At Haven on the Lake, we’re excited to bring relaxation right to your living room with our first-ever virtual open house. Haven House Call is the perfect way to start the new school year feeling calm and centered, and the best part is that you can register for as many classes as you’d like for free!
Classes will be live-streamed on Google Meet on Saturday, September 12 and Sunday, September 13. Anyone is welcome to join. Register online or by calling 410-715-3020. You’ll receive an email with the Google Meet link to use the day of the class(es).
We can’t wait to see you there!
Saturday, September 12
|11:30am-12:15pm||Barre with Jillian Berman|
|1-1:45pm||Yoga Sculpt with Sara Wilson|
|2-3pm||Vinyasa Yoga with Lindsey Greer|
|3-4pm||Health Coaching: Finding Peace in Transition with Hannah Jefferson|
Sunday, September 13
|11:30 am-12:15pm||Mat Pilates with Suangela Abrams|
|12:45-1:45pm||Yin Yoga with Heather Jefferson|
|2-3pm||Sound Healing with Josh Howell|
|2:15-3:15pm||Tai Chi with MeiJi Shih|
|3-4pm||Yoga Nidra with Beth MacMullan|
Barre: Incorporates movements from a variety of disciplines such as ballet, Pilates and Yoga to help strengthen, shape, and tone the body.
Yoga Sculpt: Build strength and burn calories as we combine weight training, cardio, and vinyasa yoga for a one-of-a-kind workout. Plan to challenge yourself physically as we mindfully move, sweat, and flow.
Vinyasa Yoga: This flowing style of yoga synchronizes breath with movement. You will build on the fundamentals from Yoga Basics and Hatha yoga, flowing a faster, fluid pace while listening to upbeat music.
Health Coaching (Finding Peace in Transition): A virtual wellness discussion where we learn to live seasonally in Autumn, a time of great energetic movement and change. We will speak about the energetic nature of the fall, how it shows up in our bodies and minds, and how to navigate the challenges it can present. We will learn about the power of letting go, moving through emotions, and remaining grounded and connected during times of immense change. Radical self-care is vital during transition times in life, and deepening our awareness and arsenal of healing tools will allow for more freedom and ease for all.
Mat Pilates: This inspiring and uplifting class will lengthen your body and strengthen your core. Appropriate for all fitness levels.
Yin Yoga: A very quiet and slow-paced practice. Most postures are seated and held for three to five minutes, which targets the deep connective tissues within the body. Yin Yoga can improve joint health, flexibility, circulation and mental clarity.
Sound Healing: Also known as vibrational medicine, this class employs the vibrations of objects that resonate, such as tuning forks, gongs, Tibetan singing bowls, to go beyond relaxation and stimulate healing.
Tai Chi: An ancient Chinese mind-body martial art, that blends various postures and flowing movements that enhance the flow of the body’s internal energy while embracing the union of mind and body.
Yoga Nidra: Relieve stress through this guided meditation.