Our Objective

Our objective is to help you discover and integrate healthy habits into your daily routine with ease by providing you with an array of therapeutic services in one location. 

Our Mission

ZenLife is excited to bring to Towson a Premiere Yoga Wellness Boutique with a hot Vinyasa Power Yoga Studio, fresh juice bar, acupuncture, nutrition, holistic counseling/mentorship/coaching, energy treatments, Yoga Tai Therapy, and a serene meditation room! Visit the studio to get your daily tips on healthy living and shop our boutique stocked with the hottest yoga accessories and tools for the contemporary and traditional yogi. At ZenLife we strive to empower our community and have created this inviting space for you to enjoy, relax and chill.  

 

Experience a serene atmosphere surrounded by warm colors and the sound of tranquil music; Breathe in aromatic scents, enjoy the taste of delicious healthy treats, and embrace the gentle hands of our caring staff as they guide you into the ultimate state of relaxation and optimal wellness. ZenLife is a total mind body experience. Each treatment will transform the way you feel, think and move. At ZenLife we envision Wellness as a brighter, healthier version of you. Share the view and peek into your future where Wellness is about your entire being. A mind, body and spiritual experience where the new you embraces life and is full of energy. A future where the balance between mind, body and spirit are met with enthusiasm and peace.  It begins with a vision, a brighter view of you, and the result is a version of you that you love.

Why holistic healing?

Western medicine continues to advance mental and physical health, and the benefits are incredible. On the other hand, Eastern medicinal knowledge is centuries old, healing humanity for generations. Every science has it’s gaps, and  the Western and Eastern forms of healing compliment each other in that way. At ZenLife we combine both disciplines, allowing them to work in harmony. Utilizing the best of both worlds, we treat the entire person, and respectfully optimize the human experience in every possible way.

What does yoga have to do with anything?

Contrary to popular perception, Yoga is not just a physical workout comprised of asanas (poses.) When one thinks of Yoga, it conjures up images of mats and fitness studios, while in reality that is only one very small part of the equation. 

We integrate all aspects of the Yogic lifestyle (see our 8 limbs of yoga page) prominently the “Yamas," and “Niyamas,"  into your treatment plan to rebalance and enhance your mental, physical, and emotional processes. This lifestyle, a sister science to Ayurveda, includes routines and treatments to clarify the mind, cleanse the body, and heal the soul. 

What is Ayurveda?

By definition, Ayurveda is the traditional Hindu system of medicine, which is based on the idea of balance in bodily systems and uses diet, herbal treatment, and yogic breathing. It is based on the belief that each person has a different Prakriti, or physical constitution, which can be one of (or a combination of,) three body types, referred to as Doshas: VATA, PITTA, and KAPHA.

come into the boutique today to take a free dosha test!

The 8 Limbs of Yoga - Pantajali’s Yogasutra

When one thinks of Yoga, the general association is a fitness trend comprised of Asanas (poses,) in a studio. While the Asanas alone are powerful enough to vastly improve your health, the true healing benefits of yoga come from incorporating the entirety of the 8 limbs into your wellness regime. Simply, the eight limbs consist of:

1) Yamas - "the don'ts", a list of 5 universal moralities (simply listed: non violence, honesty, not stealing in any sense of the word, moderation, and not coveting.)

2) Niyamas - "the do's", a list of 5 contracts with ones’ self (simply listed: cleanliness, contentment, austerity, self-study, and surrender to the forces of the universe.)

3) Asanas - Body Postures

4) Pranayama - breathing exercises 

5) Pratyahara - Control of the senses

6) Dharana - Concentration and inner perception

7) Dhyana - Devotion to and meditation of a higher power (religious or otherwise.)

8) Samadhi - Union with the divine aspects of the physical world.

The combination of these practices and beliefs with modern western medicine is our approach to a holistic path of enhancing every aspect of your life, from every angle. 

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