Tai Chi also known as meditation in motion is a great way to improve your balance, flexibility and meditating skills through body relaxation and mind direction setting exercises, all while learning a martial art skill.
Wing Chun is a close combat martial art promoted in west by Bruce Lee. This Kung Fu style was developed by a woman - focuses on efficiency and effectiveness of motion.
We will explore both the external and the internal aspects of this exceptional art.
Kickboxing is a great cardio workout and is well known in the world of martial arts.
We bring focus on developing a good technique through simple sets and routine drills in order to master the moves.
Stretching is a form of physical and mental exercise, which results in a feeling of increased muscle control, flexibility, and range of motion.
Meditation can be defined as a practice where an individual uses a technique, such as focusing their mind on a particular object, thought or activity, to achieve a mentally clear and emotionally calm state.
The Tibetan singing bowls are tuned to musical notes that correspond to the different chakras of the body - restoring the balance of your energy. The vibrational effects of these bowls can go to places in your body that no hands could ever reach for a full body cellular massage.
The Drum Circle is intended to allow its participants to relax and let themselves follow the rhythm created by the group. The vibration of the sound allows one to connect within as well as to connect within the group.
Monthly drumming fun - take this hour and reconnect with the vibration of the universe.
Did you ever feel lost? Did you ever wonder how your single life affects the entire universe?
Why we are here? What is our purpose?
Have you ever doubted this reality? Why do we dream and why do we have the need to ask questions?
In these sessions we discuss these and similar topics, practice conscious & mindful living using self-love & kindness.