40-Day Winter Cleanse Offered for the New Year at Middletown Yoga Studio

MIDDLETOWN, RI – Easing out of the cycle of holiday bustle, stimulation, and over indulgence into deep winter can be a difficult transition. It is a natural time for turning inward and slowing the pace of our lives. However, when something about our lifestyle is out of balance, this healthy, natural tendency can manifest in things like mild depression, uncomfortable weight gain, persistent cravings for sweets or other heavy carbs, or just general lethargy. The upcoming 40-Day Winter Cleanse at theInnerlight Center for Yoga in Middletown, Rhode Island will provide support in correcting these imbalances to bring energy and vibrancy back into body and mind.

Experience a deep immersion into the lifestyle practices that make you feel the best: yoga, healthy eating, meditation and self-reflection. This program will immerse you in the core practices of a healthy lifestyle to help you “turn the key” to unlock greater health – a healthier weight, vibrant energy, a more radiant appearance and connection to your inner wisdom. Restore your ability to eat more naturally, move more fluidly, live with less stress, and bring more peace into the center of your life.

No experience is necessary to enroll and garner the benefits of this program. 40-Day participants take part in unlimited yoga classes, including the studio’s award winning Yoga 101 beginner sessions, as well as meditation, nutrition talks, and weekly community meetings from January 10 – February 18, 2014.

Program leaders Kim Chandler and Jeannette Bessinger will explain the program during a FREE informational session at 12 noon on Friday, January 3, 2014. The fee for the entire program is $350. Previous 40-Day participants receive a $50 discount.

Innerlight is located in Middletown Commons at 850 Aquidneck Avenue where there is plentiful free parking. Visitwww.innerlightyoga.com, call 401 849-3200, or email kim@innerlightyoga.com for more information.

Cutting edge neuroscience research indicates that regular yoga and meditation practice reduces stress related illness, benefits sufferers of such afflictions as diabetes, heart disease, and asthma, while also supporting weight loss efforts. If not now, when?

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