Restorative Yoga is a miracle. In our ever-active culture, we have lost the art of resting deeply, which means that we have also deprived our bodies of the time and the space they need to do their critical work of cell regeneration, anti-aging, immune boosting and more. All this and more happens when we put the body in deeply soothing supported postures and remain for several minutes, gently guiding the breath, surrendering, and opening ourselves to the possibility that our deep wisdom will naturally spring forth.
In this workshop you will learn the physiology, background, and methodology for Restorative Yoga as well as do a deeply soothing practice, which will be written down so you can take it home with you.
Come and give yourself the luxury of slowing down.
Monday April 27th
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Beth is an alignment-based hatha yoga teacher, ayurveda educator/consultant, and cooking instructor dedicated to supporting the aspirations of her students from physical relief to full awakening.
She counts herself as one of a growing number of yoga instructors incorporating tangible Buddhist teachings with Vedic wisdom to bring a rich, compassionate, and insightful approach to the lives of modern practitioners. She has been teaching since 2000 and loves sharing and learning mindful practices, philosophical insights, asana tricks, sanskrit sound techniques , minute anatomical details, as well as cooking, gardening, and Ayurveda self-care practices.
She bows deeply to her principle teachers who include her mother Bella, the brilliant Ayurveda Master, Alakananda Ma, the Venerable Thich Nhat Hanh, Adyashanti, a variety of yoga luminaries including Richard Freeman, Angela Farmer, Tias Little and countless superb local yoga and meditation teachers.