Restorative and Thai Yoga Workshop March 25

A Popular Workshop is Back!

Restorative yoga seeks to achieve physical, mental, and emotional relaxation with the aid of props. Poses are of being (not doing), of practicing deliberate stillness. During restorative yoga, the nervous system becomes quieter, allowing tension to melt away as you become present to what is happening in the body and mind, moment by moment.

This two hour restorative yoga class will begin with gentle stretching and movements to warm the muscles, creating space in the body and allowing all of the restlessness and stress of the day to dissolve. Meg Linn will assist and offer gentle Thai Yoga massage adjustments to anyone who would like to experience this technique in addition to the restorative poses.

What students have to say:

“After practicing yoga for a couple of years, I tried a restorative class. I clearly had no idea what I was in for. The classes I had taken in the past were highly active. Restorative yoga is more like getting a big hug. To just be, relax and breathe are the only requirements. I left feeling relaxed, and centered. A truly wonderful gift I gave to myself.” Carolyn

“Restorative Yoga was just what I needed. I really appreciated the mini-massages by the Thai Yoga assists relaxing me even more. I think I was falling asleep at the end in the inclined position.” Connie

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