Dec
3
12:15 PM12:15

Meditations for Mindful Living

Join us as we explore simple meditations for mindful living. In this workshop, Meghan Johnston will discuss how you can incorporate meditation into your life and dail(e)y routine to better align your mind, body and soul. You will have the chance to try several different mindfulness exercises and meditation styles to get a better idea of what works best for you. Come with an open mind and leave with the tools to create inner peace.

Register through the Dailey Method. 

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Aug
31
7:15 PM19:15

Intro to Restorative Yoga Class

Come learn about the healing powers of restorative yoga. This class will be an introduction to this powerful style of yoga that can have such transformative effects on body, mind and soul through supporting oneself in deep rest. This is a great class for letting you unwind, release stress, and explore deep relaxation. All supplies provided, just bring yourself and comfy clothes. Space is limited so register early. Cost: Sliding scale $10-$20 / person. 

 

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Aug
18
7:00 PM19:00

Intro to Restorative Yoga

Come learn about the healing powers of restorative yoga. This workshop will be an introduction to this powerful style of yoga that can have such transformative effects on body, mind and soul through supporting oneself in deep rest. This is a great class for letting you unwind, release stress, and explore deep relaxation. All supplies provided, just bring yourself and comfy clothes. Space is limited so register early. Cost: $20 / person

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Jul
30
10:00 AM10:00

The Art of Yoga and Meditation at Wâpikwanew: Blossom

Come explore the intersections of art, yoga and meditation! This yoga and meditation class allows you to explore the Wâpikwanew: Blossom exhibit at the Karsh-Masson Gallery (located at City Hall). Participants will be guided through an all levels yoga and meditation practice that encourages them to mindfully engage with art through both movement and stillness, while also embodying the feelings and emotions behind a piece of art in their yoga practice. A fun exploration of art, the body and movement, and mind and spirit. All are welcome! Please bring a yoga mat.

About the exhibit: 

Wâpikwanew means blossom in Nehiyawewin (the Cree language), and blossoms are a form of natural beauty that emerges in the wake of a winter’s sleep. From floral beadwork to ink on eggs, from paint on canvas to birch bark bitings, floral images are a source of symbolism that support self-identification, cultural identity, memory, traditional knowledge and meditation. 

This free event is a partnership between Epic Fitness + Lifestyle and the Karsh-Masson Gallery. Please register through Epic: http://bit.ly/2sk6L3m

 

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