Hoame will offer over 5,000 square feet of mindfully modern services including light and dark mediation rooms, a Himalayan rock salt cave and infrared sauna
TORONTO, Aug. 23, 2018 /CNW/ - Toronto will soon be home to a world-class, modernized studio, where the traditional practice of meditation is seamlessly blended into a contemporary city lifestyle. Opening on September 20th, 2018 and spanning over 5,000 square feet, Hoame will be the city's largest, one-stop destination for enhanced body and mind health offerings with a variety of meditation practices, experiential workshops, corporate offerings and curated products, all customized to fit the lives of the busy city dweller.
Improving upon modern meditation studios frequented in New York and Los Angeles, therapists and co-founders Stephanie Kersta MSc, RP and Carolyn Plater-Zyberk MSW, RSW, are taking their clinical expertise to the mainstream by demonstrating that the benefits of meditation and mindfulness are not just for celebrities and business executives.
"Meditation is all about returning Hoame to yourself," states Stephanie Kersta, co-founder. "Every aspect of Hoame is designed to reflect that; from our Living Room area with a fireplace where we'll be hosting fireside chats to the suspended armchairs where people can hang out in between sessions. We also offer a charcoal-based lemonade and adaptogens on tap and will be diffusing a custom Hoame-branded essential oil blend in-studio to help cultivate mindfulness."
Classes will revolve around seated meditation, mindful movement and higher intensity spiritual workouts, where working-out meets working-in. Participants can also enjoy a complimentary elixir shot and warm face towel after every practice. Additional features make Hoame a must-visit mindful destination in the heart of the city's hustle:
A "Light" Meditation Room: Complete with a "living wall" of greenery and sunken ceiling with hanging vines, Hoame's Light Meditation room is perfect for counteracting the effects of shorter days and longer nights as the seasons turn cooler.
A "Dark" Meditation Room: With a cosmic ceiling, curved walls, carbon-coloured cushions and a baseboard underglow, Hoame's Dark Meditation room offers the ideal place to calm the mind after spending hours under fluorescent lights.
Himalayan Rock Salt Cave: With over five tons of Himalayan pink crystal salt, Hoame's rock salt cave will transport your mind from the chaos of the city to the surreal of the subterranean. Perfect for elevating one's mood and bodily health with a cleansing and detoxifying experience.
Infrared Sauna: Get the heathy benefits of sunlight without the dangers of solar radiation with full spectrum, infrared therapy with accompanying mood lighting and soothing music to help the release of dopamine, serotonin, oxytocin and endorphins.
Hoame's specialized workshops will offer elevated educational experiences that feature big names and cover trending topics such as the benefits of cupping, CBD, and crystals 101, giving attendees the opportunity to destress and gain perspective all while trying something completely new.
Scheduled to open on September 20th, 2018 at 430 Adelaide St. West, Hoame invites Torontonians to experience the powerful benefits of becoming more present through regular meditation, helping us all Live Life Lighter.
Stay tuned for more updates and additional opening information on Hoame.ca.
Established in 2018, Hoame was founded by mental health and mindfulness professionals Stephanie Kersta MSc, RP and Carolyn Plater-Zyberk MSW, RSW with an intention to eliminate the idea that stress is a normalized and acceptable state of being. With over 5,000 square feet devoted to wellness, Hoame provides a contemporary atmosphere where mindfulness and ease are the guiding principles of our daily existence. Guests are invited to explore their own self-awareness via the light and dark meditation rooms, Himalayan rock salt cave, infrared sauna, regular wellness workshops, curated retail products and health tonics on tap.
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