Free Event:

Gentle Yoga

yoga classGentle Yoga with Dana Keegan

Free Demo Class Monday January 1, 2018 from 7:30-8:45 PM - Save me a spot!
Six week series: January 8 - February 12

This is a fun introduction to Gentle Yoga that will make you feel comfortable and at home in the Three Trees studio. It is well-suited to those who are looking for a relaxed, gentle paced workout. The poses are presented with many modifications, making the class appealing to anyone with moderate physical, medical or age-related challenges. Emphasis will be on improving balance; developing conscious breathing; cultivating strength and flexibility; and calming the mind. Ideal for seniors, individuals with MS, Chronic Fatigue or Fibromyalgia or those transitioning from illness/injury/surgery or a sedentary lifestyle.

$78 in advance, $83 at the door
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Awakening the Kundalini with Kandy "Sohan" Hughes

Free Demo Class: Wednesday, January 17 from 7:30 - 8:45pm - save me a spot!
6 Wedesdays: January 24 - February 28

We will explore kriyas complete with gong baths and meditations.  Components of these classes are meant to clear and open the chakras to awaken our kundalini energy and simultanesously benefit every system of the body.  Both beginning and experienced yogis welcomed.

$78 in advance, $83 at the door (Space limited)
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taichi Tai Chi with Wayne Schwisow

Free Demo Class: Thursday, January 18 from 4:45 - 5:45pm - Save me a spot!
6 week series: January 25 - March 1

Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese system of slowly flowing movements and shifts of balance that strengthens the legs while conditioning the tendons and ligaments of the ankles, knees, and hips, increasing their range of motion and making them more resilient, less prone to injury. The constant weight shifts practiced in Tai Chi increase balance and body awareness, leading to greater ease of movement within the practice and in everyday life. Tai Chi is a physical practice, done standing, that focuses the mind, while conditioning the body.

"I recently had major surgery. My physical therapist remarked that the reason I have done so well is because I had been practicing Tai Chi every day." - Jim Lyons

Tai Chi is associated with the following benefits:
more efficient breathing, reduced blood pressure, slower declines in cardiovascular power, increased bone density, increased strength and range of motion of joints, greater leg strength, knee strength and flexibility, reduced levels of stress hormones during and after practice, improved immune function, and heightened mood states.

$78 in advance, $83 at the door
Register for this six week series