Letting Go Into Bliss – a healing yoga experience
With the shorter days of winter, this is a good time for turning inward, reflecting on where we’ve been (emotionally, mentally, and physically) and setting intentions to make changes that we’d like to manifest in our lives, or just taking time to slow down and be a little gentler with ourselves.
This yoga event is a deeply healing and relaxing experience that focuses on one’s life force or life energy known as prana. Prana can become imbalanced from overworking, not taking time for oneself, poor nutrition, and not enough exercise. A long-term imbalance can lead to dis-ease in the body, mind and emotions.
Whether you are feeling exhausted or over-stimulated from the demands of daily life, or just want to give yourself a little self-care, this yoga session will help guide your energy back to a state of balance. Students are guided through various restorative poses while I apply hands-on gentle adjustments to help the student ground and balance prana.
You will receive the benefits of Pranassage and restorative yoga in a small group setting, as this class is limited to 4 students per event to maximize the amount of hands-on work per person.
Facilitated by Tracy Murdoch, a trained Pranassage instructor through Therapeutic Approach Yoga Studio (TAYS) and certified by the Nosara Institute. Tracy is a 500-hr certified yoga teacher through TAYS. Check out testimonials about this event.
January sessions, located at Keystone Health (706 Cornwall Rd, Blockhouse):
Sunday, January 20 from 2:00 – 3:30pm
Sunday, January 27 from 2:00 – 3:30pm
$35 per person.
Please bring a yoga mat and blanket.
Pre-registration is required. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register, and send payment via etransfer or pay in cash prior to the event, to confirm your spot.
Alternately, if you have a group of 4 friends that you would like to book a specific time and day for this event, just ask. I’d love to help make this work for you.