Susan Castle, NP will lead us in a powerful workshop surrounding brain health as we age. This is one you won't want to miss.
Join us for a special evening of Yinyasa. This class blends Yin Yoga (long-held passive poses to stretch connective tissue and promote the health of joints) and Vinyasa (gentle flow to strengthen and invigorate) to promote the flow of energy.
This integrated style of practice is designed to help the body and mind maintain a balanced internal state that optimizes health and healing.
Monday May 23rd, Yinyasa 6-7:30 pm
Meet Tracy Hall, women's health coach.
With over 35 years in the health & fitness industry as an athlete, trainer, speaker, educator, and coach, she helps women create lives from which they no longer wish to escape.
You may not even know what you are looking for, but you know something feels off. The longer you keep it in, the bigger it gets. The connection made through joining a healthy women's circle is calming to the nervous system.
It not only feels good...it contains a ripple effect that also positively impacts those closest to us.
Gift yourself the wisdom of clarity, connection and balance.
Join Tracy and Amy Wednesday, May 18th, 7-8:30 pm.
Eight classes for $120
on practice from now thru-June 30th
*purchase when you book your next class
Thank you for your support. Really, it's been a fantastic year.
Whether you have attended classes, workshops, or events at Amy Lloyd Wellness & Yoga our goal has been to assist you in...
It's our chance to thank you for being a part of a community in health. The positive spirit and energy are alive and well and we will continue to support you in WELLNESS.
Are you new to yoga or looking to deepen your practice? Private yoga sessions are a fantastic way to have one on one instruction, guidance, and support. Each session will be tailored to you and will assist in strengthening, alignment, stretching, and relaxation depending on your specific needs. If you prefer to share the session with a friend, please inquire.
If you haven't tried BeAnne's workshop, give yourself this gift.
Restorative yoga has a deep healing influence on the body and mind.
It gives you space to slow down and be in the moment with your own breath in a space of loving presence.
When the physical body rests in long-held supportive postures, the natural healing process resumes; restoring the body and mind back to a place of homeostasis.
The most important organ in our body.
The great news is our brains have plasticity meaning they can change and form new connections. It’s proven that experiences that are repeated actually change the brain.
Would you like to like to learn more about how you can make small impactful shifts in your brain health?
Yes, I thought so!
Join Susan Castle and me this May for an inspiring workshop covering topics including:
Susan Castle, NP is a Functional Medicine Practitioner in Decatur. She has completed extensive research on brain health and we’re lucky to have her on May 5th - 6-7:30 pm.
You will walk away with specific knowledge on how you may better care for your brain and small steps you can take right now to improve brain health as you age.
Let's learn together.
In well health, Amy :)
As kids, we did this without even trying.
In positive psychology "The Flow" occurs when we are in an experiential moment with creative and focused attention.
When was the last time you lost track of time experiencing something so freeing? The Flow comes in many forms from tai chi to painting or exercising. I think my dog Leicester is in the flow most moments.
Take a breath and ponder where you catch your flow. If yoga or meditation popped up for you, notice this too.
...and return to you.
In well health,
Upcoming Opportunities to Flow
Friday 12:30 pm Slow Flow
Saturday 10 am Flow and Stretch
Sunday 11 am Stretch
Beginner's Workshop with Erin- next Saturday, April 16th, 2-4 pm
If you have done yoga you are familiar with the literal ebb and flow of the practice. Like most things in life, there are times we feel the great inspiration to return to the mat and other times in life when we step back.
We could call these “excuses" but let’s not place negative blame on ourselves today, ok?
As a Psychotherapist, I have had the great privilege of witnessing my clients’ journey to healing. Through gained awareness, these individuals begin to observe old patterns which do not serve them as adults and learn a valuable gift: to be gentle with themselves.
It is through this gentleness we begin to forgive ourselves and become more open to new opportunities in trusting our many feelings and emotions.
Getting back to practice whether it’s in therapy or yoga comes more easily when offered as a gentle lead. And, if you are seeking support in mind/body health we’re here to support your journey.
In well health,
Sophie grew up in Dunwoody and yoga has been a consistent part of her life for four years. She loves a good sweat and her favorite style of yoga is Hot Vinyasa. What makes yoga special to Sophie is that it provides a space for you to just 'be' with no obligations. Sophie loves spending her free time reading, going to concerts and music festivals, and being in nature. She is a stretch therapist at a chiropractor's office, loves anatomy and the human body. She has a passion for holistic health, and is a firm supporter of the fact that your body is able to heal itself.