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Family Yoga with Rae Lowe at Yogabliss in Mercer Island
Mar 29, 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm| $20 – $30
This is a fun family yoga class intended for kids ages 5-12 and their adult(s).
Spend time with your kids and be a family that explores yoga together! We will have lots of movement, learn about yoga poses & even explore how quiet & stillness can be healthy.
Together we will discover the how our body and breath move together, and practice a few methods of bringing calm and relaxation into our day.
Date & Time:
- Mar. 29th, 2020
- From 1pm – 2pm
- $20 for 1 adult & 1 child.
- $30 for 2 adults & 2 children.
additional $5/child (please pay this fee, if applicable, in-studio on the day of the class)
Registration highly recommended – in order to host this workshop, we are requiring a minimum of 5 families to pre-register.
Please bring your own mats or beach towels for your children.
About the instructor: Rae Lowe
Rae Lowe began practicing yoga while teaching fitness classes and found the balancing effects of yoga immediately. She has studied locally with Jenny Hayo, Anne Phyfe Palmer, Jo Leffingwell, Melina Meza, and nationally with Shiva Rae, Tias Little, Rod Stryker, Shari Friedrichsen, Sarah Powers, and JinSung. Rai has been teaching since 2001 and holds 500-RYT and RPYT certifications. Her 500 hour and Prenatal training were completed through 8 Limbs Yoga Centers and her 200 hour training was completed through Samadhi Yoga in Seattle, Washington. She has worked in several diverse settings – yoga studios, fitness clubs, elementary schools, corporate offices, and universities and colleges. This has given her the opportunity to teach an array of classes – Vinyasa, Yin, Gentle, Intro, Family and Kid Yoga, Prenatal/Postnatal, Partner Yoga, and Meditation. She leads the Bellevue College 200-hour RYS Teacher Training Program, teaches Prenatal Yoga for 200-hour Teacher Trainings, and leads Yoga Workshops and Retreats.
Rae encourages all levels of students to truly tune in and listen to their bodies, be curious and enjoy discovering varied options (by modifying or challenging) in their practices each day. Showing up on our mat with whatever we are facing, allows us to take what we learn during our sadhana (practice) to other aspects of our lives. It is here that we can discover and create the many ways of letting balance unfold in our lives. Rai supports students in this unfolding by weaving in yoga philosophy with a focus on stability and fluidity within the physical body, breath and mind.