Saturday, August 10th 3:00-5:00pm
Find relief from the summer heat with a long, soothing Restorative yoga practice led by Barbara. By resting in stillness with the body supported by props, the nervous system begins to settle and the body starts to cool down. Restorative yoga focuses on passive poses that help to heal the effects of chronic stress on the body and mind. You are fully supported in each pose with props such as blankets, bolsters, blocks and eye pillows. This peaceful and rejuvenating style of yoga helps melt away stress in the physical body. In this workshop you will learn pranayama (breathing techniques) to help relax the body and mind, and enjoy a longer sequence of restorative poses. You’ll leave feeling rested, rejuvenated and refreshed!
From: 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Meet with some of our 200-Hour Teacher Training Instructors, Mary Scudella, Rachel Wright & Colby Cooper, to answer all your questions about our upcoming Yoga Alliance Registered 200-Hour Teacher Training starting in January 2020.
In this training you will gain a strong foundation to teach yoga from your heart. Our expert teachers will guide you on this incredible journey as you gain teaching skills and a deep understanding of the practice of yoga.
In an experiential and supportive environment you will discover your unique teaching style and voice. In addition to learning the lifecycle of a flow class, the training also includes Yin, Restorative, Prenatal, Seniors Yoga and Teaching Beginners modules. Whether your intention is to teach yoga or deepen your personal practice, this training will provide you with an heart-centered and transformational life experience.
Join us for this free information session to find out more!