Stretch (and Breathe) Into Your Comfort Zone
In three weeks, will host the third installment of our Seasons of Life Workshop series. I often joke and say once the month of September has finished the year is done! Time seems to go into warp speed with holidays, school activities, work, and celebrations. This lovely workshop led by our Yoga Coordinator, Kelly Schauermann, will help ground you as you kick off your fall season.
Who should register?
This workshop is for anyone who desires a couple of hours of peace, reflection, connection, and rest.
Why should you attend?
It is valuable to look back and reflect on what you have learned so far this year. This workshop will help you focus on how you can harvest and implement this new knowledge as you turn the corner into a fast-paced fall season.
What makes this workshop unique?
The tools used in the Seasons of Life yoga workshop are gentle stretches and beginner yoga poses, small group and personally focused reflections, mindful breathing, and journal writing. Participants can enjoy a warm cup of tea or a refreshing glass of water and snacks after the workshop. Those who attend will also receive personal support from Kelly, who is an incredibly experienced and skilled instructor passionate about ensuring every participant feels safe and comfortable. She often adds special touches to each of her workshops, customized to those participating.
What should you bring?
Please bring your own mat, blankets and any supportive props you may use if you have a yoga or stretching practice. And if you do not have a mat or props, no problem! Just let Kelly know as she has a few extras for you to use.
Make sure to register soon since there are limited spots available. Also, the final installment in our Seasons Of Life Workshop in November is open for registration, so you can guarantee your space now by clicking here.
And for every workshop you register for in the month of August, you receive one entry to win a $100 gift card to Anthropologie. Fun!
Questions? Contact Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Breathing Deeply and Exhaling Slowly (at least trying really hard to do this more often!) –