YOGA FOR ADULTS
Whether on a mat or a chair, yoga is designed to support people with a solid and safe practice that will transition you on and off the floor, or chair if preferred. Perfect for beginners or even those with more experience.
YOGA FOR CHILDREN
An exercise program begun in childhood helps kids remain physically active and healthy. Kids also develop balance, flexibility, and strength... all while having fun! Aside from the physical benefits, yoga can help children focus, relax, build confidence, and learn self-awareness along with a acceptance and tolerance of others.
Research has shown that 20 minutes of yoga nidra equals one hour of sleep and has been effective in promoting peaceful rest, anxiety/stress reduction and overall clarity. In this guided meditation, minimal physical activity required.
T'ai Chi is a gentle and meditative form of flowing movements designed to promote balance, range of motion, calm, and inner mental and physical discipline.
A transformational movement practice that facilitates the ability to move in ways that are intuitive and healing, directed by the individual’s personal body rhythm. There are no steps to learn, teachers to copy, or specific clothing to wear... everything you need is within. Experience your power and awesome creativity.
Being active doesn't require joining a gym. Changes to your daily routine can jumpstart a healthy lifestyle. Regular cardiovascular exercise, combined with high-intensity interval training and strength workouts, can lower the risk of many illnesses, boost metabolism, and enhance cognitive function.
A “hands on” form of healing that helps to support and balance your energy centers. It is helpful in reducing stress and anxiety, and promotes tranquility. Treatment can be completed in a chair or lying on a massage table with you completely clothed at all times.
MYOFASCIAL RELEASE &
Helpful when the pain just won’t go away, gentle supportive holds are used to allow the restrictions in the fascia — the connective tissues that are found within the body — are released to allow for less pain, increased range of motion, and more circulation. Requires a prescription from referring medical professional.
The development of lymphedema can result in cosmetic and functional limitations. A Certified Lymphedema Therapist will initiate manual lymph drainage techniques, compression bandaging, and exercise protocols. Requires collaboration with your referring medical professional and requires a prescription for lymphedema management.