Treat Yourself With a Paint, Stretch and Sip Event in Rome
No Mud ~ No Lotus Holistic Wellness Center and Yoga Studio in Rome is offering a fun way to decompress and have fun at the same time.
Coming up on November 28, 2020, from 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM, No Mud ~ No Lotus Holistic Wellness Center and Yoga Studio located at 8388 Elmer Hill Rd, Rome, is hosting a closed event called Paint, Stretch & Sip. Your $45 ticket gets you a 30-minute yoga stretch class and then the paint n' sip event where you'll create a 'Christmas Tree Truck' that you could give as a gift.
The Yoga Studio says:
We will be painting The Red Christmas Tree Truck on canvas using acrylic paints. Our canvas size is 11 x 14 and I will be providing all the materials that are needed. The class will be led by myself and Naomi and we will guide you through the steps to create your very own personal painting. Prior to painting, I will be leading you through a 30-minute yoga stretch that can be done in your chair or you can grab a spot on the floor. We will be providing snacks and drinks for everyone.
Not familiar with No Mud-No Lotus Holistic Wellness Center and Yoga Studio? Well, they believe that wellness starts within and every person is capable of change and transformation. Due to COVID-19, many of their classes are virtual.
Virtual classes are live via Zoom Video Conferencing.
Participants will receive an invite link to join the "meeting" daily and you will be able to participate in the live class. After the class has been recorded, you will receive the recorded link in your email for further access, this way if you are unable to take the live class, we can connect you to the recording.
When things get back to normal, if they do, we would love to try Laughter Yoga that involves involving prolonged voluntary laughter.
Laughter yoga (Hasyayoga) is a modern exercise involving prolonged voluntary laughter. This type of yoga is based on the belief that voluntary laughter provides similar physiological and psychological benefits as spontaneous laughter. It is usually done in groups, with eye contact and much playfulness between participants. Intentional laughter often turns into real and contagious laughter.
That would be a blast! Would you try it?
Here are some tips for self-care during the pandemic: