Yoga Therapy Matinée, Sat 5/8/21

YFR LOGO

Sat, May 8, 2021, 10 am-12 pm (EST)
Online

Self-care has become a must and one of the best ways you can take care of yourself is to let got of the mind and “return” to your body.

Come and join me in this live, virtual mini-retreat where you enter a practice that helps you relax deeply and “listen” to what the body says.

In this practice, breath is the key.

The body holds all of your emotions. Yogic breathing helps you relax deeply and connect with suppressed emotions that get stuck in the body in the form of tensions. Yogic breathing helps you listen to what these tensions are saying to you, and re-orchestrate these tensions in the body’s global energy.

We are more than energy. We are also beings of bonding and relationships. This is why you are invited to come into a healing circle, after the yoga practice, to verbalize your experience, to share what emotions you have become aware of that touch your need for connection, security, attachment and pleasure.

The yoga practice, the authentic sharing of who you are and the brotherhood experienced in the group, all of these make this matinée a unique holistic wellness voyage.

The deep, gentle yoga practice is for absolutely everybody—whether you are young, in your 90’s or in a wheelchair.

I hope you will join me.

Facebook event page.

Limited to 8 participants.
Pre-registration is a must.

Workshop via Zoom. To participate, you need:
– to be in a quiet space
– to be dressed in comfortable clothes especially at the waist
– preferably, to avoid eating at least 2 hours before the session
– a mat
– a chair (if sitting on the floor is unavailable for you)
– a good quality internet connection
– a microphone
– a webcam (highly recommended).

$28/class
Please register by Thu May 6, 21.
No drop in.
Once you make the payment, please look for a follow email with a link to our virtual class.
Please send your matinée cancellation request by text (404-226-2195) or e-mail (elisabeth@yogaforrenewal.com) at least 48 hours before the workshop.

Photos: © Fernando Decillis