Resolution workout

Sandy Parker knows how tough it can be to keep resolutions.
Marie Havenga
Dec 31, 2013

That’s why she’s hosting three Ring in the New Year yoga and sound therapy classes to help people solidify their intentions and keep resolutions ringing well past January.

“This is a way to seal the deal and set those resolutions into a deeper awareness,” said Parker, owner of On the Path Yoga in Spring Lake.

Visitors will be invited to write down their resolutions and place them in a Tibetan singing bowl. Parker will then run a mallet along the bowl’s rim, which will produce sounds that resonate deep tones that can be felt as well as heard.

“If you’ve ever played with wine glasses and made them sing, that’s what I’ll be doing with that,” she said. “It will be a deeper tone that you feel almost more than you hear it. It’s really a deep-felt vibration.”

The yoga instructor said the depth of the vibration will help set intentions deep inside participants.

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Want to go?

WHAT: Ring in the New Year Yoga and Resolution Solidification

WHERE: On the Path Yoga, 701 E. Savidge St., No. 3, Spring Lake

WHEN: 10 a.m., 3 and 7 p.m.

WHAT ELSE: Wear comfortable clothes and come with a resolution in mind. It's free and pre-registration is not required.

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