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Yoga with Our Hands

Mudras are symbolic or ritual gestures used in yoga practice, primarily with our hands and fingers.  The art of mudra for healing is one of your most powerful tools for well-being ; you always carry it with you, once you’ve unlocked this ancient practice. In this workshop you will learn simple hand gestures that impact mood, sleep, digestion, anxiety, pain, immunity and more.

Note: This workshop is also part of a Yoga for Cancer Teacher Training. Click here for more information.

Suggested props – Mudras are often done seated so gather the props you need to create a comfortable seat either on the floor or in a chair.

Date & Time: November 6th, 12:30-4:00pm

Cost: $75

Cancellation Policy: Refunds of 90% up to five days prior to start of series. No refunds allowable after that time.

300/500-hour Teacher Training

This workshop can be taken as part of 8 Limbs 300/500-hour Teacher Training ProgramClick here for more information on joining us!


About the instructor: Cheryl Fenner Brown

Cheryl Fenner Brown

Cheryl found yoga in 2001 as a way to ease chronic back pain and became instantly enchanted by the subtle connections between the breath, body, mind, and emotions. Students appreciate her deeply educational approach to yoga and her classes weave anatomy, philosophy, asana, mudra, chanting, pranayama and yoga nidra together for a well-rounded experience delivered with compassion and humor. Cheryl encourages each student to honor where they are in their bodies every time they step onto the mat so deep healing and transformation takes place. She specializes in working with people over 50, cancer patients, and those with structural injuries and ailments.
Her training with master Hatha teachers from Piedmont Yoga Studio in Oakland, California, and the Integrative Yoga Therapy school at Kripalu helps her to blend both traditional Hatha teachings and alignment principles with subtle energy work and intuitive healing.  She is certified as an E-RYT 500 through Yoga Alliance and maintains their certification as a continuing education provider.  In 2016, she was among the first group of teachers to be certified through the International Association of Yoga Therapists as a C-IAYT. She has been a Reiki practitioner since 1997 and was certified as a Holy Fire® III Karuna® Reiki Master in 2019.

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