All posts by Courtney Probert

Passion Healings Hosts Multiple Health Courses

Passion Healings, LLC is hosting multiple opportunities for anyone to become completely relaxed and at ease with body, mind, and soul. Sunday, February 3, is an Access Bars class, a touch point therapy that uses various tools and techniques to transform your mental and emotional health. A three-day certification course, ThetaHealing Basic DNA, begins Friday,

New Yoga Studio The Loft Offers Various Classes

A new yoga studio, The Loft, at Open Arms Wellness Center, is now open and offering many different yoga and meditation classes. The Loft also hosts pilates, stress relief stretching, and restorative, core, Hatha and chair yoga. For a full list of classes, visit facebook.com/OpenArmsWellnessCenter. $15/drop-in, $50/ four classes per month, $88/ eight classes per

Jamie Pettis Leads Trap Yoga and Soulful Sundays

Combining R&B and other upbeat music with yoga, instructor Jaimee Pettis leads two yoga classes to get your flow on. On Saturday, February 2 at 4:15-5:15pm, Trap Yoga provides an opportunity to practice yoga to a playlist featuring Lil Boosie, Gucci Mane, Tee Grizzley, and more. Soulful Sundays takes place 4:45-5:45pm Sunday, February 10 and

Discuss Gary Chapman’s Book “5 Love Languages”

How do you express your love? Is it through action, touch, spending quality time together, giving gifts, or knowing how to say the right thing? Everyone communicates their feelings differently, and author Gary Chapman believes that understanding how you and your partner express love can benefit any relationship. Discuss Chapman’s book, 5 Love Languages, with

EcoLit Book Group Reads Terrell Dixon’s “City Wilds”

Nature extends beyond trees, wildlife, rivers, and forests. It also exists in the moss between cracks in concrete, animals finding meals in city dumpsters, and the flora in vacant parking lots. Discuss Terrell Dixon’s book, City Wilds: Essays and Stories about Urban Nature with Cheryl Lachowski, Senior Lecturer, BGSU English Dept. and Ohio Certified Volunteer

Toledo Metroparks Move Inside (the Library)

Winter blues getting you down? Cheer up, because you can still enjoy nature and the outdoors, indoors. The Toledo Metroparks move inside the public libraries to host various workshops and activities on animals, winter and everything outdoors. Programs include animal tracking, birding, fly fishing, ice painting and seasonal-scapes, and much more. See what programs are