Yoga – A Peaceful Path to Well-Being
The word, yoga, actually means union. And for thousands of years, that is exactly how it has been used – to bring the body, mind and spirit of its practitioners into complete harmony.
One of yoga’s greatest selling points is that it’s a form of exercise that virtually everyone can practice, regardless of age or fitness level. Invariably those who regularly practice yoga soon benefit from better balance, stronger muscles, more flexibility and a deeper sense of well being.
At St. Elizabeth, all of our yoga classes are led by certified yoga instructors. The benefits participants realize include:
- Reduced stress
- Improved circulation
- Diminished arthritis pain and stiffness
- Increased concentration ability
- More conditioned bodies
Kundalini Yoga helps:
- Reduce stress and promote emotional balance
- Increase spine flexibility and muscle strength
- Expand lung capacity
- Assist in digestion and elimination
- Stimulate the circulatory and immune system
- Stabilize and strengthen the nervous system
- Improve mental clarity and enhance self-awareness
Cost: 4 wks/$40 (consecutively) or $12/class
Beginners and all adult ages are welcome!
Please bring a yoga mat or blanket and water. Wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing.
To register or for more information please call the Holistic Health Center at(859) 301-5959.
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