Restorative Yoga and Sound Bath with bells, bowls, gongs and chanting. Space limited.
To be interested in the changing seasons is a happier state of mind than to be hopelessly in love with spring. --George Santayana
In the transition from Winter to Spring, we have the opportunity to awaken to new possibilities. That awakening sometimes brings a bit of Spring fever, so we'll also look for balance in the frenzy that sometimes accompanies rebirth. In this period of deep rest, figuring out what we really want for the season is possible.
The body renews and restores when it is at rest and a perfect time to practice this is at the seasonal shifts. We'll use Restorative Yoga to help us learn to live in harmony with the seasons and to balance the busy-ness of life with support, deep breathing and presence. Adapting to a new time of year begins before the season change and we can meet it by shifting activities and interests toward things that are natural balances for the time. Give yourself the gift of surrender, vision, inner reflection and intention.
Restorative Yoga uses blankets, blocks and other props to fully support the body in deep rest. It is appropriate for all, including those with challenges or injuries. No experience necessary.
Refunds requested within five days prior to the workshop are given as studio credit. We do not prorate series classes.
With online registration you are reserving one spot in the workshop. To reserve for additional students, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 916-837-5400.