Emotional freedom technique (EFT) is an alternative treatment for physical pain and emotional distress. It's also referred to as tapping or psychological acupressure. This technique of tapping the body along certain points can create a balance in your energy system and can help to release physical and emotional pain and blockages.
Serena’s story about how she came to learn about EFT.
“As a child and adult I would naturally find ease in tapping on different parts of my body without having the understanding of why it felt so good to me, it’s just something I’ve always done to self soothe. In 2017 I took a Thai Chi class with Karen Sifton where she introduced EFT and it was in that moment that I made connection.
Finally I had language for what I have naturally been doing through my life. Fascinated and in love with the practice I continue to use it in my daily life. This practice is so dear to me and I would be deeply honored to share it with my community. “
MsFits are movement classes for women with bigger bodies or with limited mobility/chronic pain. Everyone deserves to feel good in their bodies, so we are here to help!
Tuesday- Low Impact Cardio
Thursday- Strong & Balanced Yoga
Friday- Low Impact Cardio & Stretch
Sam is a believer in the power of the mind, body, and spirit. She studied with Trinity School of Natural Health to become a holistic health coach while also training with Evolutionary Education as a yoga teacher. She is a practicing Reiki master believing in the power of energetic healing to facilitate the body’s natural ability to self-heal and is always looking to further her knowledge in every way God has given us to heal and strengthen our whole selves.
Join Yoga Psychology teacher and Reiki Master, Sam McRae for a guided meditation for balancing the chakras. Limited Space Available.
A guide on how different foods balance or overload the chakra system. Hosted by Samantha McRae and Sarah Littlejohn. Limited Space Available.
Plants that heal are all around us. Learn the history of herbal remedies and a few basic herbal uses in your self care regimen. Hosted by Samantha McRae and Sarah Littlejohn. Limited Space Available.
Samantha McRae is a brilliant Yogini, lifelong student, and biblical nerd. This experience is a lovely way to bridge the "gap" that can sometimes exist between yoga and western cultural beliefs. Limited Space Available.
Learn how to find your Dosha and nourish your dosa with the right foods. Hosted by Samantha McRae and Sarah Littlejohn. Limited Space Available.
Sarah is a fantastic bodyworker who has taken her love of mindfulness and movement to a new level. She has chosen to share her mindful body awareness and inner peace with you. Open your mind to new possibilities.
Yoga for all body types. Yin Yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga as exercise with asanas that are held for longer periods of time—for beginners, it may range from 45 seconds to two minutes; more advanced practitioners may stay in one asana for five minutes or more.
Nelta interest in the metaphysical realm started at a young age. She often asked herself, "How are we connected to the Spirit World?" She found the answer to her question after studying meditation and hypnosis. Meditation involves quieting the mind and allowing ourselves to receive messages from Our Higher Selves, Our Guides, and God. It was first through meditation that she found the Spiritual connection she sought.
Hypnosis is another way in which we can make these kinds of Spiritual Connections, Nelta spent many years working with clients under hypnosis and found it to be a wonderful way to discover more about ourselves. Using methods like Dolores Cannon's Quantum Healing Hypnosis and Candace Craw Goldman's Beyond Quantum Healing Hypnosis she found clients not only learn so much about their own lives, but receive much needed healing and help for everything from illness to weight loss to quitting smoking.
Nelta also incorporates Reiki into her practice and her sessions. Reiki is a type of energy healing done by touch to help activate the natural healing process.
Regression hypnosis takes the person to a past event or events in their current life or past life. You do not have to believe in past lives to benefit from this. You are the one in control of your experience. When we become aware of our past and how it shaped us, we can empower our present.
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Today is a great day to start connecting with your Higher Self and find answers to your life's questions.
In 2007, Kate started attending yoga with coworkers as they were looking for a good workout and outlet for stress relief while working on Capitol Hill in DC. After a few classes at a variety of different studios and different formats, Kate was hooked! This led to a long yoga journey since that helped guide her through overcoming injuries and health challenges with yoga as a tool for wellness and recovery.
While living in Chicago in 2016, Kate completed her 200 hour RYT yoga teacher training at CorePower Yoga focusing on power and hot yoga formats. Since then, she has immersed herself in studying restorative yoga formats like yin and methods of leveraging yoga for health and wellness.
