Wellness is the result of personal initiative, seeking a more optimal, holistic and balanced state of well being across five dimensions.  This class is designed to empower the Baby Boomer to move forward with greater wellness and well-being by creating a holistic experience that nourishes each dimension.  Historical yoga postures are evolved through application of current evidence-based knowledge to design a safe, effective and enjoyable practice.  A slow, gentle and mindful approach is utilized with a focus on the physical breath and postures to calm the mind, balance the body, and cultivate self-awareness. The practice guided the student through:

* Simple techniques to facilitate proper breathing & breath awareness

* Slow, gentle movement integrated with breath & body awareness

* Gentle postures that promote healthy spine & improve posture and balance.

* Postures that gently strengthen muscles and promote functional range of motion

​* Meditation to rest in the stillness of Being, & find the peace within

This gentle, yet challenging, practice is designed with the beginner level student in mind.  Yoga props are incorporated and a thick mat is provided to facilitate the comfort, ease, and safety of your practice.  Classes are taught in a small group format and offered in six-week sessions.


The schedule for Fall Session 2, 2017 is as follows:

Class 1: Monday Evenings from 5:45 to 7:15 pm

October 9 to November 13
Class 2: Tuesday Evenings from 5:45 to 7:15 pm
October 10 to November 14
Class 3: Wednesday mornings from 9:30 am to 11 am

October 11 to November 15

Cost: $90.00 ($15.00/class) Each student may make up one missed class per session.  You are welcome to try a class before registering for a session. Students may enter mid-session if space allows. 
For information and to register contact: 
Debra McNeil at 704-637-1671 or

​Debra McNeil, OTR/L, EP-C, RYT

Tai Chi is a Chinese martial art made up of a series of slow, continuous movements that transition smoothly from one into the next. It is an "internal" martial art, which means it stresses the balance of both body and mind. So, this mindful exercise is also moving meditation. Benefits include:

* Improved posture, coordination, flexibility & muscle strength

* Better balance, less fall risk & stronger bones

* Enhanced circulation, heart & lung function

* Reduced stress, increased relaxation & focus

​* Less pain and more energy

​​​Current Classes being offered at our facility


Tai Chi for Balance

Many different classes are offered by instructors from the community at our facility. Instructors are private, qualified individuals who create their own classes and set their own fees. CFA provides space for a variety of different classes which are connected with spiritual & personal artistic development. The classes vary and are subject to change, according to the instructor and class sizes. 

 If you are interested in holding a class related to the arts and spirituality, please contact our executive director, Andi Shores Cantrell, for more information and an application.  

704-647-0999 or email:


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Center for Faith & the Arts

Yoga for Boomers