Balance Workouts and Relaxation




H2L Studio, LLC, the Mechanicsburg studio for barre, cycling, Pilates, yoga, TRX and more, reminds everyone to take time to recover, even during workouts. In order to be effective, the hard work put in on the bike or on the mat must be balanced with recovery to reduce fatigue. At 6 p.m., March 24, Cami Bangs and Deborah Kearns will teach the first combo recovery ride + restorative yoga class at H2L.

The class will start with a 45-minute candlelit recovery ride in the cycle room, followed by 45 minutes of candlelit restorative yoga in the barre room, incorporating gentle movements and longer holds with the intention of moving into a place of deep relaxation. The class will conclude with a guided meditation, followed with spirits and light refreshments. No prior yoga experience is required.

Location: 2151 Fisher Rd., Ste. 103. For more information, call 717-697-4425, email Info@h2lstudio.com or visit h2lStudio.com.

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