Wellness Workshops

A nourishing and passionate relationship is one of life’s greatest gifts. Join Jeanette and Scott Fultz for an afternoon of relaxing & playful experiences, geared towards deepening your connection to your partner. Unplug from the stress of your daily activities and nourish each other in both simple and profound ways, finding greater ease and balance in your relationship off the mat.

We will explore:

  • Couples Yoga
  • Couples Breathing & Meditation
  • Couples Massage
  • Couples Active Listening and Sharing

Breathwork is an active meditation that moves stuck energy (fear, anger, anxiety, grief and negative thought patterns) in the body, using a circular two-part breathing technique. As a person breathes their mind begins to quiet, endorphins are released and the heart begins to open.

Breathwork helps you release what is not serving you in your life, leaving you feeling lighter and more grounded. It calms the nervous system, allows you to let go and connect to self, and reduces tension and anxiety.

This workshop will include Breathwork, a curated playlist of music, essential oils and time for integration (a silent meditation). In this powerful session you will breathe, laugh, yell and maybe even cry; it's like nothing you've ever experienced before.

No prior experience with Breathwork or meditation is necessary.

Yoga mats required. Wear comfortable clothes and bring a water bottle. Bolsters and blankets are available at the studio, or you may bring your own.

Make your MoonWish at this potent time for fresh starts and new beginnings!
Learn how to use the "Manifesting Current" of the chakras to increase the probability that your wishes and prayers will come true!

This New Moon Meditation is specifically scheduled to coincide with the new lunar cycle, the most auspicious time for fresh starts and new beginnings. Join Nini to learn how to consciously create changes in yourself and the world. Help bring peace to our planet, abundance to your community and more love and light into your life. Bring your journal and a friend! All are welcome.

We will cover simple strategies, breathing techniques and specific Bach Flower remedies to alleviate children's:

  • anxiety and overwhelm
  • common fears
  • tension and excess worry
  • nervous habits

Parents, alongside their children, will come away with simple techniques and remedies for supporting anxiety-relief naturally.

Facilitated by Nini Gridley, MS Ed, BFRP. Nini was a Child Life Specialist on Pediatrics for 10 years and has seen the widest variety of anxiety in children whether at home in school or in medical settings. Her academic degrees in Child Development lay the ground for offering the Bach Flower Remedies to children and adults to balance fluctuating emotions. As a Kripalu Yoga teacher Nini offers awareness through movement and breath that soothe and comfort the physical body as well.

Bach Flower Remedies are the perfect antidote to the emotional stress of the parenting years. Babies/young children are welcome at this event where you'll learn how to maintain optimal balance! Experience safe, natural, gentle, vibrational remedies that support you though the challenges associated with the ups, downs and many changes of being a parent.

Fee: $35 including your own individual Bach Remedy to relieve your unique emotional state.

Questions, contact Nini Gridley at 518-573-0571 www.NiniGridley.com

Mindful Self-Compassion

Hosted at KindNest by Kristin Brenner of Integrity Mindy Body

Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) is an empirically-supported, 8-week training program designed to cultivate the skills of self-compassion. Based on the groundbreaking research of Kristin Neff and the clinical expertise of Christopher Germer, MSC teaches us how to develop the warm-hearted, connected presence we need during moments of difficulty. Self-compassion provides emotional strength and resilience so that we can offer ourselves the same kindness and understanding we would offer a good friend.

Self-compassion can allow us to motivate ourselves with encouragement, forgive ourselves when needed, face and befriend our shortcomings, care for others while caring for self, and live more authentically. Research shows that self-compassion is strongly associated with emotional well-being, lower levels of anxiety and depression, healthy relationship to food and body, and more satisfying personal relationships.

For further details or to enroll, contact Kristin at 518-221-0806 or visit www.integritymindbody.com