Blume Yoga and Wellness is hosting an Sip and Stroke adult event! Keturah Wallace will be guiding you with step-by-step instructions to create your own interpretations of a decorative floral piece. All the while enjoying the opportunity to Bring your own bottle and snacks! Canvases, paintbrushes, and all others materials needed will be supplied. Wine glasses will also be provided!
Girls Yoga Week
The teenage years are an in-between time that is heaped in change. Yoga offers teens a way to find a stable ground as well as acceptance of these life changes. This class empowers the individual, strengthens the body, flexes the imagination, and adds a spark of creativity. Teens establish a meditation practice that relaxes as well as stimulates the mind to be taken into young adulthood. This week will provide these girls with opportunities to build self-esteem and promote healthy body image as well as tools for coping with stress and peer pressure in a fun, non-competitive, non-judgmental environment.
Welcome to Blume Yoga & Wellness
Blume cultivates and nurtures the budding soul to grow upward into the secret garden of the heart, where the flower of your Being and the Essence of Love, unfolds petal by petal. Blume is dedicated to using Aromatherapy, Yoga and Holistic Therapies that balances the Body, Mind, and Spirit. Blume’s mission is to create a community, share tools, provide services and produce products that evoke Balance, Love, Unity, Mindfulness and Enlightenment.
Blume will make its mark by providing affordable, accessible, and expertly taught yoga classes to students of all ages and experience levels.
Founded by Taylor Duncan, Blume delivers engaging, alignment-based instruction through a variety of beginners and advanced classes taught each week in Conyers, Georgia. We believe in the transformative power of yoga and its capacity to challenge and inspire every kind of student. We are proud to be the first Official Hatha Yoga Studio in our area!
Come Blossom with Blume as we Share and Build on what’s to come!
“The heart is like a garden. It can grow compassion or fear, resentment or love. What seeds will you plant there?”