BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, and with limited numbers in each class, we are offering in-person classes now. (social distancing / masks required) We love our movement studio with its sprung floor that’s easy on the joints.
Individual classes $15.
Individual classes $15.
TAI CHI with QINGYUN Thursdays at 6pm
Yang family style Tai Chi Quan is one of the most popular forms practiced worldwide for its health benefits. Based on the Chen style, Yang Luchan, a Hebei native of the Qing Dynasty, created Yang style tai chi. Yang taichi’s movements are softer, transitions between postures are smoother and easier to practice.
This class will include 15 minutes Qi Gong warm up and 45 minutes first part of Yang-style tai chi which has 14 postures.
Class will take place on the back patio of Nourish. But sometimes in the movement studio if weather does not permit.
ZEN INK PAINTING (Old-Japanese Style, Kneeling) Fridays at 9am
Mary Bowman has been teaching this mindful art form for almost 55 years. All materials will be provided. Just dress comfortably and be prepared to kneel while painting. No artistic experience necessary.
Drop-In Class: $15 (plus $3 for art materials. Or bring your own)
Thursdays at 7pm $9/class
“Dance Like No One is Watching!
Hi! I’m Ty and I absolutely love teaching Zumba classes. The reason is simple: Every class feels like a party!”
BODY-WISE fitness class with Ranjana Thomas
Mondays at 6pm and Tuesdays at 8am
Workout smarter, not harder. This one-hour session combines functional fitness, breathing exercises and a short mindfulness exercise. Torch calories and set your body up to be strong and energetic! Classes held outdoors at Nourish Healing Collective. LIMITED SPACE AND NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS.
Sustainable Yoga for All Ages Saturdays at 10am
Taught by certified Yoga Therapist, Marti Ewing
Recuperative yoga is a safe and transformational yoga that benefits men and women of all ages and at all levels, from elite athletes to the physically challenged. It is a modern yoga program designed to restore and maintain our body’s appropriate range of motion, create good alignment, optimize muscle balance and cultivate physical awareness.
* All poses can be modified for each person’s unique needs.
* Can help resolve physical limitations that may be a result of injury, illness, poor posture in a work environment, or overuse in athletic performance.
YOGA for Centering and Connection WORKSHOP with Lauren Mason Saturday, May 8 12pm-2pm
Learn tools for self healing and connection focused on the pelvis and second chakra. Moving and working with this part of the body helps us find greater connection, creativity, and balance. Appropriate for all students, but especially those who would like to support their reproductive system.