Read on to learn about a practice in the Cincinnati area that wants to help people experience peace and healing in their lives.
There is a business in the Greater Cincinnati area that wants to help people experience peace in their lives.
“Nina’s Yoga and Wellness Studio is a yoga and wellness studio that has teachers from all walks of life and cultures,” Angelina DeMers, Owner of Nina’s Yoga and Wellness Studio, says. “We teach wellness through peaceful minds with meditation and healing through movement.”
What does wellness mean to DeMers personally?
“It means body, mind, spirit, in sync with nature and our creator and the universe. I practice eating according to my blood type, eating local fruits and vegetables,” she says. “I worship and meditate daily and I live by ‘The Eight Limbs of a Yogi’ (the ethical guidelines). These guidelines help me to live a meaningful and purposeful life.”
The inspiration behind starting Nina’s Yoga and Wellness Studio came from a passion for “bringing peace and healing through yoga and meditation to everyone who walks through our doors,” DeMers says.
There are a variety of services offered through the studio and they include: health and life coaching, nutrition as a lifestyle, pantry renovation (shopping coaching, meditation, massage and yoga (styles: Hatha, Yin, Restorative, Vinyasa) and there is heated or unheated options. DeMers is also halfway acupuncture school right now. “When I complete my degree, we will add an acupuncture clinic with Moxi and Cupping to our list of services, DeMers says.
Nina’s Yoga and Wellness Studio defines success by “Honoring own mission and that it is to bring peace and healing to our yoga community through a quieter mind. Hearing testimonials of healing. Pain that has lessened or is gone is really what makes my heart sing,” she says. “I see when people are in pain inside and out, I’ve always been an impath and I know that’s what drove me out of corporate America and into the healing business.”
The business is unique. “We have infrared heat and cork floors and we are dedicated to continue to bring yoga in its intended form to include meditation and the breath. It is very easy to become consumed by the exercise and forget about the mind and the breath,” DeMers says. Nina’s Yoga and Wellness Studio is important for the community. “With the state our nation is in, it is particularly important for us as a yoga community to teach, remind and practice healing through meditation and movement,” DeMers says. “Nutrition is a large part of whole body wellness and is also a part of what we teach.”
Nina’s Yoga and Wellness Studio has two locations: 500 Kolb Dr., Suite 3A, in Fairfield and 342 W. 4th Street in Cincinnati.