Yoga+HP Sculpt is a energetic class that incorporates yoga, hand weights and high-intensity cardio bursts for a maximum calorie burning effect. In a moderately heated room, 92 degrees and 20% humidity, you’ll move through yoga poses with hand weights adding a new challenge to your yoga practice. Yoga HP Sculpt also incorporates cardio exercises to get your heart pumping and your blood flowing and there’s always a challenging core workout mixed in! Every Wednesday 9:15-10:15 am.
Solstice means “to stand still” and marks the longest night of the year.
Join us for a magical practice with breathing and essential oils to calm the mind, yoga to connect deeper with your body, and meditation to focus and set your intentions for the coming year and return of the light.
Current scientific research of essential oils confirms what many cultures of the world have known for centuries: complex aromatic compounds of pure essential oils can be used effectively to help you deal with stress, difficult emotions and treat ailments.
Join us in October for Joie’s essential oil & yoga class every Monday @ 5:30-6:30 pm. Learn how essential oils pared with yoga poses can support your mind and body, creating a healthier happier life.
Author of the book Authentic Strengths, and founder and CEO of Authentic Strengths Advantage, Fatima Doman will be one of three guest speakers!
During October, we will be exploring recent cutting-edge neuroscience of the brain and the positive effect that researchers are finding with those who have a daily yoga and meditation practice. Our goal is to help each individual find a rhythm of daily yoga and meditation. Learn how you can live a healthier happier life.
Registration ends soon. For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 435 659 6950.
I often have people disclose to me that they cannot meditate, because they are unable to clear thoughts from their mind. This is an understandable, but common misconception about meditation.
No one can clear thoughts from their mind. The purpose of our mind is to think; process information, look for threats, etc. It’s what the mind does, it’s what it’s supposed to do!
Think of meditation as a bicep curl for the brain. For example, when practicing “mindfulness” meditation, one focuses on a single point; such as, the nostrils. Focus is directed at the sensation of the air coming in through the nostrils and out of the nostrils.
When your mind wanders, and it will, simply notice it has wandered and bring the focus back to the single point. In doing so, you have just created stronger neural connections in your brain and increased gray matter. This is how meditation is a bicep curl for the brain.
So, each time your mind wanders look at it as an opportunity to strengthen neural connections, increase gray matter creating a healthier brain.