JUICING & JUVENT FOR THE HEALTH OF IT – FEBRUARY 15, 2017

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Yoga Workshop for Seniors: Meditation and Mindful Breathing – May 26, 2016

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YOGA – the Union of Body, Mind & Spirit
Present
Yoga Workshop for Seniors
MEDITATION AND MINDFUL BREATHING

Here’s an opportunity for you to not let your
practice of yoga slip during the summer season!

Thursday, May 26, 2016 from 10:30 a.m. to Noon
Aging in Paradise Resource Center, 2nd floor
Longboat Island Chapel, 6200 Gulf of Mexico Drive, Longboat Key, FL

Tamara Page E.R.Y.T. 500 With Yoga Alliance, has over 25 years experience in yoga and meditation. She received five years of extensive teacher training, including the BKS Iyengar Yoga Association of Greater New York. Tamara enjoys working with seniors and inspiring others to live more fulfilling lives physically, emotionally and spiritually.

In this Session we will explore Meditation and Mindful Breathing
~ Explore Pranayama (the art of yogic breathing)
~ The art of Mindfulness ~ The practice of Meditation
~ Experience tranquil techniques to live with Equanimity of Mind
~ Experience increased awareness through tranquility techniques
~ Learn to Live in the Light and be One with the Source of all Creation

Fee for each class is $10.00. RSVP to Mary Ann 941-383-6493.
For more information, contact Donna Dunio, Executive Director, Aging in Paradise Resource Center
Phone: 941-383-6493, Email: donnadunio@aginginparadise.org or go to http://www.aginginparadise.org

Yoga Workshop for Seniors: How to Get the Most Out of Yoga Movements – May 12, 2016

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YOGA – the Union of Body, Mind & Spirit

Aging in Paradise Resource Center Presents

Yoga Workshop for Seniors
HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOGA MOVEMENTS
Here’s an opportunity for you to not let your
practice of yoga slip during the summer season!

Thursday, May 12, 2016 from 10:30 a.m. to Noon
Aging in Paradise Resource Center, 2nd floor
Longboat Island Chapel, 6200 Gulf of Mexico Drive, Longboat Key, FL

Tamara Page E.R.Y.T. 500 With Yoga Alliance, has over 25 years experience in yoga and meditation.  She received five years of extensive teacher training, including the BKS Iyengar Yoga Association of Greater New York. Tamara enjoys working with seniors and inspiring others to live more fulfilling lives physically, emotionally and spiritually.

In this Session we will explore How to get the most out of Yoga Movements
~ Explore how to practice the Alignment Principles of Asanas
~ Break barriers about bodily beliefs
~ Honor, Respect & Love your way into well being
~ Tap into the temple of your body (the sacred home of your soul)
~ Awaken, Enliven & Enhance daily living with increased awareness

A 2nd session will follow on May 26th on Meditation and Mindful Breathing

Fee for each class is $10.00. RSVP to Mary Ann 941-383-6493.
For more information, contact Donna Dunio, Executive Director, Aging in Paradise Resource Center
Phone: 941-383-6493, Email: donnadunio@aginginparadise.org or go to http://www.aginginparadise.org

 

Meet Us at the Met – March 23, 2016

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Trish McEvoy
Tamara Page, Suncoast Healthy Life

Meet us at The Met!
Wednesday, March 23 5 to 7
Please join us for a mingle and makeup session with the Trish McEvoy Team of Artists at The Met – Fashion House, Day Spa & Salon. Empower yourself with quick makeup tips and tricks for an effortless beauty routine.
35 S. Blvd of The Presidents • St. Armands Circle • Sarasota, FL 941.388.3991 • http://www.TheMetSarasota.com • @TheMetSarasota

Aqua Yoga on ABC-7 WWSB My Suncoast with Donny B. Fit

Original article: Donny B. Fit – Aqua Yoga

ABC7 WWSB My Suncoast
Posted on Feb 24, 2016
by Don Brennan

SARASOTA, Fla. — Yes, when getting up and down is difficult or painful, just “get in.”
The pool, that is. People are finding that the water is a lot more forgiving after years of wear and tear, injuries, and surgeries.

Jack Schlegel, a devotee of Aqua Yoga says, “It takes all issue of the floor out of it. I’ve tried yoga, but being on the floor is tough, and if it hurts, than its not good for you.”  Yoga was not on the radar for men of a certain age, but like Jack, they may be coming around.

“Men don’t do yoga”, Jack adds. “We know we should. I am the only guy in the class, and that’s kind of cool when its all women”, laughs Schlegel.

Tamara Page, the founder of Aqua Yoga, and an instructor at The Resort at Long Boat Key Club adds, “Men are showing up in droves now. They are finding that it is complimentary of their other sporting activities.”

Conventional yoga never appealed to Patsy Chotin , but the draw of the water has had a profound effect on her affinity for the fitness discipline.

“I never liked yoga, but getting in the water has changed all that. My health issues all go away”, explains Patsy Chotin, also a devout participant in Aqua Yoga.

Like so many things in life, this Aqua Yoga came about by chance.

“I was swimming with my niece and we decided to do some yoga moves in the water. I felt so good the next day that I started to make it a part of my routine”, says Page, who also teaches at Sarabande condominium in downtown Sarasota.

The water helps with the impact, but it is not as easy as people would think. “Balance on the water is different than on land. It can be trickier, so it helps with balance”, adds Page.

Chotin opines, “Aqua yoga works things that weights don’t. It has really helped with my balance, and I love being in the water.”

That seems to be the general consensus. Good exercise, a nice group of people in a setting that couldn’t be better, and all the while it is a way to a healthier, less painful, and more mobile life.

“I love it! It makes a big difference, at least according to my physical therapist”, Schlegel exclaims.