- Thich Nhat Hanh
Classes focused on slow and deep breathing to relax the mind and body
Meditation: Balance & Harmony
12:15pm - 1pm
Deep Dive Meditation
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Emotions, be they angry, peaceful, anxious, sad, or happy, activate your nervous system to release chemicals into your bloodstream that can pull your focus and energy away from other matters. When emotions are that strong, we may be tempted to label them the “enemy.” Refusing to accept how you feel only postpones the inevitable; every emotion you deny will always return, trying to convey important information.
Join us for a six-week course as we take a deep dive into our emotional state and start the healing process through meditation.
Sept 4 – Opening to Love and Gratitude
Sept 11 – Breathing and Stretching
Sept 18 – Defining Intention and Purpose
Sept 25 – Practicing Forgiveness
Oct 2 – Building Self-Trust and Personal Integrity
Oct 9 – Visualizing and Manifesting Dreams
Getting in Touch with Nature
6pm - 6:45pm
Learn simple mindful techniques to enhance and expand our relationship with Nature. We will have immersive interactions with nature through listening, touching, playing, walking and exploring. This walking meditation class will take through the beautiful gardens of Pachika while teaching you to be mindful of every step, breath, and moment.
From the Heart: Feel to Heal
6:30pm - 7:30pm
Join this intimate class setting in recognizing strong emotions that have taken root in your daily life. Once these emotions are acknowledged, you can start to heal them. This class incorporates meditation, mantras, and Reiki.
Abraham Hicks: A Study & Meditation
7 pm - 8 pm
Sept 19: How to trust that your desire is coming
Sept 26: Exercises to Make your Indestructible
Oct 3: Stop Your Past Program
Oct 10: Dreaming big requires believing big!
Mindfulness Stress Reduction for Caregivers - COMING SOON
Starting Friday, Oct. 5
2 pm - 2:30 pm
Caregivers often experience stress, mental and physical exhaustion, anxiety and even depression. As a caregiver, Patty understands what stress can do to the body. With Mindfulness Stress Reduction for Caregivers, Patty will show you how to offer yourself compassion by learning mindfulness techniques to help you reduce stress, balance emotions, and energize your life.
Wednesday & Friday
10am - 11am
This class is designed to provide an engaging environment for people with a varied range of motion. Classes will utilize props, such as chairs and cushions, as needed to help you build stability and ﬂexibility. The small group setting will create a safe space that can tailor an eﬀective practice to your needs.
Tuesday & Thursday
5:30pm - 6:30pm
These general yoga classes oﬀer mindful movement, breath work, and a progressive muscle relaxation. Classes ﬂow through yoga poses, take time to align posture and oﬀer chances to build strength and increase mobility. Designed to help clients de-stress, revitalize and function for their full potential
Tuesday & Thursday
6am - 7am
A great way to greet the sun and the arrival of a new day. By being aware of the rhythms of the natural world and practicing as the sun rises, we tap into our own natural rhythms too. Many of us are so caught up in the world of technology and work that we forget we too are a part of nature and this morning routine is a reminder of our more natural state.
Sun Rise Yoga is a less intensive form of yoga that’s perfect for all–wake up your body and mind while connecting with your breath. Sun Rise Yoga is easy to learn in an intimate setting. Small class sizes allow for instructors to assist and guide you through an early morning gentle stretch routine.
6 pm - 7 pm
Prenatal yoga is a gentle and mindful yoga flow designed for expecting mothers. The intentional movements in this class will help mothers connect to their breath and to their growing babies. This class will focus on relaxing breathing exercises, restoring postures for the body and mind, and creating special intentions for birth and new babies.
3pm - 4:30pm
Come experience the first Qoya classes available in Arkansas with Zee Kirk, certified Qoya teacher, and step more fully into yourself as we breathe, stretch, circle, dance to the rhythm of our heartbeat, practice our yoga as prayer, embrace our whole selves, shake off what doesn’t serve us, and embody our full feminine beings, aligning our minds, bodies and souls through movement with intention.
These classes are for women 18 and up, all shapes, sizes and ability levels are welcome–you don’t have to know how to dance or do yoga to benefit from Qoya. There are no levels and you can’t get it wrong!
QiGong - COMING SOON!
6 pm - 7 pm
This class will provide a thorough introduction to the practice of Qigong, which is a form of meditation. Qigong involves movements which are similar to Tai Chi, though simpler, as well as relaxed breathing and mindful attention. The practice imparts mental calm, mild exercise and an activation of the body’s healing ability.
Jack Kayser has been a practitioner of qigong for 10 years and of yoga and meditation for over 40. He recently earned a Qigong Group Leader Certification from the Spring Forest Qigong Center in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.