Aroma Flow Vinyasa

Enhance your yoga experience with this invigorating, scented class.  Aromatherapy, like yoga, works on the whole person:  body, mind and spirit.  Aromas trigger instincts, emotions and memory.  Yoga weaves neuromuscular memory into our cells.  Combining the two, we can condition ourselves to feel yoga's deep calming relaxation.

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  1. Front Desk
  2. (908) 898-0008
  3. info@providencehealthandfitness.com
Mon, October 15
9:30 am — 7:30 pm
Add to My Calendar 10/15/2018 9:30am 10/15/2018 7:30pm America/New_York Aroma Flow Vinyasa

Enhance your yoga experience with this invigorating, scented class. Aromatherapy, like yoga, works on the whole person: body, mind and spirit. Aromas trigger instincts, emotions and memory. Yoga weaves neuromuscular memory into our cells. Combining the two, we can condition ourselves to feel yoga's deep calming relaxation.

18 South Street, 2nd Floor New Providence, NJ, NJ 07974

Providence Health & Fitness

18 South Street, 2nd Floor
New Providence, NJ, NJ 07974

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