Mindful Movement and Meditation – Reminder: Thursday afternoon Time Change

Just a reminder of the time change for our Thursday afternoon Mindful Movement and Meditation class with Amber.  Our new start time for this class for the winter session is 1:30.

The class will run from 1:30 – 3:00, giving us a little more time to explore slow mindful movement, our mindfulness based meditation and a little more time to relax in our final resting pose.

This class is perfect for beginners to a yoga/movement and meditation practice, but is also a great place to nourish your foundation for experienced practitioners.

We get really caught up in the busyness of life. We are living in an overstimulated world and if we don’t take time to stop, decompress and process then we start to fall apart. What does mindfulness even mean? In simple terms, it means to pay attention to your present moment. It’s a practice that brings us back home to ourselves with compassion and self – love, underneath all the distractions life presents to us. In this class we are gently reintroducing ourselves back to our breath and finding a path underneath the incessant merry-go-round of our thoughts. When we don’t give ourselves a chance to be quiet and integrate the experiences of our life then we begin to live in a chronic state of stress, we can move through our lives on auto-pilot, and the effects are profound. We see it in our relationships, in the way we communicate, in our health, in our sleep, in our overall energy levels. By simply slowing down we start to reverse these effects and become healthier, happier and calmer. Please join us as we journey back into the simple experience of a deep full breath, some quiet time in stillness, and gentle slow mindful movement.

This class (as well as our Wednesday night mindfulness class) is by regular class pass or pay what you can.  There is no need to preregister just drop in when it suits your schedule.

We look forward to seeing you soon.

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