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Monday Night Meditation


MondMedMonday Night Meditation starts

October 1 @ 5:15 pm.

We will be covering a variety of meditation styles every Monday evening.

If you have never meditated, or if you are an experienced meditator, you will enjoy this experience.

A short open discussion, before and after class, will help you on your journey.

Cost is $10, or you can use your pass. Pre-registration is not required.

Classes will be held in the Yoga Kula Project studio, located in Park City Westgate Resort & Spa: 3000 Canyons Resort Dr.

 

Mindfulness Meditation for the Busy Mind


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Mondays in June @ 5:45-6:40 pm.

 

Stress kills

Meditation reduces stress

Meditate & live a longer, happier life.

 

 

Whitney has been teaching meditation for 17 years and practicing meditation under the Vipassana Theravada lineage for 19 years. Her Whitney-head shot pinkmeditation path deepened while pursuing her PhD in Clinical Psychology. During this training she decided, amidst the piles of research, that Mindfulness Meditation was the modality she wanted to research over any other form of psychotherapy. After leaving her PhD program, she focused primarily on Mindfulness, Dharma and Meditation leading her to undertake a series of long retreats. Eventually, she completed an intensive two-year dharma training at Spirit Rock Meditation Center and a teacher training at the Mindfulness Institute.

Our October Challenge Starts Today


Today we start our 30 Day Yoga & Meditation Challenge. Chris McLaws, dietary coach & supplement specialist, will be our first guest speaker and she has a yummy surprise.

The turn out for this event is more than I every imagined! Good luck to all of our participants. I am here for you whenever you need. See you tonight @ 4:30.

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Yoga Decreases Overeating


According to the National Institutes of Health, cardio exercise increases the risk of overeating, while yoga decreases overeating. Researchers studied the role of body awareness and mindfulness (found in practices like yoga) in the relationship between exercise and eating behavior. They concluded that practices like yoga may be more beneficial for those at risk for eating disorders than decreasing dietary intake.yoga

For more information go to, www.pubmed.com