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[Live Streamed] Quiet Yoga – Winter Series with Joanna Dunn
Jan 15, 2021| $16 – $56
Restore yourself this winter!
Four-week series begins Friday, January 15 5-6pm
Online Streaming via Zoom
Co-promoted through Joanna Dunn and Yoga Community
Busy mind. Restlessness. Anxiety. Stress.
Do these sound all too familiar? For many of us, these are normal states of being. And they are not states that we can talk ourselves out of – Meaning that we often cannot solve for these states from thought, from the mind. Instead, we can “talk” directly to the nervous system, quiet the body and the mind will follow.
Quiet Yoga is a blend of resting yoga poses (restoratives), somatic/gentle movement, calming breath practices, and meditation. Each class will be a unique combination, intuitively choreographed by Joanna.
The classes will be recorded and will be made available to anyone pre-registered for one week following class. If you are unable to make the class live, use the recording later. Or, if you found the practice helpful, try practicing on additional days in the week between classes.
Schedule: begins Friday, January 15th @5pm-6pm
✓ $16 per class
✓ $56 for four classes
If you have an existing class pass through Joanna or through Yoga Community (Kennewick), you may use them to register.
This class is suitable for all levels.
About the instructor: Joanna Dunn
A yoga teacher since 2001, Joanna’s background is eclectic. She teaches a variety of styles, including beginner level alignment, a Level 2 slow paced Vinyasa, Yin and Restorative as well as somatic movement and meditation. Her teaching is influenced by Iyengar-based teachers, Judith Lasater (Restorative yoga), Kathryn Payne (Pranayama) and Theresa Elliott (alignment, sequencing, and Vinyasa). Her primary influences from her early studies also include choreographed multidimensional vinyasa of Lynn Kingston and the accessible, gentle yoga of Kripalu. Joanna is currently studying with Tias and Surya Little of Prajna Yoga. Prajna fuses traditional yoga practices (Ashtanga and Iyengar) with the energy body wisdom of yoga and Chinese Medicine, Meditation of Buddhism and somatic movement of Feldenkrais and Hanna.