From: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Practicing yoga at a studio is a wonderful experience (especially at Bliss Body Yoga!). Learning directly from a teacher is essential to the practice and the sense of community practicing with others is uplifting and affirming. However, there are times when getting to the studio may not be possible (think snow in Raleigh, unexpected days off of school, kids sickness, etc.). Developing your own personal practice is an important part of the transformational experience of yoga. In your own practice you learn more about your body and mind. You can address your personal physical needs. And, your time is not constrained to the length or time slot of a class.
In this workshop, we will provide you with the tools needed to begin and sustain a home practice. Learn basic flows and sequencing techniques. Learn which poses to practice in various circumstances. Learn to trust your inner teacher! Materials will be provided and you will not leave empty handed!
This workshop is subject to our workshop purchase, refund, and cancellation policy.
From: 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Please sign up for this class under the classes tab. $15 to drop in or use your class pass or membership.
Laughter Yoga is a simple, powerful practice for you to improve your health, confidence, mood and boost the immune system.
Yoga means union, joining, or connection and Laughter Yoga is social yoga. It is a chance to connect with others while removing blocks to our child-like inner self. In a Laughter Yoga session you will begin by practicing gentle breathing exercises, warming up the body with clapping and then engaging in exercises to induce laughter for no reason. Laughter may begin in a forced or fake way, but by the end of the session this will give way to relaxed, spontaneous laughter, bringing you a feeling of peacefulness. The session will conclude with guided Yoga Nidra (deep relaxation) and meditation.
Renée Baker, RYT-500, and certified Laughter Leader, will guide your session.
“The most wasted of all days is one without laughter.” – E.E. Cummings