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Halo Yoga Nidra

Halo Yoga Nidra

Halo Yoga Nidra

January 14th, 2017

Date: 01/14/2017
Recurring weekly on Saturday

Time: 4:00 pm

Location: The Salt Spa of Asheville & Himalayan Salt Cave Sanctuary
473 Hendersonville RoadrnSuite B, Asheville, NC 28803

Yoga Nidra is an ancient Indian tradition of going into the deepest possible relaxation state and entering the theta brain wave state. Our Yoga Nidra instructor Katherine Caldwell has an unbelievable calming way of guiding through the meditation. Your experience will be deepened by the unique therapeutic negative ion rich dry Himalayan Salt micro-climate in our Himalayan Salt Cave Sanctuary. The first 20 minutes of this class are dedicated to slow, conscious movements to deepen the breath, center our focus and to set an intention for the Yoga Nidra Meditation. Reservation is required and space is limited. Please call us at The Salt Spa of Asheville (828-505-1838) to reserve your space.

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    Asheville Symphony presents: Eine Kleine Rhine Musik ? Brahms, Haydn, Schumann

    Asheville Symphony presents: Eine Kleine Rhine Musik – Brahms, Haydn, Schumann

    Asheville Symphony presents: Eine Kleine Rhine Musik – Brahms, Haydn, Schumann

    January 14th, 2017

    Date: 01/14/2017

    Time: 12:00 pm

    Location: Asheville Symphony Orchestra
    US Cellular Centerrn87 Haywood Street, Asheville, NC 28801

    In January, take a musical float down the Rhine River as the ASO explores some of Maestro Meyer’s favorite Germanic composers. The program opens with Brahms’ Haydn Variations, an intense emotional experience, followed by Haydn’s Cello Concerto in C featuring guest cello soloist Cicely Parnas. The program closes with Schumann’s ‘Rhenish’ Symphony, which sweeps you along the famed German waterway in an evocative musical journey.

     

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      Top 5 Sunset Spots in Asheville, N.C.

      Top 5 Sunset Spots in Asheville, N.C.

      Biltmore in the Fall at Sunset

      The Best Places to Catch a Scenic Sunset

      It's no question that some of the world's oldest mountains offer some of the best vantage points to watch the sun drop below the peaks in a splash of color.

      In an online poll, fans of Asheville, N.C. nominated their favorite places to watch the sun set over the Blue Ridge Mountains. Here are their responses, in descending order of popularity:

      1. Max Patch

        Max Patch in Fall

        This grassy bald is definitely a favorite, with true 360-degree views of the Smoky Mountains and an intersection with the Appalachian Trail. For a sunset to remember, get there early and bring a picnic and a blanket—and your camera to capture the colors of the sunset reflected on layers of majestic mountains. Here are directions to Max Patch.

      2. Blue Ridge Parkway

        Craggy Gardens Picnic

        America's Favorite Drive—as well as several of the stops along the way—is also a popular choice for some pre-dusk views. Hop on near Asheville and drive south to catch several scenic vistas. Or choose an overlook to snuggle up next to someone special and watch the stars come outLearn more about the Blue Ridge Parkway.

      3. Biltmore

        Biltmore Sunset in Fall

        The 8,000 acres of George Vanderbilt's historic estate offer numerous scenic options, from the meadow behind America's Largest Home, to the lagoon with views of the back of the house and a good chance of a deer sighting. Or choose a window-side table at the Dining Room at the Inn on Biltmore Estate and drink in the beauty of the landscape while you sip some estate-grown wine. Check out our Biltmore ticket travel packages.

      4. Anywhere

        Sunset Over Asheville Skyline

        Many readers made a very good point—almost anywhere in the Asheville area is a good place to see the sunset! Because we are surrounded by some of the highest peaks east of the Mississippi River (including the highest), views are bountiful all over town. Whether you're dining in a restaurant, checking in to a B&B, browsing the eclectic shops or even just standing in a parking lot, don't forget to stop and take in the view. Go ahead, start planning your next visit.

      5. The Omni Grove Park Inn

        Sunset Terrace at OGPI

        The most popular spot to watch the sunset, according to the fans, is undoubtedly the Omni Grove Park Inn. The aptly named Sunset Terrace is famous for its dazzling views of downtown and the mountains, as well as for its chop house cuisine. Already have dinner plans? Grab a cocktail and a table in the new seating area just below the main terrace, or order up some duck fat fries and a local craft brew and lounge on a fireside sofa at EDISON restaurant.

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