1. A Women's Retreat
Topic: Body Image
Time: Sat., Feb. 3 1pm-4pm
*Only 12 spots available
As a society we place a huge emphasis on appearance. Approximately 91% of women are unhappy with their bodies and resort to dieting to achieve their ideal body shape. Oh and the diet industry is a $55 BILLION industry! Read: You are not alone. Maybe people have said negative things to you about your body or maybe you have been the one saying them to yourself.
Through yoga, meditation, writing, and sharing let's take a look at where some of our personal ideas about our bodies come from. Let's start the process of learning to be in touch with feeling healthy instead of trying to look a certain way. Let's add to that a community of strong women who will help support us on this journey.
If you would like to pay in cash on the day of ~ please email me so I can hold a spot for you.
2. Private Yoga Sessions
Pay $100 and get $30 off a 2 session package to give the gift of mindfulness and health to yourself or a loved one. That's less than $1/minute!
This purchase is good for 2 - 1 hour yoga sessions in the privacy of your own home.
Would you like to "get to know a pose"? Would you like to find out more details about your particular body? Intimidated by going to a studio since you haven't tried yoga before? What ever the reason, let's have 2 - 1 hour sessions together to get you more familiar with your body and with yoga.
3. Sweet Sweet Breath Wksp
Time: Sat., Dec.. 9 1pm-3pm
Location: Revolver Yoga Studio
Revitalize the body, obtain clarity of the mind, and calm the senses in a workshop exploring the breath. Learn the basics of Pranayama, or "breath expansion," and begin building a solid foundation for your own personal practice. The workshop will also include a series of restorative asanas to prepare the body and mind for the subtle work of the breath, which serves as a link between the mental and physical practices of yoga.
The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched - they must be felt with the heart.
~ Helen Keller ~