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In this 60-minute class, you will be invited to experience the more dynamic and energetic aspects of yoga before dropping into the slower, quieter elements. This is a perfect way to break up your week, release what is no longer serving you and make space for things that do. All levels are welcome. Bring your own mat, water bottle and an open mind.
Jason will be leading a weekly evening meditation, starting October 4th. This will be a 1 hour guided meditation at 8pm.
Jason uses pranic healing in his daily life to manage the everyday stresses we deal with. He will be there to give you tools to utilize during your own time and is offereng this class as a great way to wind down for the evening. This will be a consistent event so feel free to drop-in or make it part of your weekly self-care regimen.
NE Wellness will be providing a safe space for women to receive acupuncture in an all-women's setting Thursday evenings from 3-7pm with Mallory Carlson L.Ac.
*Please register through Mindbody and select Women's Acupuncture night under our list of services.
*This event is reoccurring every Thursday
We are offering a weekly tea ceremony every Monday. The ceremony begins at 7pm and offers a meditative approach to help wind down for the evening. Classes will be set to a maximum of 8 people. Cost: $15 per session
Christin will be leading this guided mediation. She learned about the art of Cha Dao during her time in Taiwan at a Buddhist Temple.
Yoga Nidra is also known as sleep yoga and is a type of guided meditation that guides you into a state of consciousness between wakefulness and sleeping. The body is in complete relaxation during yoga nidra, and often times a session can feel like the equivalent of 2-3 hours of sleep. It is useful to practice every day but especially during busy weeks, in stressful times to renew and make space and even during periods of cleansing or fasting to reset and deepen your healing.
The practice of yogic relaxation has been found to reduce tension and anxiety. The symptoms of high stress such as headache, tension, anxiety, palpitations, insomnia, and digestive issues respond well to yoga nidra. It has also been practiced to help people cope with trauma of all kinds and has been shown to help those with dysphoria and dysmorphia, as well.
We’ll start out the workshop with some light restorative stretching before we get into our supported resting poses. Kate will make a recording of our session and share it with all attendees so they may practice at home whenever it would benefit their lives.