Refit is a life-changing group fitness experience that rocks your body, heart, and soul with powerful moves and positive music, to inspire you from the inside out. Powered by human connections, the classes turn boring, have-to workouts into a can’t-miss community fitness experience.
Training offers healing and compassionate end of life care, both emotional and spiritual, for health care professionals, families and patients. Conscious Dying Institute founder, Tarron Estes, of Boulder, Colo., will conduct the training. Her passion is "creating a sacred space, a healing environment that supports recognition of who we truly are." For information send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-544-0723.
Lynn Edgar leads a series of yoga classes in Mills River. Call the library or drop by to sign up.
Bring your yoga mats to Bold Rock for a mindful way to begin your Saturday. Get your "ohm" on with a local trainer and yoga instructor as she leads a fun and playful yoga session. This class is open to all levels of yoga experience for a $5 suggested donation. After yoga, feel free to have a cider-mosa or lunch from the food truck.
Carol Shimberg, a registered dietitian and licensed nutritionist, will discuss treating autoimmune disorders with an anti-inflammatory diet. She will have samples and recipes to show the benefit of an anti-inflammatory diet. Call or email to register.
Come join an hour of yoga with Charmaine Saulsbury and enjoy a cold craft beer and healthy snacks afterward. Classes are open to all levels. If you have one, bring your own mat as a limited number of loaners are available. E-mail info@dancingtreesyoga for more details.
Book study is for those dealing with loneliness and is based on author Lydia Brownback's book Finding God in Loneliness. The class is open to all. There is a $10 fee for the book. Go online or call to register by Feb. 26. The class starts March 4 and meets over four Sundays.
Learn more about yourself in this YOUnique workshop using assessments and group/individual work. Lunch is provided. Register by March 5. The workshop is facilitated by Karen Eve Bayne.
The Brevard-Hendersonville Parkinson’s Support Group meets the second Tuesday of each month, except for June and August. Contact Dick and Jane Orwoll at 828-693-8715 for more information.
Come to a free presentation of fitness programs at the Henderson County Athletic Activity Center, located on 708 S. Grove St., Hendersonville, on Monday, March 26, from 2 - 4pm. The programs consist of light weights for those 55 and over using light wrist and ankle weights, resistance bands, 1-3-pound medicine ball, low impact aerobics and stretches; gentle and moderate yoga; tai chi for arthritis; Silver Sneakers for Ageless Grace brain health and strength and balance. The instructor is certified…