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Wendy Keslick
Health & Wellness > Yoga
Start: Mar 30, 2020 at 12:00 pm EDT
Chair Yoga Class. All are welcome.This class is designed for those with limited mobility. Please have a sturdy chair without arms in class. A folding chair can work it you will find it supportive and comfortable for the duration of class. Photo credit: Freepik
Hello! I am Samantha Cervino. Wellness Universe Ambassador, Energy Healer, Author and Mentor. I'd like to invite you to join me live for these wonderful Gratitude sessions in which I will lead you in a gratitude process that will change your life in wonderful ways. There are many great benefits to this practice and once you try it once, you will see for yourself. These are Free live weekly sessions. A safe place to meet and be grateful together. If you happen to be on your lunch break during this time thats ok! Join me anyways :) It is a great way to start your week! Watch the video to learn more :) Register now and I look forward to seen you there. In gratitude, Samantha
Wendy Keslick
Health & Wellness > Yoga
Start: Mar 31, 2020 at 02:00 pm EDT
This is a flow class that is designed to prevent injuries to the shoulder from repetitive moves through chaturanga. It is a light flow class. We will be building heat and moving through the asanas at a pace suitable for newer students.
At this time of social distancing, it's important now more than ever that we take steps to maintain our sense of mental health and well-being. Music is an easy, natural, and inexpensive way to do this. In this interactive psychoeducational group, we'll explore different ways that you can use music to help maintain your mental well-being.
Leigh Mallis guides and teaches her Wednesday class through the use of pranayama, movement and meditation. Kundalini strengthens the nervous system and boosts the immune system to handle stress in this unprecedented time. Bring your mat, blanket and an open mind to class. Leigh will be live streaming and answering questions at the end. If you cannot tune in live you can watch the recorded version. Check the attached handout for the mantras use in class.
During this time of extreme stress, I'm offering a respite for those who wish to focus on how to allow space and make the next right choice. This class will repeat for 4 weeks with various techniques discussed and practiced for immediate use in your life NOW.
Sleep is vital to good health. Learn why sleep is so important and what your body is actual doing while you sleep. Learn practical tips on how to improve your sleep hygiene routine and create better health!
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Wendy Keslick
Health & Wellness > Yoga
Start: Apr 02, 2020 at 02:00 pm EDT
This is a flow class that is designed to prevent injuries to the shoulder from repetitive moves through chaturanga. It is a light flow class. We will be building heat and moving through the asanas at a pace suitable for most newer students.
In this class, we will look at coronavirus (COVID-19) from an Ayurvedic perspective. What doshas may be involved? Is there a way to help prevent or mitigate coronavirus? Can herbs help? (Please note: If you have any symptoms of coronavirus, you should contact your doctor or local health department right away.)
Peggy Sealfon
Health & Wellness
Start: Apr 09, 2020 at 11:00 am EDT
This is a 30-minute class that is suitable for all levels from never having practiced ANY yoga to advanced practitioners. Peggy provides a gentle Amrit Yoga experience that combines Hatha and Raja yoga; external asanas/postures with internal mindfulness of prana/vital life force energy. It's an inspiring class that helps reduce fears, anxiety and boosts the immune system through the integration of mind-body.
Join me on a journey to a courageous life through the active, daily practice of loving compassion. Together, we'll explore the concept of compassion through several lenses: cultural, spiritual, bio-cognitive theory, and neuropsychology. Taking what we learn, we'll consider the following questions: * How to we learn compassion, and what does it look like? * Why is compassion a responsive exercise? * Why must compassion be a "practice"? Through this series, we'll cover self-compassion, compassion with others, and the exercise of compassionate response in difficult situations that present themselves in our lives. Each class will be part teaching and part interactive with coaching as time permits.
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Business professionals in caring professions must deal with ambiguity, stress from various "ports", and may over-deliver compassion on a daily basis. Our world can become chaotic, less structured, and seemingly out of control. It's very possible to develop compassion fatigue and even burnout. In this session participants will: 1) Explore the five circles of health 2) Identify signs and symptoms of compassion fatigue and burnout 3) Learn behavior modification techniques to self-soothe, "color-code" the chaos and practice self-compassion. I do a breath-coloring exercise with this session.
 
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