Last weekend, The Hundred Wellness Centre gardens played host to a special, complimentary yoga + meditation class co-hosted by Kira Jean. The class drew in a diverse crowd – from expert yogis to intrigued novices, and everyone said Namaste to the 24th of September in the most peaceful way possible.
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You are invited to join us for a special free event this month as we host a complimentary, 1 hour yoga and meditation class with the inspiring author, speaker, life coach and yoga teacher Kira Jean.
On Saturday the 24th of September at 8am, The Hundred Wellness Center gardens will play host to a 60-minute session in which Kira will guide you through a series of yoga poses and breathing exercises designed to create a balance of strength and flexibility in your body and mind. The class will encourage healing within the body and a more stress-free state of mind, helping you to feel healthier, stronger, more relaxed, and energised.
RSVP is essential and spaces are limited. To book your complimentary spot, please contact us via email on email@example.com or give us a call on +971 (0)4 344 7333
We look forward to welcoming you on the 24th!
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This article was sourced from Women’s Best Health
By: Dr. Marianne Beck
We live in a hectic and “stressed out” world. Life seems to move at a faster pace than ever, leaving us no time for ourselves—no time to relax or just have fun. Everywhere you look, people are ‘running around like chickens without a head”, going from one errand to another, driving to work and sitting in traffic, dealing with the kids, the in-laws and the ‘outlaws”, giving up on taking vacations, talking and texting on cell phones and computers 24/7, Tweeting and FaceBooking into the wee hours of the night—the list goes on and on. We seem to be “dragging’ all the time waiting for the weekend and when the weekend comes, we collapse on the couch– too tired to do anything. “Stressed to the max” and “I’m on my last nerve” are now common expressions in society. But, this comes at a price. Constant and chronic stress takes a toll on our health.