Yin Yoga For Self Love

Take some time for self-care with this series focused on cultivating self-love. Yin is a slow-paced practice where poses are held for longer periods of time, from 3-5 minutes or more. Yin opens up connective tissues and helps release the fascia, as well as increases circulation, improves flexibility, and improves joint mobility. Longer holds allow for a more meditative practice, giving time to turn inward to calm and balance the mind and body. Find peace in passive floor poses and explore the supportiveness of props. Explore deep stretches, expansive heart-openers and poses that encourage self-love and acceptance while helping you cultivate inner and outer strength.

This course will be offered on Mondays, November 26 – December 17 from 7:00 – 8:15 pm

This 4 week series is being offered Pay-What-You-Can $20-$80. The value of this series is $80. Sign-up from here.

You can pay online for the series in increments of $10 between $20-$80. You are also welcome to pay over the phone at 434-218-7677, or in person at our Jefferson School location when we have other services going on.

This series will require a minimum of 10 people to be signed-up. If we haven’t hit the minimum we will contact those already signed up so that we all have a chance to recruit a friend or two in the last few days!

Please note: No substitutions. Cancellations for this series must be made at least 24 hours in advance of the first class; refunds will not be issued after this point. Refunds are not available for missed classes.

andi-senatro-150x100Andi Senatro completed her yoga teacher training at Asheville Yoga Center in Asheville, NC. She has lived in several different places and loves to travel, though she has spent most of her time in Virginia. Andi has been practicing yoga for seven years and believes in the power yoga possesses to help everyone grow stronger physically, mentally, and spiritually. Her favorite poses are standing balances, and inversions like headstand and wheel. She also loves teaching strengthening postures as well as restorative ones.

 

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