Yoga  Meditation  Reiki   Sound Bath 

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ABOUT OUR HEALING, MEDITATION, & YOGA SPACE

HAUM MEDITATION can be found in the tranquil yoga room inside the Red Sands Hotel and Spa in Torrey, Utah with a full view overlooking the scenic landscape of southern Utah. Torrey is in the heart of Capitol Reef Nation Park red rock desert, Henry Mountain Range, Fish Lake National Forrest, and Boulder Mountain Range. Our outdoor practice space is located a couple miles past Torrey and offers an unforgettable experience engulfed in a deep rooted essence of nature.  Schedule a class while visiting Capitol Reef National Park.

 

The yoga room is available to use outside of scheduled classes for personal yoga practice. 

There will not be classes held in November. The yoga room is still available for guests use if a retreat is not occupying the space.

HAUM MEDITATION CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

 

YOGA

A mind, body, and soul connection inviting physical movement, mindfulness, and breath awareness to help enhance well-being for the entire self to live fully. All levels of experience welcome and invited to practice non-judgement of themself and others.

 

FLOW WITH EASE

Flow through movement exploring fluid motion with rhythm of the breath. Experience intelligence of mind-body awareness and connection within a meditative state throughout this practice.

 

CORE BALANCE

With core connection, focus, balance, and strength you will create an inner warrior that can experience life operating at optimal potential.

Find strength within that radiates out.

 

REJUVENATE

A combination of yoga and meditation to enhance deep relaxation and rejuvenation.

 

KUNDALINI KRIYA

The practice of awakening energy within to enhance well-being. This class offers pranayama, movement, and chanting.

MEDITATION

A guided practice to enhance well-being physically, mentally, emotionally, energetically, spiritually, and environmentally. Meditation styles range from a variety of traditional techniques and combination of mindfulness. Mindfulness, single point of focus, breath awareness and control (pranayama), metta, vipassana, mantra and positive affirmation, qigong, guided visualization, and mind-body-soul connection are all techniques that may be invited but not limited to.

 

CHAKRA BALANCE

Providing health and balance of concentrated energy centers known as chakras to encourage and increase well-being using aromatherapy, color, music, vibration, chanting, movement, breath work, visuals, and meditation.

 

JOURNEY WITHIN

This practice stems from the Shamanic traditions. Travel inward along your path and experience yourself from a place of compassion, kindness, non-judgement, and acceptance as you explore depth of wisdom on a personal journey.

 

REIKI INFUSION

A Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that promotes healing and balance within on all levels: physical, mental, emotional, energetic, and spiritual. This practice utilizes the power of a positive belief system in something greater than yourself and mindful visualization.

SOUND BATH

Using vibrations of sound to create frequencies within the self that encourage healing, rejuvenation, balance, focus, and peace as the music washes through layers of the mind, body, and soul creating a cleansing effect while experiencing mindfulness to create more joy, happiness, contentment, and peace in our everyday life. Crystal singing bowls, Tibetan singing bowls, gongs, Koshi chimes, drums, bells, and other harmonious instruments are used.

YOGA NIDRA

An ancient practice of yoga that systematically releases stress through deep relaxation and guided meditation that is beneficial on physical, mental, emotional, energetic, and spiritual levels. This practice is a non-movement form of guided meditation.

 

NEW / FULL MOON MEDITATION

Once a month on the Saturday following the new moon and full moon a moon meditation, intention setting, fireside ceremony and offering will be tea or cacao held at Haum Meditation’s outdoor location off Sulpher Creek Road. Please bring blankets, warm clothes, journal, lawn chair and anything to sit comfortably outside in the elements.

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