Restoring Passionate Professionals

Through Qigong, Yin Yoga & HR Intuitive Services

HR Intuitive Services


What is an HR Intuitive? Well, let’s break it down. HR (Human Resources) is the term generally applied to those activities concerning the management of people working for organizations. Intuition is the power or faculty of attaining knowledge or cognition without evident rational thought and inference. An intuitive operates in the realm of things often not seen or recognized, due to a lack of sensitivity to the surroundings. This skill set is not magical and is one that everyone possesses, unfortunately for most it is often underdeveloped or blocked subconsciously.

Therefore, an HR Intuitive utilizes their intuitive skill set specifically to attain knowledge or cognition regarding organizational strategies focused on people. The knowledge and cognition attained using this skill set prove particularly helpful when navigating team dynamics, culture change and overall struggles with sustaining engagement. The primary benefit comes from the Intuitive’s ability to release the expectation for evidence and be open to what may be present in between all that we currently know.

HR Intuitive Consultation

This 30-minute consultation provides you an opportunity to openly speak to an HR Intuitive regarding an employment situation or organizational development issue. The HR Intuitive will then provide insights and recommendations based on the information provided.

$45 (30-Minute Consultation)

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HR Workplace Healing Consultation

This 60-minute consultation is for organizations beginning or struggling with cultural work. During the consultation, the HR Intuitive will visit the organization and complete a series of activities to attain a sense of the current cultural state. These activities may include: facility tour, one-on-one interviews or small focus groups. The HR Intuitive will then prepare and provide a debrief report that shares their findings and recommendations.

$99 + travel expenses for consultations outside a 50 mile radius from York, PA

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Intuitive & Restorative Coaching


Intuitive Professional Development Coaching

This Coaching Pathway includes: 30-Minute Discovery Session, 45-Minute Initial Strategy Session, (4) Follow-Up Coaching Sessions of either 30 or 60-Minutes. The duration is typically determined with the Coach after the Discovery Session.

Packages start at $1700.

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Restorative Professional Development Coaching

This Coaching Pathway includes: 30-Minute Discovery Session, 45-Minute Initial Strategy Session, (4) Follow-Up Coaching Sessions of either 30 or 60-Minutes, as well as (4) 45-Minute Qigong Energetic Treatments. These treatments are commonly completed at the beginning of a Follow-Up Coaching Session and are beneficial for individuals with high work demands and an inability to disconnect to focus on their individual development. In addition, this treatment coaching combination may be recommended by the Coach if the overall goal of the coaching relationship includes removing major personal obstacles or a necessity for self-care

Packages start at $2080.

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Executive Qigong Coaching

This Coaching Pathway for Executives is a 6-month program. This program is designed specifically for the Individual Executive and includes regular coaching sessions, energetic treatments as well as active support in between. This program is ideal for Executives that are feeling stagnant in their position or in their ability to manifest their vision.

Pricing will vary depending on the client and their desired outcomes.

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Restorative Qigong Services


What is Qigong? “Qi” (pronounced chee), means air, breath of life, or vital energy that flows through all things in the universe. “Gong” (pronounced gung, as in lung) means the skill of working with, or cultivating, self-discipline and achievement. Together, Qigong means the skill of cultivating vital energy, or the ability to work with the electromagnetic energy of the body. Qigong is a mind-body practice that improves one’s mental and physical health by integrating postures, movement, breathing techniques, and focused intention.

Our certified Qigong practitioners actively practice a form known as Medical Qigong. Medical Qigong therapy is the energetic foundation of Chinese medicine. It addresses the root cause of disharmony within a person, while working with them as a whole. In a Medical Qigong session, the practitioner, having developed through dedicated study and self-cultivation the ability to sense and manipulate energy, uses qi emission to restore health and wellness to the client. The practitioner may also teach medical qigong exercises and meditations (Source).

