Hanu Yoga & Holistic Arts Studio

Longevity, Wisdom & Bliss


An Introduction to the Chakras and

How to Awaken their Powers!

with Vedya Pritam Kaur

Saturdays 10:15 to 11:30 amOctober 31st to December 19th
The Chakra System offers a perspective on life that can change how you feel about yourself and how to better manage your daily life.
You will learn:A full description about the gifts and lessons of each chakra.How to recognize what the chakras are communicating to you.How to evaluate what chakras you are resonating.How to use this as a tool to help you live peacefully in the present. To enjoy life by being in touch with your inner Spirit.To choose to live in trust and Let go of remorse and anxiety. Face the future with Curiosity!
All 8 Weeks $65 Single drop in $12

Message Circle

with Reverend Bettyanna Casinelli
Connect to the realm of the invisible via gifted medium, Bettyanna. In a small group, receive messages from loved ones in Spirit. Everyone will receive. Time permitting, a question and answer period will follow. Thursday, December 3rd1 - 3 pm$50 Reservation Required

Yoga from a Christian Perspective

with Jane Grode

via ZoomPrayer of the Heart and Body"Peace I leave with you, My peace I give you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid." John 14:27As we prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving and Christmas this year, let's enter the season by focusing on the Peace that surpasses all understanding, Jesus the Christ.Class will include prayer, scripture reading, breathing techniques and yoga poses taught and flowing together with an inspirational Christian song. We will unite with the Presence of God physically, mentally, spiritually and emotionally.Sunday, November 22, 20202:00 - 3:15 pm $12

Register in advance here.


9:00 am Zoom Classes

9 am-10 am Mondays, Wednesdays, and FridaysFlowing Gentle Yoga with Jamey Stofko
9 am-10 am Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays Guided Hatha Yoga with Jane Grode

Register here for all 9 am classes.

$54 a month for unlimited Zoom Yoga

Mailing address: Hanu Yoga 100 Taylor Lane Barnegat, NJ 08005Zelle or PopMoney to 732 552-6178 or kirsten@hanuyoga.com

10:30 am Zoom Classes

10:30 am to 11:30 am Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays Chair Yoga with Alana Darling
10:45 to 11:45 am Tuesday and ThursdaysChair Yoga with Kirsten Askins

Register here for 10:30 and 10:45 classes.

$54 a month for unlimited Zoom Yoga

Mailing address: Hanu Yoga 100 Taylor Lane Barnegat, NJ 08005Zelle or PopMoney to 732 552-6178 or kirsten@hanuyoga.com

Power (Shakti-krama)

Gain a sense of power, i.e., develop muscular power, the power to concentrate, the power to achieve difficult postures, the ability to work over an extended period of time.

Healing (Chikitsâ-krama)

Use yoga to eliminate impurities in the organs (doshas) energy centers (cakras) and channels (nâdîs).

Presence (âdhyâtmika-krama)

Go beyond the limitations of a mind that constantly chatters, and emotions that always shift. Know your true self as a peaceful, unchanging, witnessing, presence.

Studio Schedule Reservations Required

Mondays


Hatha Yoga9:00 – 10:00 amPatty Grant
Chair Yoga10:30 to 11:30Kirsten Askins


Tuesdays


Hatha Yoga9:30 to 10:30Kirsten Askins
Chair Yoga10:45 to 11:45Kirsten Askins



Wednesdays


Hatha Yoga9:00 - 10:00 amPatty Grant
Gentle Yoga10:15 to 11:15Kirsten Askins
Chair Yoga11:30 to 12:30 Kirsten Askins Gentle Vinyasa Yoga6:00 – 7:00 pmKirsten Askins

Thursdays

TBA

Hatha Yoga9:30 to 10:30Kirsten Askins
Chair Yoga10:45 to 11:45Kirsten Askins


Fridays


Yin Yoga9:00 -10:00 amPatty Grant
Gentle Yoga10:15 to 11:15Kirsten Askins
Chair Yoga11:30 to 12:30 Kirsten Askins

Saturdays


Gentle Vinyasa Yoga9:00 - 10:15 am Kirsten Askins

Sundays




Hanu is pronounced HAA nuIt is the Hawaiian word for breath.
Hanu is also a Marma Point under the lower lip that brings courage and passion.
The breath controls the mind and the mind controls the nervous system.
Exhale and say HAA nu.

4 Effortless Tips for Better Health

Getting healthier is something nearly everyone strives for. Of course, that doesn’t mean it’s always easy – especially when outside circumstances make healthy habits challenging. But there are a few simple ways you can work toward better health. Try these effortless health tips every day, and you might be surprised at the results.

Boost Your Diet

Eating better always tops the list of healthy living goals. And while it’s a good practice to consume a variety of produce daily, there is a simpler way to balance your diet.

For example, choosing vitamins and supplements that enhance your nutritional intake is practically effortless. That said, you should make sure to choose high-quality supplements for the best results. Using Vitacost coupons can help you save while ensuring your vitamins are the best quality.

Drinking more water is another affordable and easy way to get healthier. Yet, you might find it challenging to drink enough water for optimal health. Drink more water with smart tips like adding a bit of natural fruit flavor, buying a new (or high-tech) water bottle, or adding healthy tea blends to your beverage repertoire, as Self recommends. In no time, drinking more water will be an ingrained habit in your daily routine.

Balance Your Energy

Stress is a significant factor when it comes to overall health. In fact, stress can cause or worsen many conditions and prolong certain illnesses, confirms Cedars-Sinai. Depending on where the negative energy in your life stems from, you can act to relieve it.

Achieving better balance in life may be instrumental in enhancing your health – and all you need is a few simple strategies to do it. For example, you can create a more positive environment in your home by decluttering, executing a deep clean, and allowing fresh air to flow through the house.

When it comes to external pressures, turning inward is often more effective. Take steps toward increasing your mindfulness and pushing stressors away. Think about enrolling in fitness classes with a holistic influence – such as Hanu Yoga – to better center yourself.

Move a Little More

Working out in the gym or at home a few times per week is healthy. But keeping your body moving outside of the gym is crucial for overall health. After all, sitting too much is associated with health issues like high blood sugar and blood pressure, excess body fat, and abnormal cholesterol levels, notes Mayo Clinic.

Whether you exercise regularly or not, moving more each day is easy enough. If you have a pet, consider adding extra dog walks to your routine. Or, if you have kids, encourage the whole family to move together. You can also try short workouts if you’re pressed for time. Even adding a workout to your regular TV watching or social media time is better than remaining sedentary.

Snack More Often

Snacking might sound counterintuitive if you’re pursuing health goals. But if you choose the right foods – and don’t increase your calorie intake – snacking can be healthy for your body. After all, smaller and more frequent meals are one of the best ways to develop a healthier metabolism.

Smaller meals – or snacks – also help keep blood sugar levels even. Avoiding spikes and dips in your blood sugar can help you feel less tired – and much healthier – every day.

Choosing nutrient-rich foods for snacking, and pairing protein with carbohydrates, can help you feel full without adding calories. Plus, by skipping junk food, you can create cravings for healthier menu items. The healthy cravings might take time, but snacking itself is intuitive – making it an easy step toward healthy habits.

Getting healthier won’t happen overnight. But adding these easy strategies to your daily routine can help edge you closer to your fitness goals. Without a ton of extra effort, you’ll be on track for better health and an improved sense of self in no time.

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