Are you looking for peace within the chaos of our world?
Are you looking for ways to stay centered and release trauma?
Do you want to believe in yourself more and make peace with your body?
“Resilient Heart Yoga: Introduction” supports your mind, body and heart in learning tools to help tune into your power and your ability to hold yourself and others with kindness.
In the Resilient Heart Yoga: Introduction you will:
- cultivate community and connect with other in nurturing group discussions
- learn tools for the body and mind to ease overwhelm
- calm the nervous system through mindfulness and movement
- strengthen the body and mind through getting to know yourself more intimately
- meditate to foster compassion and empathy
- explore yoga philosophy that supports resilience and kindness for yourself and others
Many of the challenges we face can knock us off our feet. From trauma, anxiety, divorce, aging parents, global warming to white supremacy, we all need ways to support ourselves, our relationships and our communities to have resilience, strength and kindness.
8-week series starts:
Tuesday, March 28, June 6 or September 12
Supporting Rate: $199
Sustaining Rate: $149
Sponsored Rate: $99
“I learned that there’s always some part of my body that’s experiencing the ‘loudest’ sensation, and by opening up to those quieter places I can find refuge in them. I learned that my body can be a source of comfort and joy in times of stress and anxiety.”
“This class was helpful in my awareness of negative cycles and retraining my thought process, not necessarily to fix destructive thinking, but to hold empathy toward myself when negativity comes up.”
“[I have] more joy, more confidence doing yoga with others and less fear of being vulnerable and disabled in a yoga setting.”
“I learned to take time and moments to breathe and be present…let things melt away or face them head on with loving kindness.”
“I felt like taking the series a 2nd time was super helpful for getting the tools I learned in class to ‘stick.’ I find myself noticing my reactions to other people more often and then remembering that I have the opportunity to practice lovingkindness.”
“[I gained] a better, fuller ability to be in the present with my body.”