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TRX Foundations with Rai Lowe
March 15 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm| $90
In TRX students use a pair of mounted straps in a variety of ways to build functional strength, increase healthy range of motion, increase stamina, and improve balance. The straps allow for a range of modifications, giving students of any physical ability the opportunity to explore movement in a new and fun! way.
This series is limited to 6 students, so our instructors can give all the individual attention you need.
Absolute beginners & those with previous TRX experience are welcome to attend.
*This event takes place in-studio. Space is very limited. Preregistration is REQUIRED.
*In accordance with the CDC & WA State Mandate, masks are required by all at all times, regardless of vaccination status.
*Cancellation policy: No refunds can be offered. If you provide 48 hours notice that you cannot attend, Yogabliss will credit your account the tuition for the workshop.
With instructor: Rai Lowe
Rachel Lowe (‘Rai’) began practicing yoga while teaching fitness classes and found the balancing effects of yoga immediately. She encourages all levels of students to tune in and listen to their bodies and utilize modification options as necessary. By taking what we learn during our sadhana (practice) to other aspects of our lives, we provide a method and a metaphor to discover and create the many ways of letting balance unfold in our lives simply through the mindful practice of yoga.
“Yoga has taught me to try to meet injuries or other physical or mental challenges with some level of santosha (contentment) and detachment. I try not to let things derail me…but it is an ongoing life practice both on and off the mat.”
Rai has been teaching since 2001 and holds 500-RYT and RPYT certifications. She finds joy in teaching Prenatal teacher trainings and playing in partner yoga poses. She lives on Mercer Island with her husband and children. She enjoys rollerblading, rock climbing, cycling and teaching kids yoga at her son’s school. “The Quest of Effort is a place where I begin where I am and playfully find balance over and over again. I spiral and split but in the end I am still whole.”