Yoga & MMJ
Three-part series of FREE online classes blending Yoga practice and medicinal marijuana on June 26, July 3, and July 10 at 6:00pm
Sessions will be held LIVE on ZOOM. After registration, we will email you a ZOOM Link to attend each class.
Yoga for Anxiety & Stress
Learn breathing techniques that help to calm the nervous system, as well as a
simple sequence of poses that can be performed daily to help manage stress and relieve anxiety.
can help to restore lost mobility and ease pain-related tension.
Yoga makes you feel good! Learn how to breathe in a way that raises your energy and improves your mood. Practice postures intended to stimulate and leave you feeling lighter and brighter.
Much of what we experience is the result of electrical impulses interpreted by the brain. OHM is the measure and symbol of electrical resistance, as well as the sound of an ancient meditative chant.
OHM is now our newest vaporizable medical marijuana blend, specially designed to warm the body while focusing the mind.
This enhancement to slowing down and finding one’s center can help provide resistance to overactive thoughts and physical feedback often experienced by patients.
Please join us for a three-part series of FREE online classes blending Yoga practice and medicinal marijuana. These FREE programs are specially designed for medical marijuana patients who are seeking to elevate their wellness routine by blending the ancient practice of Yoga with medical marijuana therapy.
Our certified Yoga instructor and PA MMJ patient, Nicole McLane, will take participants through sessions tailored to the medical marijuana patient, with tips and tricks for safely and effectively mixing two of the most popular ways of obtaining relief.
This series will also feature the NEW medical marijuana blend, Ohm by Ilera Healthcare. This product was developed with Yoga practice in mind, featuring a unique blend of cannabinoids and terpenes that warm the body while focusing the mind.
Nicole McLane began exploring meditation in 1999, tentatively at first, looking for relief from the anxiety brought on by her hectic urban life.
She began reading books on Buddhism, some poetry by Thich Nat Hanh. It took some time, but she finally became able to sit down, grow quiet, and begin to study herself.