Stress Relief Treatment ($75 - $95)

This treatment focuses on purging the energetic bodies, including physical, emotional and spiritual. After purging the body of turbid Qi, the practitioner then tonifies the body’s five yin organs. To finish the treatment, the practitioner fills the body’s Qi reservoir and regulates the body’s energy to ensure harmony. Treatments are typically 45-minutes or 75-minutes. All appointments are allotted time for post-treatment debrief and providing exercise recommendations to assist the client between treatments.

$75 (45-Minute Session)
$95 (75-Minute Session)

Burnout Prevention Treatment ($50)

This treatment is ideal for those who feel that their energy is depleted as a result of current work conditions. This treatment typically lasts 30-minutes and focuses on restoring the body’s reservoir of Qi. Individuals who do not actively self-cultivate or routinely receive energetic tune-ups may not be eligible for this treatment.

$50 (30-Minute Session)

Energetic Exfoliation ($50)

This treatment focuses on cleansing the energetic bodies of deviations and stagnations. This treatment typically lasts 30-minutes and removes energetic manifestation that may be causing the client dis-ease. After treatment, clients often report feeling lighter.

$50 (30-Minute Session)

Private Qigong Lessons ($45 - $75)

This includes private instruction of Qigong exercises to specifically address your goals. This is ideal for the individual interested in self-cultivation practices. Lessons typically last 60-minutes and include a custom Qigong workout plan. We also offer 30-minute Mini Lessons.

$75 (60-Minute Lesson)
$45 (30-Minute Lesson)

All New Qigong Clients are required to book an Initial 90-Minute Intake & Treatment Appointment ($99), prior to being permitted to receive any of our Qigong Treatment offerings. Previous Qigong Clients that have not been treated for 60 days or more must book another Initial 90-Minute Intake & Treatment Appointment. This policy is to ensure that the Qigong practicitioner has adequate time to address the client’s concerns and needs.

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Workshops


These workshops provide an opportunity to reconnect with yourself and your intended path. The path that will bring more love and joy into your life. The path that provides you the power to change the world in whatever way you were meant to.

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Weekly Classes


These are our Pay what you can – pay what you want classes. Whatever you do just come to class. If you cannot afford much, consider paying it forward; help spread the word about The HRart Center. We offer these weekly classes to support any individual that is actively on a personal restorative HRart journey.

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Yin is the feminine, dark, passive, receptive, reflective, withdrawn, cool, introspective aspects of life. Yin yoga was developed to penetrate deep into connective tissue expanding flexibility while invigorating the energy centers of the body to release blockages and increase your energy flow. This 75-minute practice focuses on static movement and breathwork. The primary difference between Yin Yoga and many other forms of yoga is that you are encouraged to NOT use your muscles and the passive poses are held for several minutes.

In an effort to help keep our community safe and healthy, we have decided to not offer in-person HRart Center classes for remainder of 2020. We hope to return in 2021. 

In lieu of in-person classes, Samm has been providing weekly classes that are live streamed on YouTube. The replays are also available on our channel to be viewed at anytime.

Yin is the feminine, dark, passive, receptive, reflective, withdrawn, cool, introspective aspects of life. Yin yoga was developed to penetrate deep into connective tissue expanding flexibility while invigorating the energy centers of the body to release blockages and increase your energy flow. This 44-minute practice focuses on static movement and breathwork. The primary difference between Yin Yoga and many other forms of yoga is that you are encouraged to NOT use your muscles and the passive poses are held for several minutes.

Offered: Tuesdays (1-1:44PM EST) – No Registration Required.

Qigong opens the flow of energy in meridians used in acupuncture and Chinese medicine. It enhances our ability to feel the Life Force underlying the physical world and to deepen our communication with it. This class uses slow gentle qigong movements to warm tendons, ligaments, and muscles; tonify vital organs and connective tissue; and promote circulation of body fluids. This 45-minute practice is designed to help heal life challenges of emotional frustration and mental stress.

In an effort to help keep our community safe and healthy, we have decided to not offer in-person HRart Center classes for remainder of 2020. We hope to return in 2021. 

