online and in the comfort of your own home. Candlelight Yoga is a perfect way to end the day and prepare for a deep, restful night's sleep. What you'll need for class: Yoga Mat Water To personalize your Candlelight Yoga class experience, consider adding the following things: A cup of warm herbal tea (chamomile is a good choice) •1- 3 blanket (s) •A pair of comfy socks •A chair (if you have trouble getting up from or down to the floor) •Low lighting or candles •Incense or essential oils to set a relaxing mood (lavender and sweet orange essential oils are known for their relaxing properties) What to Wear: Clothing that is comfortable and easy to move in is always a good choice. Pajamas would be an excellent choice for this class.
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Lynne Benedict
Health & Wellness
Start: Aug 15, 2020 at 11:00 am EDT
This is a beginning Pilates Mat class. If you are new to Pilates, this is a great introduction. Even if you haven't moved your body in a while, this will be a great way to start your Pilates journey.
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Heather Says
Health & Wellness
Start: Aug 17, 2020 at 10:00 am EDT
Start Sunday Funday with a 30 minute meditation, allowing your mind to relax and revive for the upcoming week. You don't need anything other than a quiet place and your computer/mobile device! No experience necessary.
Join our community chat sessions, Mondays at 1:00 pm Central time. Bring your thoughts, experiences and questions as we support each other in the work to which we're being called.
Russ Terry
Health & Wellness
Start: Aug 17, 2020 at 06:00 pm EDT
In this class, explore your personal and professional motivation and happiness. Rate your current state and brainstorm on how to increase these. We will also discuss internal vs. external motivation and the Platinum Rule. Learn how to tap into others' motivation and happiness too!
Heather Says
Health & Wellness
Next: Aug 17, 2020 at 08:30 pm EDT
Join me, Heather Says, HoopYogini Master Trainer, for the HoopYogini Spinal Awakening Series! "This program is designed to tone your core, improve your posture and reduce back pain. Learn about the importance of the spine as the conduit that nourishes all other body systems. Cultivate Centered Pose, your place of inner power, strength and resilience. Integrate each pose into a flowing dance. Establish a healthy habit and the ability to show up for your personal well-being and empowerment." - www.hoopyogini.com We will move our spine in all directions, center ourselves and relax the mind, all while using the hoop as a tool for this true hatha yoga practice. We will bring the hoops onto our body, relearning that fun workout we did as kids. You do NOT need ANY hula hoop or yoga experience for this class, but you will need an adult sized hula hoop. Go to www.hoopcubed.com for more info on me and all the classes I offer!
 
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