Meditation is a grounding practice which helps you to know yourself better, appreciate yourself and others more, and allows you to get a more relaxed and sound sleep.
Science has proven that regular meditation can have powerful long-lasting effects. Meditation helps to activate our rest-and-digest system and begin the process of ushering our body back to a more natural and calm state. Our body begins to heal and grows stronger and more resilient.
Through mediation you begin to notice your body and mind more easily let go of daily stressors and challenges. You feel calmer. You can focus more clearly. You can be more creative. You feel more balanced and comfortable in your skin.
This 30 minute class includes a centering theme, teaching of a meditation technique for the evening (such as breathe, yoga nidra, or tapping), a guided meditation, quiet and stillness time. Come with an open heart and gain a clear mind.
Sign-up for this date only.
Bring a mat and blanket (a bath towel will do as a substitute). These items help make your seated time more comfortable allowing you to release focus from the physical and foster your focus on practices of the mind. The studio has folding chairs and a limited supply of bolsters (pillows) and yoga blocks.
Reserve Your Spot!
This class will be held in-person on Wednesday, February 16th at 6:45-7:15pm
Follow @WellinLife on Facebook & Instagram for updates on class availability.
Hello! I’m Denise Wellin. I’m a Certified Personal Trainer-Restorative Exercise Specialist™ (CPT-RES™), Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT200) and studying for my ISSA Certified Personal Trainer + Precision Nutrition Certificates (both expected 2021). I began learning sign language when I was young as I wanted to communicate with a family friend who was deaf. That led to my first career as a sign language interpreter. When that career caused a repetitive motion injury (tendinitis), I started a journey into health, wellness and pain management that continues today.
I founded WellinLife when I realized the movements we do all day long nourish our body more than an exercise session. I believe in weaving yoga, mindset health and movement curiosity into daily life. I study anatomy, biomechanics, and the psycho-social influence our moving plays on living in with an effective mindset and pain free body well into our advanced ages.
For optimal well-being, we need to learn how to move well, move often, relax well, and relax often. The combination of yoga asanas, breathwork, restorative exercise, and resistance training can support our lifelong, day-to-day, moment-to-moment, healthy movement habits.
Are you ready to get comfortable in bare feet, moving from floor to standing, twisting, bending, balancing, reaching, breathing?
Are you ready to enjoy the hobbies and activities you love to do with more energy and stamina?
Are you ready to appreciate everything your body is capable of doing no matter your age or current fitness level?