Tru Nature Yoga and Wellness Center Makes Its Mark in Morris County
A terminal cancer diagnosis turned corporate business woman Lynette Denson into a warrior for wellness. She created Tru Nature Yoga and Wellness Center, in Lake Hopatcong, as a way to fulfill her life’s purpose as she works through her breast cancer diagnosis. What makes Tru Nature so unique is its total mind, body and spiritual approach to optimal health and wellness through its 5 Pillars: breathe, move, meditate, nourish and heal. Denson explains, “We believe that the mind, body and spirit are equally important in health and wellness, and when these parts are balanced and centered, a person can live a more purpose-filled life.”
The studio offers a variety of yoga and group fitness classes to keep the body strong, but also focuses on meditation classes, educational workshops, monthly events and certifications. Take advantage of the spa and book a massage, facial or body wrap or take a break in the new Himalayan salt sauna room.
The unique meditation room boasts four meditation swings suspended from the ceiling where guests can sit and meditate while enjoying the aromatherapy from the herb wall garden.
Tru Nature Yoga and Wellness will be offering a yoga teacher training course beginning in September. Private consultations are available and early registration ends on July 31.