Restorative yoga

Deep Peace with Tibetan bowls

Relax,  Restore,  Renew,  Refresh

Saturday  December 7, 2013  ~~ 1:30 – 3:30 pm
$25 paid by December 5
$30 paid after December 5

It was FABULOUS  !  We are having it again  December 7.

Restorative yoga is:  Getting to the still quiet place – finding the small ruby– at the core of your own being.

How do we do it? Using fully supported yoga postures that create deep relaxation and release.  We will connect the postures to slow and gentle movement, breathing, and quiet focus to create a profound sense of rest.  We slow way down and everyone will leave feeling refreshed and renewed.  The nervous system benefits by being “re-set” on a regular basis, and this is the very best way to do it!

What about the Tibetan Bowls?
Sound healing is an effective and proven modality that uses vibrational sound to help reduce stress, alter consciousness and create a deep sense of peace, well being and better health.    You can hear a sample of the sounds of the Tibetan bowls here.

I have offered the restorative sessions numerous times since 1998, and I have developed the subtle insight into how to help you, allowing your body, mind and heart let go into AHHHHHHH  .. .. .. … ..   .. . ..  .

The combination of the restorative poses, and the vibration of nine Tibetan bowls will surely “take you there.”

Find a Restorative yoga teacher certified by Judith Hanson Lasater in your area or near someone your love.   Judith has written the “Bible” on restorative yoga and how it helps us. I took this training with Judith in 2010, and she asked me to assist her program in September 2013.  I have used the practices often in our classes as well as with the private students in Yoga Therapy.

Come and find out first hand what a difference you can make in your own perspective and mood.  You will find your own precious ruby!

The small ruby everyone wants has fallen out on the road.

Some think it is East of us, others West of us.
Some say among primitive earth rocks;
Others, in the deep waters.
Kabir’s instinct told him it was inside,
And what it was worth –
& he wrapped it up carefully in his heart cloth.


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