Nourish mind, body and soul for 2017 at open day in M'boro
TO HELP you find the commitment to yourself for the new year, yoga and meditation instructors are offering an open day next week.
Yoga instructor Chelsie Dolfin-Bicanic said the free event will allow anyone to come and experience yoga and other aspects of relaxation and meditation.
"You will get a feel for the styles and teachers at The Studio Maryborough to find a fit for you," she said.
"Yoga is a fantastic way to help balance the body and mind, helping to hone the physical body and emotional selves, effectively reducing stress, anxiety and depression while improving core strength, muscle tone, balance and flexibility to name a few."
Some of the classes you can enjoy will be pilates, chanting, Yoga Nidra meditation, hot Vinyasa and Hatha.
Anyone who comes along to the day will go into the draw to win a yoga mat and class pass.
The Studio is also offering a discount on class passes on the day of the event and until the end of February.
The Studio has a range of yoga classes to suit every fitness level, from beginner to the advanced yoga enthusiast.
The team is made up of Chelsie, who uses Vinyasa yoga with its free flowing breath and movement to help manage the everyday demands of her busy life and her fiery temper.
Kim uses body confidence yoga to improve body image and self-esteem proving that yoga is perfect for building strength and resilience no matter a person's shape or size.
Troy favours the Kundalini style that focuses on the energies in the body, but also points out that "all types of yoga are beneficial for all types of people at any stage of their life".
Helen uses gentle yoga as a means of stress relief and managing fatigue associated with raising five boys.
The free yoga day will be held at The Studio, 4/71 Wharf St, Mary River Marina, Maryborough, on January 14 from 10am-4pm.
Phone 0429967628 or visit The Studio on Facebook.