Yoga and Meditation Center Now Open in Gurnee/Grayslake Area

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Yoga and Meditation Center Now Open in Gurnee/Grayslake Area


Byline: Eileen Estrem

State of Mind Yoga & Meditation Center, located at 34121 N Route 45 in Grayslake/Gurnee area has now opened. This boutique studio offers a holistic approach of connectivity to the Mind, Body and Soul through the offering of a blend of calming and empowering movement classes and meditation for every age group and ability. For a limited time, State of Mind is offering new students their first class free until February 28, 2018. " This gives the opportunity for anyone who is interested in learning more about the physical practice of yoga or those who are curious about how to start a meditation practice, a place to do so with the guidance of experienced instructors" shares Eileen Estrem, owner of State of Mind.

State of Mind focuses on an integrative approach of conscious movement and breath giving you permission to release old patterns and experience the vitality that comes from living life in balance. In addition to increase flexibility and muscle strength, yoga and meditation also may help lower blood pressure, improve respiration, maintain a balanced metabolism, help with weight reduction, improve concentration and self-awareness, and reduce stress.

"We offer classes for every age group and ability, at SOM we want to make yoga accessible to everyone". The Chair yoga class is fantastic for those that have difficulty getting up and down from the floor and want to maintain activity in their lives. …

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