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[Live Streamed] A Thanksgiving Day Practice: Remembrance, Resilience, Restoration and Repair
Nov 26, 2020 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am| $45
As the leaves fall and winter draws near we’ll pause to explore the practices that help us cultivate the skills to remember our humanity, restore our bodies and minds, repair the broken trust in our communities, and help create more resilience in our lives. Join Claudette for a full spectrum, all levels practice that will open us to the energy of the day.
The āsana practice will be followed by a seated meditation and a restorative śavāsana accompanied by a healing yoga chant bath. Come clear your mind, energize your body and illuminate your blessings.
Date & Time: Thursday, November 26th, 2020 @9:30am – 11:30am
*Important information about online, live streamed events:
✓ You must pre-register at least 45 minutes in advance of the event start.
✓ Registered participants will be emailed a Zoom link and password ~30 minutes prior to the event start.
✓ Ensure that your email on file with us is current, so that you can receive the link!
Please plan carefully: Refunds of 90% are granted up to 5 days prior to the workshop start; after which, no refunds are given.
About the instructor: Claudette Evans
What to expect in Claudette’s classes: Claudette has a genuine passion for meeting students where they are, helping guide them toward an experience of greater strength and freedom, while allowing them to discover the wisdom that lies within their own bodies. You’ll find Claudette’s classes infused with her warm, integrative, and creative spirit, along with explorations in mantra and vibration. Her enthusiasm and curiosity are catching, and it’s clear that her teaching draws on her own love of physicality and mental engagement. Through a deft weaving of precise alignment, thoughtful insight, and a great sense of humor, Claudette’s classes create space for self-expression, clarity of focus, and the sheer joy of movement.
Main Influences/Styles/Traditions: Anusara, Iyengar, Ashtanga, Sanskrit. She also has been strongly influenced by Douglas Brooks, Christopher Hareesh Wallis, Christina Sell, Sianna Sherman, Amy Ippoliti, Ross Rayburn, Jason Crandell, and Meghan Currie.