Upcoming Events

All classes are now first come first serve, please arrive early. No longer using Schedulicity

Feb
26
Wed
QiGong & Yin Yoga Fusion @ Float State
Feb 26 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
QiGong & Yin Yoga Fusion @ Float State

Qi Gong Moving Meditation Kiyomi Zenutopia

NEW class for 2020!

Join us for Qigong (Moving Meditation) and Yin Yoga Fusion!

Do you need:
-More energy?
-More relaxation?
-To boost your immune system?
-Support for your joints, tendons and connective tissue?

If you answered YES to any of the above, Qigong/Yin Yoga Fusion can help!

Qigong (chee-gong) means “practicing with energy”, which increases oxygen flow in the bloodstream, and moves energy in your meridians to encourage your body to function at its best.
Qigong uses easy-to-follow, slow movements with rhythmic breathing, making it ideal for any age, any body type, in any condition.

Yin Yoga poses is based on Hatha yoga, but with an emphasis on the joints and on introspection/meditation. The poses are held in a way to open your meridians, like Qigong does, so both modalities support each other.

Both practices combine ancient knowledge with modern day mindfulness, encouraging the body to release blockages on a physical, emotional, mental and spiritual level.

This class is a new and innovative practice. Kiyomi always strives to design a program that supports you the most as quickly as you are ready to transform.

Feb
27
Thu
Body Awareness in Motion
Feb 27 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Body Awareness in Motion

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction – simple and easy to learn mindfulness practice can cultivate states of relaxation, improve physical symptoms of pain and chronic illness, open our minds to greater insight, and enhance our physical health and sense of well being.

Feb
28
Fri
Flow Massage
Feb 28 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Flow Massage

Lynda (licensed massage therapist) & Maggie (certified yoga instructor RYT 200) have developed a new and exciting class!
Get massage & restorative yoga with all their benefits in this 90 min class.
As you are relaxing in a fully supported posture for 7-10 minutes you will be pampered with massage and Thai yoga, with an incorporation of essential oils and vibrational and sound healing.
This class is perfect for all skill levels. No yoga experience necessary and it is especially good for any one who loves a massage, yet intimidated by a one-on-one massage and would like to stay clothed. All you have to do is lay back and relax in our tranquil space.

Please reserve your spot via Schedulicity: https://www.schedulicity.com/scheduling/FSY6QA/workshops

Mar
1
Sun
Mindful Unity Yoga
Mar 1 @ 9:15 am – 10:15 am
Mindful Unity Yoga

Mindful Unity Yoga Scot

Mindfulness-based, gentle postures and breath guided movements with meditation and relaxation.

This class is first come first serve, please arrive early.

Mar
2
Mon
Mindful Monday
Mar 2 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction – simple and easy to learn mindfulness practice can cultivate states of relaxation, improve physical symptoms of pain and chronic illness, open our minds to greater insight, and enhance our physical health and sense of well being.

 

This class is open and appropriate for all levels, beginners welcome.

The practice is conducted seated in relaxing chairs.

This class will include seated and reclining meditations, attention on mindfulness of the breath and sensations in the body, and guided body scan relaxation.

Mar
3
Tue
The Belly Dance Workout
Mar 3 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
The Belly Dance Workout

The Belly Dance Workout Na’lah

 Presenting a fusion of Bellydance moves and fitness.  Upbeat, easy to follow Bellydance moves with a spicy cardio kick!

This class is first come first serve, please arrive early.

Mar
4
Wed
QiGong & Yin Yoga Fusion @ Float State
Mar 4 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
QiGong & Yin Yoga Fusion @ Float State

Qi Gong Moving Meditation Kiyomi Zenutopia

NEW class for 2020!

Join us for Qigong (Moving Meditation) and Yin Yoga Fusion!

Do you need:
-More energy?
-More relaxation?
-To boost your immune system?
-Support for your joints, tendons and connective tissue?

If you answered YES to any of the above, Qigong/Yin Yoga Fusion can help!

Qigong (chee-gong) means “practicing with energy”, which increases oxygen flow in the bloodstream, and moves energy in your meridians to encourage your body to function at its best.
Qigong uses easy-to-follow, slow movements with rhythmic breathing, making it ideal for any age, any body type, in any condition.

Yin Yoga poses is based on Hatha yoga, but with an emphasis on the joints and on introspection/meditation. The poses are held in a way to open your meridians, like Qigong does, so both modalities support each other.

Both practices combine ancient knowledge with modern day mindfulness, encouraging the body to release blockages on a physical, emotional, mental and spiritual level.

This class is a new and innovative practice. Kiyomi always strives to design a program that supports you the most as quickly as you are ready to transform.

Mar
5
Thu
Body Awareness in Motion
Mar 5 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Body Awareness in Motion

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction – simple and easy to learn mindfulness practice can cultivate states of relaxation, improve physical symptoms of pain and chronic illness, open our minds to greater insight, and enhance our physical health and sense of well being.

Mar
8
Sun
Mindful Unity Yoga
Mar 8 @ 9:15 am – 10:15 am
Mindful Unity Yoga

Mindful Unity Yoga Scot

Mindfulness-based, gentle postures and breath guided movements with meditation and relaxation.

This class is first come first serve, please arrive early.

Mar
9
Mon
Mindful Monday
Mar 9 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction – simple and easy to learn mindfulness practice can cultivate states of relaxation, improve physical symptoms of pain and chronic illness, open our minds to greater insight, and enhance our physical health and sense of well being.

 

This class is open and appropriate for all levels, beginners welcome.

The practice is conducted seated in relaxing chairs.

This class will include seated and reclining meditations, attention on mindfulness of the breath and sensations in the body, and guided body scan relaxation.