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[Live Streamed] Yin and Yang Flow: Releasing Tension Through Movement and Breath

September 18 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

| $10 – $20

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Feeling the physical and mental effects of 2020? Take an hour out of your day to move, breathe, connect, and release.

About this Event
In this 60 min class, we will be incorporating two energies, yin and yang, to restore balance within. Let’s be real, it has been physically and mentally difficult being at home for long periods of time. Sitting down causes a decrease in muscular strength in the core and glutes as well as tension in the upper body. I invite you to take an hour of your day to dedicate to yourself. We will cultivate gentle heat in the body through movement and breath while also taking yin + restorative poses to soften and relax our minds. My intention is to hold space for you to find what you are needing in a safe and compassionate way.

Global Participants are Invited!

Date & Time
✓ USA: Friday, 18th, Sept. @ 6-7pm PST
✓ Australia: Saturday, 19 Sept @ 11-12pm AEST

Cost: $10–$20

What you will need
Yoga Mat
Charged viewing device
Water or Tea
 Props you want: blocks (thick books), bolster (pillow), blanket, strap (long scarf)

Zoom: You will receive the link to the meeting 30 minutes before the class starts and I will open the meeting up 5-10 minutes beforehand.

Refer a Friend Discount: Refer a friend and receive a 10% discount on your ticket. Your friend will need to have signed up for you to receive your discount. Please message if you have any questions.

Community
I acknowledge the necessary growth within the yoga community and stand with BIPOC and LGBTQIA communities. My hope is to continue educating myself and becoming more aware to offer a safe space for ALL.

Refund Policy
I will not be offering refunds for this class as it will be recorded and sent to you if you are unable to attend.

 

About the instructor: Madeleine Bong

Madeleine BongI was introduced to yoga at a young age. Therefore, I have been fortunate to be surrounded with a family of yogis but I found my personal passion for the practice after suffering from a spinal compression fracture in early 2017. Yoga healed the physical, emotional, and mental pain from my injury, but my love for the practice grew when I found it was helping my relationship with myself and others.

My mission is to guide practitioners in self-inquiry to cultivate self-compassion and empathy for Mother Nature and all beings through movement, breath, and meditation. By doing so, I envision a world of growing awareness and mindfulness from a space of safety, love, and joy. My aim is to provide a safe space for all beings. I acknowledge the uniqueness of one’s experience and therefore teach from a trauma informed lens. This means, but is not limited to: offering variations, open communication, consent before touch, and finding the right practice for You.

I am originally from California, USA but I completed my 200 Hr TT in Melbourne, Australia and am currently working on an additional 250 Hr TT. I have studied and continue to study under the guidance of various teachers such as Duncan Parviainen, Leigh Roy Houghton, Amy Leonard-King, and Gena Kenny.

I acknowledge the necessary growth within the yoga community and stand with BIPOC and LGBTQIA communities. My hope is to continue educating myself and becoming more aware to offer a safe space for ALL.


Details

Date:
September 18
Time:
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Cost:
$10 – $20
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Venue

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Organizer

Madeleine Bong
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