With the onslaught of the holidays dead ahead, any available moment to enjoy some stress-free fun is cherished by adults. And if you’re a parent, that goes double. Fortunately, we’ve come up with a few ideas that could give you a few hours of fun during November.
Chambanamoms thanks Hatha Yoga & Fitness for presenting this article.
Hatha Yoga and Fitness creates a space for mindful movement and offers classes that build strength and flexibility. Your wellness journey can be a daunting task, but with the right support, it can be a delightful and soothing journey.
As the seasons change, thoughts shift to the busyness of the holidays, the work tasks to keep track of, or the care and time that is calling from family and friends. Finding balance in life can be challenging. Trying to add in wellness and taking care of the body may sometimes seem like one more thing to add to a growing list.
However, by staying healthy, fit and strong, the capacity to take on the tasks in life can feel more manageable. How? See what Hatha Yoga and Fitness has to offer that can help with balancing mental, physical and even spiritual wellness.
- Yoga classes at varying levels (including hot yoga)
- Private yoga
- Private yoga events/rental space
- Fitness classes including Barre, Pilates, HIIT variations and more
- Personal Training
- Open gym/Peloton Use
- Retail – selling Lululemon and Manduka products to give you the support and functionality you need to workout comfortably
Student and senior discounts offered; you can also try a two-week trial for $30 to see if Hatha is for you. Reach out to the studio if you are trying to find balance in your life, on and off the mat. You can reach them by phone, email or through the website at hathayogafitness.com. Sign up today for classes through the Mindbody App or by creating an account on its website.
The Top Grownup Things to Do in Champaign-Urbana in November
Pre-Holiday Relaxation Yoga with Hatha: This adults-only restorative yoga and meditation experience on Nov. 20 will include several components, all intended to nurture and soothe. Register here. Space is limited. Cost is $15 for non-members and $5 for Hatha members.
The Thanksgiving Play at the Station Theatre: Visit the Urbana playhouse from Nov. 3-13 for a production directed by Christiana Molldrem Harkulich that’s described as “Good intentions collide with absurd assumptions in Larissa FastHorse’s wickedly funny satire, as a troupe of terminally “woke” teaching artists scrambles to create a pageant that somehow manages to celebrate both Turkey Day and Native American Heritage Month.”
Kicks and Cocktails: Join the women of the Delta Omega Sigma Alumnae Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc., as they celebrate 100 years of sisterhood, scholarship and service Nov. 11 at Papa Del’s. Tickets are $25.
Stars at Krannert Center: Tabla and sitar stars Zakir Hussain and Niladri Kumar, respectively, will perform at Krannert Center for the Performing Arts on Nov. 16. Both are international legends in their fields and promise to deliver a memorable show at the Colwell Playhouse. Get more details here.
German Christmas Market at Riggs Beer Company: Opening Nov. 25, the German Christmas Market at Riggs has quickly become a cherished C-U tradition. Sip some adult beverages, browse the vendors’ wares and shed your worries for a couple hours.
Arthouse Film Series at Virginia Theatre: The Arthouse Experience Film Series will show 2019’s “They Shall Not Grow Old,” a documentary about World War I that features never-before-seen footage. General admission tickets are $7.
OTNES with Primitive Lites + The Tomblands: The Rose Bowl Tavern on Nov. 11 will host the unique sounds of OTNES (formerly Emily Blue). Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door.
Comedy in Mahomet: Standup comedian Carole Montgomery will perform Nov. 12 at Yellow & Co. in Mahomet. Montgomery is the creator of the hit series “Funny Women of a Certain Age,” which appears frequently on Showtime.
The Heartland — A Discussion with Kristin Hoganson: The history of Middle America will be the cornerstone of Hoganson’s discussion at the Champaign Public Library at 7 p.m. on Nov. 17.