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Spring Awakening Extended Practice. Yin yoga + Essential oils
April 8 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm| $45
According to Ayurvedic philosophy, Spring is about the Kapha(water/earth) moving into a Pitta(fire/water) phase. The key for health during this transition time is to release the excess accumulation from the winter in order to create space for new intentions and routines for the next few months.
Yin yoga is a practice of long-held floor poses that are deeply nourishing physically, energetically, and emotionally. This practice cultivates a sense of calm, ease, and inner stillness while promoting circulation in your muscles and tissues. Yin has roots in Taoist yoga and the theory of the meridians.
In this workshop, we will focus on nourishing the liver and the gallbladder. In the spirit of this, we will focus our practice on the inner and outer leg lines to access the liver and gallbladder energy channels. These organs help with the digestion and processing of substances. Once the energy is free in the lower body, it will then be able to flow throughout the body in a more balanced way.
Everyone will receive a sample of lemongrass essential oil to use throughout the practice. Lemongrass has a refreshing citrus, herbaceous scent that offers purifying benefits for the skin, and promotes a positive outlook. These practices together will increase our enthusiasm for this new season.
Schedule: Apr 08, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Price of this module: $45
About the instructor: Jamie Monte
Yoga has influenced Jamie’s life for over two decades. She is a student of 8 Limbs Yoga Centers
and completed their teacher training in 2010. Her classes are filled with lighthearted energy and
creative sequences, coupled with breath awareness. Jamie encourages curiosity and playfulness to
discover and nurture connections within the physical and energetic bodies. She weaves Ayurvedic
principles, pranayama, mantra, mudra, and Vedic stories through the movement practice to create a
rich experience. The intention of her yin yoga classes is to explore mindfulness and support the
nervous system in quiet, passive poses. When you practice yin yoga, you create more harmony
within your physical and energetic bodies increasing your overall well-being. Her’s is a practice of
devotion and you also will be challenged to practice with intention and devotion to your heart, your
body, and your energy.
- April 8
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
- Event Category:
- Yoga Workshops
- Spira Power Yoga
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- Spira Power Yoga Issaquah
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