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Perfectly Imperfect starts Sept 28, 5-6pm This series is an introduction to yoga, mindfulness, and meditation for teens and tweens through an interwoven theme of being perfectly imperfect, ultimately finding acceptance of ourselves and others.
Do you have a teen and tween who is interested in yoga, but doesn't know where to start? Maybe you worry your child is striving too hard to be "perfect" in our increasingly imperfect world - or feels alone even amongst friends, misun
Click here to sign up for this Friday's Free Community Wellness Event. There are a few spots left but space is limited, so please sign up to attend. Please also cancel your reservation if you are unable to make it as most classes like this we have offered are waitlisted. This class consists of a Restorative Yoga class with integrated aromatherapy and wellness education. This month we are focusing on building HARMONY within as we reach out towards others. You will be lead t
You know you’re getting old when you find a new taste has been added to the basic four of salty, sweet, sour, and bitter you learned in school. Well folks, there’s a new taste in town, and its name is umami! Translated as “delicious” in Japanese, it is most often thought of as “savory” in English. Writing in The New Yorker in March of 2015, Hannah Goldfield defined umami as “Any food in which glutamic acid occurs naturally or after cooking, aging or fermentation.” Foods dist
During my morning walk today, my shiny red iPhone7 clutched in my hand, I mused about all the ways my hands and therefore my sense of touch have been important in my life. Before telephones left our homes and became almost a body part, there were office machines called typewriters. Anyone in high school college prep or on track to work in an office took typewriting. We learned the Touch Method; that is, memorizing the home keys: a-s-d-f; j-k-l-semi - and taking typing speed t
This week in the Yoga Beginnings class here at The Sacred Space (Tuesdays 6:30 – 7:30 pm), I’ll be introducing the concepts of mindfulness. One of the best definitions of mindfulness I’ve found is from Jon Kabat-Zinn, Professor of Medicine Emeritus at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. Kabat-Zinn is the creator of the Stress Reduction Clinic and Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care, and Society. Kabat-Zinn’s definition is as follows: “Mindfulness is