Restorative Mindfulness  

Mindfulness meditation is a popular approach to reducing stress and working with the mind today. Research has shown mindfulness meditation helps people manage anxiety, stress, depression, pain, or even symptoms related to the withdrawal from nicotine, alcohol, or opioids. Join Kim Kies, certified yoga therapist and certified mindfulness meditation teacher, to explore how a regular mindfulness practice can support your personal goals and well-being.  

In these classes, participants will become acquainted with mindfulness practice, learn what is normal for the mind during meditation, and how to navigate its tendencies with more calm. One of the main challenges is staying in the sitting posture for extended periods, so these classes explore various restorative postures and the sitting posture to explore mindfulness meditation techniques.  

May 12: Mindfulness of Feeling tones and emotions   

May 19: Mindfulness of thoughts  

  • When: 5:30-7 p.m., Friday May 12 and 19
  • Where: In-Person at Insight, 1943 Winnebago St. 
  • Cost: $15 per class or use your class pass. CCS consumers welcome. 
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    Chakra-Balancing Flow    

    Join Jeanne Kolker, certified yoga therapist, for this 75-minute active flow intended to bring balance to mind and body. We will explore our seven major energy centers and end with a meditation to protect your energy. Please note, some yoga experience is recommended for this active class.
    • When: 9-10:15 a.m. Saturday, May 20
    • Where: In-Person at Insight, 1943 Winnebago St.
    • Cost: $15 or use your class pass.
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      Yoga Nidra

      Yoga Nidra is also known as “yogic sleep” or “effortless relaxation.” It is a guided meditation practice that draws attention inwards and encourages deep, conscious relaxation while you continue to observe the body, mind, and senses. Join Claire Tseng, LCSW, for this specialty offering to learn tools to engage the parasympathetic nervous system (rest and digest system) for regulation, stress management, and rejuvenation. This workshop is for anyone interested in exploring and practicing the healing and therapeutic aspects of meditation.  

      In this workshop, participants can expect to learn how to use meditation and mindfulness skills to:   

      • Reduce symptoms associated with stress, anxiety, depression, and trauma  
      • Enhance self-soothing and emotional regulations skills  
      • Regulate the nervous system, creating a sense of calm and ease in mind and body  
      • Improve physical and mental well-being.
      • When: 6:45pm-7:45pm, Thursday, May 25 
      • Where: In-Person at Insight, 1943 Winnebago St. 
      • Cost: $15 per class or use your class pass. CCS consumers welcome. 
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      Private aerial yoga parties

      Book our studio for a 2-hour event! Included in the cost is a private aerial yoga class for up to 9 adults, which is perfect for corporate team-building, happy hour with friends, or to celebrate any occasion! We do require all participants to be 18 years of age and older.

      Contact Nikki at to learn more or fill out the form below.

      Cost: $300
      Times: Flexible — we offer these later in the evening on Thursdays, Friday during “happy hour” between 4-6, and Saturday mornings.

      Aerial yoga party request form

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      Yoga therapy

      Yoga therapy is the application of specific yogic tools and techniques to address an individual’s physical, psychological, and emotional needs. Yoga therapists have extensive training in adapting the practice of yoga, including postures, breathwork, meditation and mindfulness techniques to meet the needs of their clients. The practice of yoga therapy uses both top-down and bottom-up approaches that help regulate the nervous system. Top-down approaches use cognitive tools such as meditation, self-awareness, and personal inquiry to affect the state of the body, whereas bottom-up regulation uses the body through various movements and breathing techniques to regulate the nervous system, affecting thoughts and emotions. Yoga therapy provides tools to help support self-regulation and resilience.

      Yoga therapy works with the natural capacity of the body and mind to support healing including:

      • Chronic pain, including low-back pain, arthritis, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and other types of pain such as that associated with fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome
      • Mental health, including concerns like anxiety, depression, trauma and PTSD, addiction, eating disorders, and others
      • Neurological issues and complications of stroke, multiple sclerosis (MS), Parkinson’s disease, and traumatic brain injury (TBI)
      • Support for illnesses such as cancer, diabetes, and heart disease
      • Overall well-being (you don’t need to be sick or in pain for yoga therapy to have value!) and healthy aging

      If you’re looking for yoga therapy, Nikki and Kim — all certified yoga therapists — can meet with you to assess your needs from a holistic perspective. What works for you physically, emotionally, mentally? They can design a program to help you facilitate sustainable change that leads to overall well-being.

      No prior yoga experience necessary

      Contact Jessica Warpula Schultz at for more information or to submit a referral for services.


      Initial 60-minute intake and assessment: $110Subsequent 60-minute sessions: $90
      Five-session package: $395