Movement

Elemental Healing Charlotte is host to a variety of movement classes taught by independent practitioners. From yoga, to dance, Tai Chi, QiGong, Nia, and others, there’s plenty of options to get you going.

Check our calendar to find a movement class that’s right for you, or view profiles of practitioners below that offer Movement classes/workshops at Elemental Healing.

Getting at least 30 minutes of exercise each day can improve your health in many ways.

Regular exercise:

  • Increases energy
  • Improves mood by increasing endorphins
  • Promotes relaxation for better sleep and less anxiety
  • Reduces the risk of heart disease
  • Helps manage weight
  • Lowers blood cholesterol level
  • Reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes and some cancers
  • Have lower blood pressure
  • Increases the strength of bones, muscles and joints while lowering the risk of osteoporosis

If you have a health condition, be sure to consult your doctor before beginning any exercise program.

  • Wendy Balconi

    Educated in both the UK and the US, I have a Masters degree in clinical Social Work. I am a licensed clinician with a private practice while I also work part-time for a local non-profit organization. Additionally, I have a practitioner’s license in Energy Medicine and a Level II Reiki practitioner’s license.

  • Barbara Bapst

    Barbara provides compassionate and effective nutrition counseling for people struggling with health and/or weight issues. Her unique approach of helping clients weed out nutritional facts from fiction provides both clarity and encouragement.

  • Elizabeth Kriz

    In 2008, I became a Registered Yoga Teacher, RYT 200. I taught weekly yoga classes at my local community center & surrounding yoga centers. I finished an Advanced Vinyasa Teacher Training at the 500 hour level in 2012 with Rolf Gates. I am now an RYT 500 and an Experienced Yoga Teacher.

  • Lisa Vander Bloomer

    Lisa is Certified in Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy (Dry Needling) and is a Pelvic Floor Specialist working with both women and men. She believes in using a well-rounded manual approach and individualized attention in assisting her clients to restore their full function.

  • Yadi Alamin

    Yadi has trained in Traditional Chinese Acupuncture as an apprentice. After 10 years in clinic, he developed a way to produce the physical/emotional changes without needles.