“Love Your Body Month” YOGA

Details
Wed, Feb 26
2020-02-26T00:00:00-05:00
2020-02-27T00:00:00-05:00
YAM
410 S King St, Hendersonville, NC 28792, USA
donations only
Contact
Marybeth Burns
(828) 388 4448
Information

February is “Love Your Body Month” and Epiphany Wellness Center is proud partner with the Western North Carolina Chapter of iadep (International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals) and YAM (Yoga and Massage) to educate the community about positive body image, the dangers of disordered eating, and Health at Every Size. Events will be held throughout the month at YAM, located at 410 South King Street in Hendersonville. Below is a list of open houses and special class offerings that will be by donation only. Proceeds from the first three weeks of February classes will go to support iadep and proceeds from the last week will go to support The Carolina Resource Center for Eating Disorders:

 

Saturday 2/1 6:00pm (Full Moon) Relax, Reiki, & Restore w/ Bitsy

Wednesday 2/5 3:30pm HOT 26 w/ Marybeth

Thursday 2/6 1:30pm Slow Mindful Flow w/ Denise

Saturday 2/8 4:30-6:30pm OPEN HOUSE

Wednesday 2/12 3:30pm HOT 26 w/ Marybeth

Tuesday 2/18 3:45 Embody Your Body (Gentle Yoga w/ Therapy Balls) w/ Loretta

Wednesday 2/19 3:30pm HOT 26 w/ Marybeth

Wednesday 2/26 3:30pm HOT 26 w/ Marybeth

Thursday 2/27 2:00pm Self-Love/Self-Confidence Flow w/ Lindsay

YAM is a yoga and massage studio that strives to create a safe space for all members of the community to explore how body movement, breathing techniques, positive body awareness, and meditation can manage stress and anxiety and lead to a more balanced way of life.

“We are partnering with Epiphany for ‘Love Your Body Month’ because we wholeheartedly believe in this cause,” states Averee Refshauge, owner and founder of YAM. “It also reinforces our goal of providing a place for nurturing, healing and to just ‘be’.  We are grateful to be a part of ‘Love Your Body Month’”.

 

Epiphany Wellness Center offers outpatient services for those struggling with eating disorders and disordered eating, as well as trauma, anxiety, and depression. In addition, Epiphany offers groups that range from mindfulness and stress reduction to emotional eating, as well as a veterans’ support group.