Start your week off right with gentle yoga, close to home. We are now offering morning group yoga classes in Maggie Valley!
Join Candra Smith for a gentle Vinyasa Flow class, open to beginner and intermediate-level participants.
Where? Maggie Valley Club, below the Pin High Bar and Grille
When? Mondays, July 18 – October 31, 9AM – 10AM
Cost for admission? $20 per person for each session. Contact the Maggie Valley Wellness Center to purchase a pack of eight for $150.
How to join? Drop-in admission. Contact the Maggie Valley Wellness Center for directions or more info.
Receive the benefit of having a class designed specifically for you! Have any questions answered and feel comfortable going into a class situation after experiencing a few one-on-one sessions. This is a great option for beginners or advanced students alike. *Note- we now have classes being offered via Zoom so you can practice with us from anywhere!
30 minute session: $50
60 minute session: $75
Four 60 minute sessions: $275
In a Restorative Yoga Class you’ll be propped up with blankets and bolsters bringing the floor up to you allowing for complete relaxation. Here you’ll discover a gentle mix of passive stretching and soft massage mixed with essential oils. The perfect combo to invite the release of tension.
Restorative Yoga is perfect for those who want to have a little “me” time but it is also ideal for those who find it hard to unwind. No yoga experience is necessary and all postures will be lying down. Please wear comfortable clothing.
60 minute session: $75
One of the best things you can do for yourself each day is to sit in silence. Just a few of the many benefits in establishing a meditation practice are increased immunity, reduced stress, greater clarity and focus, improved sleep, increased patience and compassion and so much more. Join us in discovering a few effective techniques to still the mind and improve your awareness.
There are many ways to improve your wellbeing. One of the most ancient and effective ways of healing your body is with the control of the breath (or prana). Prana is also considered the chi or energy of the body. When prana is low we could feel depressed, fatigue or a lack of motivation. Although we can find nourishment through our diet and the prana that is in our food choices, we can also create a better flow of prana by using simple breathing practices along with mudras to enhance the prana in our bodies. This is worth checking out!