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[Live Streamed] Free Prenatal Yoga Info Session with Janiece Collopy & Julie Morse
Jul 2, 2020 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm| Free
Are you interested in trying out Prenatal Yoga but unsure what practice online looks like? Join us for a free info session where we will cover what to expect joining class over Zoom, how to safely practice from home, and options for joining. We will go over some frequently asked questions and encourage anyone interested in joining to bring their own questions as well.
We hope to see you there!
Registered students will receive a link to join the info session, 15 minutes before the start.
Date & Time: Thursday, Jul. 2nd, 2020 @1:30pm-2:30pm
About the instructors: Janiece Collopy & Julie Morse
Janiece’s love for yoga sparked in high school when she and her mom tried a yoga studio by their home. Immediately she fell in love with its calming and restoring nature, and carried her practice through college and into adulthood. Yoga has played a huge role in helping her manage stress and anxiety. It continues to be a reminder to be immersed and grounded in the present moment. Her style primarily gravitates towards a gentle, yin style, and over the years she has developed a deep appreciation of practicing meditation and mindfulness.
In 2016 she began working as a birth and postpartum doula and soon blended her birth work with yoga by completing a Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training through Synergy Yoga in Seattle. She is excited to bring her knowledge of birth into her yoga teaching. So many of the techniques she has learned through yoga are highly applicable in aiding labor and postpartum period. Though birth is a large focus of hers, she believes yoga can benefit everyone in any stage of life and enjoys teaching all ages. Her classes are light-hearted, and encourage an environment of self-love, kindness and respect. You can find her website at www.sukhabirth.com.
Julie took her first yoga class while pregnant with her second child over 20 years ago. It was through her prenatal yoga classes that she gained the knowledge, strength and confidence to birth her daughter naturally. From the sense of empowerment, she felt from her own birth began her journey to assist other women in obtaining that same feeling – being a warrioress! Julie graduated from Brenneke School of Massage in 2006 and immediately following became certified in Bodywork for the Childbearing Year taught by her mentor, Kate Jordan. In 2007 she studied and apprenticed with Colette Crawford in prenatal/postnatal yoga and birth support. Julie assists Kate Jordan with Bodywork for the Childbearing Year when in Seattle.
Julie’s classes are fun, challenging and informative while fostering a sense of community.
She is registered with Yoga Alliance as a 200hr- RYT with a Prenatal Certification and is the founder of Aditi Yoga and Bodywork.