In lieu of in-person classes, Samm has been providing weekly classes that are live streamed on YouTube. The replays are also available on our channel to be viewed at anytime.

Qigong opens the flow of energy in meridians used in acupuncture and Chinese medicine. It enhances our ability to feel the Life Force underlying the physical world and to deepen our communication with it. This class uses slow gentle qigong movements to warm tendons, ligaments, and muscles; tonify vital organs and connective tissue; and promote circulation of body fluids. This 22-minute practice is designed to help heal life challenges of emotional frustration and mental stress.

Currently on hiatus until the 120-Day Qigong Challenge is complete.

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HRart Center Class Policies

  1. Pay what you want, pay what you can. Whatever you pay, just come to class.
  2. It is not required to pre-register for classes but priority in a full class will be given to those who did register online first. Our Yin Yoga class can only accommodate a maximum of 10 students.
  3. Classes with no students pre-registered, 2-hours before the class start time will be cancelled. Cancellation announcements will be posted on our website and Facebook.
  4. New students please arrive 10-15 minutes early to complete paperwork.
  5. All equipment for Yin Yoga is provided, but feel free to bring personal props or mats.
  6. We do recommend a seasonal payment structure for those seeking guidance to enjoy unlimited classes.
  7. We cannot be responsible for your items.
  8. All sales are final.

HRart Center Class Etiquette + FAQ

  1. The doors will be unlocked at the latest, 15-minutes before class. We recommend arriving 10 minutes early, especially if it’s your first class. This gives you time to settle in and complete any necessary paperwork. Note that, for the safety and security of our community and their belongings, we lock the door at class start time. To respect the practice, latecomers will not be permitted to enter.
  2. Pay what you can. We are proud to offer these classes as pay-what-you-can, when you arrive please place any cash payments in the “pay-what-you-can-can” on the reception desk. If you’d like to pay by card, you may do so beforehand online or at the center, simply ask the instructor.
  3. We recommend no shoes for class. When you arrive, please check-in at the front desk. Then set your belongings in a cubby, turn your phone off or to silent and remove your shoes.
  4. Alert your instructor of any injuries. We will do our best to help you modify your practice to protect your injuries. If it is a major injury or recent surgery, we might ask for a doctor’s clearance before allowing you to practice.
  5. No strong fragrances. Please be mindful to not wear heavy perfume in the studio. If you smoke, please do not smoke within an hour of class so that the odor doesn’t disturb those around you.
  6. No cell phones. Leave all your distractions off the mat. Please leave cell phones and watches in a cubby. Cell phones should be on silent. If you wear a smartwatch, please turn it to “theater mode” so it does not send alerts and distractions to you or your neighbors. We also recommend wearing minimal jewelry – it just gets in the way. 
  7. Don’t eat before class. It is best to eat larger meals at least 60-90 minutes before your practice; or a small snack up to 30 minutes before class. Also, please don’t chew gum during class.
  8. Rest when needed. Always listen to your body first and foremost. If you need to rest, there is no shame in taking a moment to pause and reconnect with your breath.
  9. Kids yoga. We would love our classes to be all ages, however we realize there needs to be a minimum age to honor the class’s need for serenity. From experience, we see that well-behaved children 8 and older are appropriate to participate in the whole class. If a child is unable to maintain focus, they would need to be able to sit quietly unattended (though we are not a babysitting service, so if they do not plan to practice, they need to stay home please). A parent or guardian must attend with anyone under the age of 14.  A waiver must be signed for every student, so please be sure a parent or legal guardian is present at the minor’s first class. Henceforth, it is with permission/knowledge of the parent/guardian that minors attend class on their own and any risks associated with it; the HRart Center shall not at any point be held responsible for any minor.
  10. What to wear. For Yin Yoga, it is suggested that you wear layered, comfortable clothes to move in. This cozy layers, including socks. Yin Yoga is generally a cooling practice. For Qigong, wear loose clothing that allows you to move around and stay cool.

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