With the Spring Equinox a few days away, as plants and animals awake and blossom around us, we'll come together to awaken our bodies and minds through a restorative and relaxing weekend practice.
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 deep releases, letting go of stagnant energy, and softening into the new season.
Comfortable clothing is suggested. Props (blocks, bolsters, and blankets) will be provided.
Limited number of mats are available. Bring your own mat, and any additional props and optional eye pillow if you like.
*Space is limited*
Saturday, March 18th
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Please arrive 10 minutes early to check-in. No late admissions will be permitted.
$70 for BYMC members
Equity pricing available, please reach out email@example.com
Please print and fill this consent form out and bring it to the event. (there will be physical copies at the event in case you don't have a printer).
Please email your proof of covid vaccination to firstname.lastname@example.org or if not vaccinated, arrive with a negative covid test that was taken within a day of the event. Wear a mask when you arrive to the studio. We will conduct an anonymous poll at the start of class to see if anybody needs everyone to stay masked to be safe. If that need isn't present then individuals can choose to practice with or without masks. This is the best way for us to care for our most vulnerable.
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.
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.