Mindful Coloring and Meditation for Adults
Coloring has the potential to reduce anxiety, build focus and create mindfulness. It gives us time to switch off our minds and focus on the present moment. Through mindful coloring, relaxation and meditation, you will leave feeling peaceful and renewed. All materials supplied.
Musical Yoga for Kids (ages 7-13)
This 60-minute holiday themed class will provide time to explore individual and partner yoga poses, art, games, breathing and relaxation. Through structured play and exploration, kids will begin to learn to bring awareness to their bodies and mind in fun and interactive ways and explore tools to create mindfulness and relieve stress. Maximum of 15 students.
Mindful Eating Meditation
Workshop Description Join friends, new and old, for an evening of stress-relief and a delicious meal prepared and served by Redbird Cafe. Liz Smith of Serendipity Yoga will guide you through your meal with attention to mindfulness for the body and mind. The unique evening will begin with a series of mindful movements suitable for all that will help promote healthy digestion and help calm the body and mind after a busy day. Following this, guests will be invited to eat a hearty, warming farm-to-table meal with awareness and attention to all of the senses. After filling our bellies with a balanced dinner, all will be invited to participate in a culminating meditation to seal in the experience.
- Savory bite to start the evening
- Pork or Vegetarian/Tofu Ramen
- Sweet bite to end the meal
BYOB or in house coffee, tea, small batch cold beverages.
This series with Liz Smith is specifically designed for expectant mothers. Through a variety of yoga postures linked to the breath, you will bring awareness to your mind and body and strengthen the connection to your baby. Poses will help strengthen the uterus and pelvic muscles, improve circulation, exercise the spine and help create comfort in your changing body. Meet and connect with other expectant mothers in this safe, open community.
Yoga for Winter
Winter is nature’s time to hibernate and retreat. It’s an active resting phase. We as humans, mirror the seasons. Winter is the darkest and most yin time of the year. We begin to turn inward, storing and conserving our energy, slowing down and getting in tune with our bodies and nature. This class will work with warming breath techniques, slow flow sun salutations and Hatha yoga to promote circulation and emotional well being.