Thai Yoga Massage Workshop
Friday September 20, 2019
7:45 pm - 9:45 pm
Yoga District, 14th St. Studio
Explore simple Thai Yoga therapy techniques to relax your body and restore your energy! Thai Yoga therapy is a form of therapeutic bodywork that uses acupressure, stretching, and joint mobilization to detoxify the body and improve energy flow. Using mindful touch and a meditative rhythm, you will learn how give and receive this sacred practice.
During this workshop you will:
This workshop is open to all levels of experience. Great tools for yogis, athletes, and anyone who wants to learn and feel into their body.
Come with loose fitting clothing (sleeves and pants, yoga clothes ok). Bring a friend or meet one there!
YinDulge Yourself II: Yin and Tonic
Saturday, September 27, 2019
4pm - 6:30 pm
Yoga District, Bloomingdale Studio
Join us for the second series of YinDulge Yourself: Yin and Tonic, a deeply healing practice to restore your body and nourish your soul!
Yin yoga is a calm and gentle practice that helps relieve tension in the mind and body. The passive long-held poses help stretch the deepest parts of us, the connective tissue or fascia. Yin gives us the opportunity to slow down - to notice our tension patterns and free ourselves from anything that might be holding us back. During the practice, we’ll focus on softening our lower body and releasing tension in our legs, hips, pelvis and belly.
This workshop is designed to promote healing by targeting the liver and kidney meridian lines which according to Traditional Chinese Medicine, govern our stress level and responses, movement, detoxification, and emotions. Using mindfulness, breathwork, reiki (energy), and Thai touch we will unearth the subtle energies of the kidneys and liver meridian lines, gain awareness of our thought patterns and how we can attune to our inner wisdom to move stagnant energy. Class will end with a guided meditation and extended savasana.
Come for an intensely loving experience. Leave feeling revived, refreshed and restored. Yogis, athletes and all or none of the above welcomed. No experience necessary.
Bring water, a journal, a pen, and a willingness to open!