Join Kerri and Leena for an afternoon of Yin Yoga, meditation and contemplative Practices to inquire into feelings of grief and illuminate experiences of gratitude and compassion.  Expect gentle yin yoga postures, calming and grounding meditation techniques and dialogue to help support all attendees and their experiences.  This workshop is for all levels.  

"The work...is to carry grief in one hand and gratitude in the other and to be stretched large by them"
-Frances Weller

 

September 15
12:30pm - 4:00pm

$49.00+gst
$79.00+gst
(buddy rate! Sign up with a friend)

Please contact studio for discount code for buddy price rate

 
 
 
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Kerri Neild

Having dabbled with yoga on and off for years, I became hooked in 2005 after the birth of my daughter when struggling with post partum depression. After trying several things yoga was the “thing” that helped the most because it worked on so many different levels; it calmed my nervous system, helped me work through chronic muscle tension, it even gave me the tools I needed to begin looking at damaging beliefs I held about myself and the world that kept me in a depressive cycle. Yoga has been a gift. It transforms from the inside out - not just increasing flexibility in our bodies but also in our hearts and our minds.

Although I believe that yoga is a sacred practice, there is always room to laugh and make mistakes! I hope that people will find my classes fun and relaxing but also challenging and sometimes thought provoking. When not on the mat I am an obsessive reader, lover of the outdoors and arts, and I especially love just hanging out with my family.

Leena Joshi

Leena is a 500 hour RYT instructor, she completed her 200 hr teacher training in 2006, and 300 tt in yoga therapy last year. Leena's discovery of yoga's healing benefits came after a back injury in her previous career as a RN. With time, patience and practice she was able to heal. Leena's focus in her classes is around correct alignment, safety and finding what feels good in our bodies. With gentle encouragement, to stay present and move with the breath we can all discover the amazing benefits of yoga.