Mind-Body Classes (PEMB)
PEMB 101 Meditation
Learn how to relax and reduce stress, restoring calm and inner peace.
PEMB 108 Kundalini Meditation
Learn and practice active techniques to master the mind, improving self-awareness and self-discipline.
PEMB 131 and 132 Tai Chi I and II
Introduction to the ancient Chinese tradition of graceful, flowing exercises accompanied by deep breathing. Used for stress reduction, increased flexibility, and balance.
PEMB 199 Special Studies: Mindful Meditation
Apply mindfulness practices that teach you how to concentrate fully, release stress, and be more attentive in the present moment. This class combines mindful movement with a variety of meditation techniques.
PEMB 199 Special Studies: Yoga Immersion
Learn proper alignment for a wide variety of yoga poses to help strengthen, stretch, and restore every part of the body. Breath work, meditation, and relaxation techniques offer a well-rounded experience to support every level of your being, physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. All levels, no experience required. Course format: weekend workshop, meeting once per term on a Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday.
Friday, November 9, 2018 | 2:00–6:50 p.m.
Saturday, November 10, 2018 | 10:00 a.m.–6:50 p.m.
Sunday, November 11, 2018 | 10:00 a.m.–6:50 p.m.
To register for credit, email the Office of the Registrar at email@example.com with the class CRN 16554 and your 95+ number by November 5. For the non-credit class option, register at the Rec Center front desk by November 9.
PEMB 201 Gentle Yoga
A softer, less strenuous style of yoga. An introduction to yoga useful for those who are limited physically or don’t consider themselves flexible.
PEMB 211 Hatha Yoga I
A form of exercise that emphasizes specific postures in combination with controlled breathing, concentrating on physical health, mental well-being, and tension relief.
PEMB 212 and 213 Hatha Yoga II and III
For those with previous yoga experience, involving more challenging yoga postures, for increased strength and flexibility.
PEMB 216 Vinyasa Flow Yoga
A dynamic, vigorous, fitness oriented yoga exercise, where postures are linked together using breath.
PEMB 221 and 222 Sports Yoga I and II
Experience how adding a yoga practice to your routine can enhance sports training and performance.
PEMB 231 Kundalini Yoga I
Learn how to release the body’s natural energy through breath, yoga postures, sound, and meditation.
PEMB 232 Kundalini Yoga II
For those with previous Kundalini yoga experience who want to deepen their practice.
PEMB 302 Ashtanga Yoga
An athletic style of yoga, synchronizing breath with a progressive series of postures, improving circulation, strengthening the body and calming the mind.