Intro to Yoga Workshop at Wisdom Path

Fellow Foothills Holistic Alliance members at Wisdom Path are hosting Introduction to Yoga for their clients and for the larger community on July 16, 2015 from 5:30-7:00pm. Instructor Annaliese Koltermann will lead this 90-minute practice and discussion at Wisdom Path, 220 West Union Street, Morganton, NC. To reserve a spot, call 828-475-6544.

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The Healing Power of Yoga

For some people, working one-on-one with a trained yoga therapist who can adapt and customize a variety of approaches will better suit their specific needs and temperaments. Our Breathe Yoga & Wellness teacher, Annaliese Kolterman, studied under Sudha Carolyn Lundeen at the Kripalu Institute. Lundeen made this statement about yoga therapists in an article published last summer in Kripalu's Thrive journal.

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Slow, deep and consistent breathing has been shown to have benefits in treating conditions ranging from migraines and irritable bowel syndrome to anxiety disorders and pain.Slow, deep and consistent breathing has been shown to have benefits in treating conditions ranging from migraines and irritable bowel syndrome to anxiety disorders and pain. PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES


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"...all human beings love to get 'high'. Part of the joy of being alive includes our ability to change our consciousness, to explore new ways of seeing things and to rise above what can sometimes feel like a mundane, day-to-day struggle. When we get 'high,' we 'clean out the pipes.' We walk new, fresh pathways. We connect more deeply with ourselves, with our fellows and with the universe."


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