Soften into Fall - Restorative Yoga, Bodywork + Acupuncture

As autumn equinox draws near, we bid farewell to summer and prepare ourselves for cooler temperatures and shorter days. This can be a wonderful time to check in with ourselves and our bodies, find deep release from summer activities and slow down.

This workshop will include hands-on healing of Thai massage, Shiatsu, Craniosacral Therapy, and Acupuncture during prolonged, supported Restorative yoga poses, with an emphasis on unwinding and softening.


Let’s share space together and tend to ourselves, leaving relaxed and nourished.Comfortable clothing is suggested.


Yoga blocks, bolsters, and blankets will be provided. Bring your props and optional eye pillow if preferred. We have a few spare yoga mats, which you can reserve in advance - reach out to connect@thebymc.com


*Space is limited*



Date/Time

Saturday, September 17th

2:00pm - 3:45pm

Please arrive 10 minutes early to check-in. No late admissions will be permitted.


Cost

$75

$65 for BYMC members

Equity pricing available, please reach out connect@thebymc.com



Facilitated by 3 skillful practitioners

Lydia (she/her) is an acupuncturist and holistic medicine practitioner who believes truly in the connection that the mind and the body share. Using modalities such as Shiatsu, Tuina, and Craniosacral Therapy within her acupuncture practice, Lydia is able to have a personalized approach to meet each person where they are within that moment.

Whitney (she/her) passionately believes in the power of presence and healing touch. She has taught Hatha, Yin, Restorative, Kids and Family, and Prenatal and Postpartum Yoga. Her intuitive and integrative approach to massage is influenced by her studies in Swedish relaxation, Deep Tissue, Thai Massage, Craniosacral Therapy, Tui Na, and Shiatsu.

www.whitneyhandrich.com

Sahar (she/they) has been practicing yoga for over 14 years and has been a teacher since 2017. They have continued their education since, completing Living Yoga's trauma-informed teaching program, 100-hour Yin training, and delved deeper into Restorative yoga, Nidra, and meditation. They teach at the Bhakti Yoga Movement Center and several other spaces.


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