Spring 30-Day Detox and Yoga Challenge
Breathe’s next Wellness Series event will be kicking of with a talk hosted by Naturopathic doctor and health coach, Tannis McLaren. Join us April 13th at 7pm in the Junction for a motivating lecture and then get started on our Spring 30-Day Detox and Yoga Challenge.
Pre-registration is required. $30 for non-members, 10% discount for members. For more information, email us or stay tuned for updates.
You asked for an encore…
Last Sunday, Colin and Suz entranced a room full of yogis with their combination of Hot Yin yoga and the hypnotizing sound of live didgeridoo. Join them again this upcoming Sunday, March 11th at 4:45pm for another series of opening Yin poses while you feel the vibrations of this amazing “drone pipe”
If you have been wondering what lies behind our Treatment Room door, Breathe is happy to announce that out Massage Therapy program is now running at our Junction studio.
We have massage for therapy as well as relaxation – Swedish, Sport, Pre- and Post-natal and Thai Yoga Massage, with 60, 75, 90 and 120 minute appointments available so you can customize your massage for your body.
Massage therapy is the assessment and manipulation of soft tissues and joints of the body for the treatment and prevention of physical dysfunction. It can be preventative or restorative, augment physical function or relieve pain. Massage therapy has ﬁrmly established its role as a clinically-oriented health care option used to relieve a variety of conditions because it achieves undeniable results.
If you would like more information about our Massage Therapy, or to inquire about booking an appointment, please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Your back wants to bend,” Ernie tells his Iyengar students. While it might not always feel like it, back bends are a very natural and healthy movement for the spine, but it is extremely nourishing for the spine, back and shoulders, it opens the heart and chest area
Join us at the end of March when Ernie will be leading our next Master Class, focusing on deepening and refining your practice. Not only does it nourish the spine and shoulders, it opens the chest and heart area which can improve breathing, relieve back and shoulder tightness and even help improve levels of stress and depression.
Take the fear out of bending backwards by learning proper alignment and form. If you are already fairly comfortable with backbends, take this chance to deepen and refine your practice by learning more about the anatomy behind back bending and the safest way to work yourself up to full postures.