Wellness is a complete state of being in which the mind, body, and spirit are free from disharmony, illness, and disease. At Central Mass Yoga and Wellness, the Wellness Team Practitioners are your partners in helping you achieve this state of being, whatever it means for you. Whether you are healing from a traumatic event, need a little stress relief, or are ready for a complete transformation, we’re here to assist and support you every step of the way on your personal, individual journey to wellness.
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Have you ever received good advice that you were unable to follow? Has your doctor ever recommended a lifestyle change that you found to be unsustainable? Have you ever wanted something in your life, but found you were not able to achieve it alone? Health Coaches are knowledgeable advisers who provide ongoing support and guidance as you set goals and make sustainable changes that improve your health and happiness. A Health Coach’s responsibility is to listen carefully and help determine what changes are necessary for you. Health Coaches develop a personalized program to help you meet your health goals. They will help you explore concerns specific to you and your body and discover the tools you need to work towards balance.
Thai Yoga Body Work combines gentle, yoga-like stretching with massage of the muscles, tendons, pressure points and energy lines, known as Sen in Thailand and Meridians in China. Thai Yoga Body Work is done on a mat as opposed to a table. This allows the practitioner to get the body leverage necessary for the stretches and postures characteristically used in Thai Yoga Body Work.
Yoga for Grief
Yoga for Grief sessions are private, customized yoga sessions for those who have experienced grief, giving them the opportunity to restore through the practice of yoga. Yoga for Grief is a gentle beginner yoga session designed to introduce the basics of yoga which includes positive affirmations, yoga postures, breathing techniques, and restorative and relaxation techniques.
Experts estimate that upwards of ninety percent of disease is stress-related. And perhaps nothing ages us faster, internally and externally, than high stress. Massage is an effective tool for managing this stress, which translates into decreased anxiety, enhanced sleep quality, greater energy, improved concentration, increased circulation and reduced fatigue.Massage can also help specifically address a number of health issues.