Kate is a firm believer that there is no such thing as a perfect yoga pose or perfect yoga body, that we can all embrace safe versions of poses but that our bodies change with each practice and that the perfect pose is going to be what feels right for your body at that moment. Join her classes to explore your own practice and different variations of poses or modifications to best accommodate where you are in your journey - or where you maybe just that day!
All of Kate's classes are open for all levels and experience as she will offer options for all backgrounds to enjoy. She also has a strong love of music and enjoying tunes for class as well as celebrating one another's journey with yoga.
The Detox Yoga Flow class is based on a fusion of a Vinyasa style class (breath to movement and flowing from one posture to another) and the classic 26 poses of a heated yoga format (this format, focuses on muscle relief and detox for the body and mind). During class, students will focus on pranayama (breath to movement) and build strength through balancing, to core, to more restorative poses in the second half of the class. The order of the format also helps your body build upon muscle memory and creates stretches to help detox or flush out any tension that has been building up from other workouts or day to day life!
For class, students are encouraged to drink water in advance and bring a water bottle and facemask. The class will be 75 minutes and in a warm room (comfortable and cozy for a practice to relieve any tight muscles - but not a traditional hot temperature!).
The Detox Yoga Flow class is accessible to students of all levels. If you have any injuries please let the instructor know before class as options and modifications will be offered for poses throughout the practice.
Tate is a senior at The University of West Georgia studying transpersonal psychology and cultural anthropology. He is a certified (200 hr. RYT) yoga and meditation practitioner with an emphasis on somatic bodywork and mind-body connection through the means of pranayama, vinyasa flow, Yoga Nidra, and dynamic relaxation meditations. As a student at UWG, his studies stem from the fascination of consciousness research and transpersonal states of awareness as means to align the mind, body, and spirit in order to foster optimal growth and development of our inner selves. Using a holistic approach, his hope is to provide a safe, relaxing, and comfortable space to empower individuals and honor the development of self-awareness and introspection for all. This evolutionary approach to self-cultivation seeks to reestablish our connection to the natural world, and our interconnectedness to one another.
Gentle Yoga and Meditation will seek to further our connection of mind, body, and spirit. This class will provide a safe, calming space for individuals to fully relax and step out of our busy lives in an attempt to sit with our feelings, emotions, and past experiences. Through using the Yin movement and Yoga Nidra, this class will offer a comfortable introduction to light movement and guided meditations with an emphasis on compassion and kindness to our bodies, and one another.
Jessica graduated from The Yoga and Ayurveda Center’s 200 hour yoga teacher training in 2020. Her yoga journey began in college at the University of West Georgia, but she truly fell in love with her practice while she was living in Chattanooga, Tennessee and attending an amazing studio there. Jessica's yoga philosophy is that yoga is for everybody, and it is a deeply healing practice that can be enjoyed by anyone regardless of physical abilities. Too often , she hears something like, “Oh, I’m not flexible enough for that,” or “I can’t even touch my toes,” but in fact, physical poses are only one of the eight limbs of yoga. It’s so much more than touching your toes! While Jessica loves a good power yoga flow, she really enjoys the mental benefits of a slow, restorative class too, and she hopes to open others to all the possibilities of a balanced yoga experience.
Call Jessica at 706-980-5586 to schedule with her and learn more.
Serena's style of yoga ranges from traditional roots, meditation, breath work and a free flow through your own body in how your body moves kinda of experience. She also offer Hoop Movement, a wonderful way to tap into our core and playful energy by getting out of our heads into the body through the exploration of the hula hoop. Serena's passion is to support and offer fun and creative ways to get into the moment and grounded in the body. Stagnant energy can get built up or we can become overwhelmed and unhappy when we forget to anchor or how to let go and play. The intention is to reconnect to our playful and creative parts of ourselves so that we may show up in the world happier and better functioning beings.
Hoop Movement is a wonderful way to tap into your core and playful energy by getting of your head into the body through the exploration of the hula hoop. Bring an open mind, open heart and a willingness to have fun.
Contact Serena at 470-522-5386 to see when her next class is!