FERNDALE, MI – Many of us often consider trying yoga but feel too intimidated to drop in as the newbie in a class of intermediates. The Ferndale Library is hosting a special class on Mon., Apr. 10, specifically designed for anyone with no prior experience with this ancient practice of mental, spiritual and physical discipline.
An instructor from the Isha Foundation will teach a free 90 minute class for attendees in the library’s community room. Isha is an international nonprofit organization dedicated to cultivating human potential, with trained instructors striving to energize the possibility every person has to empower themselves and each other.
So, if transformation of mind, body and spirit is something you’ve been longing for, but nervous to try, consider this program as a copacetic kick-start to a brand-new you. No prior experience with yoga is necessary.
In this session, attendees will learn simple, but powerful yoga postures to balance and stabilize your whole body’s system. Yoga can relieve chronic ailments, back pain, stress, anxiety and tension, and it can strengthen the spine. Plus, it only takes only 5-10 minutes to practice daily.
This is a one-time session be for new Yoga participants, after which ongoing online support will be available to anyone interested.
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