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A nourishing yin practice, guided relaxation and singing bowl sound therapy led by Nancy Lea to honor the Winter Solstice and embrace the quiet, inward nature of the winter season. This practice will help increase circulation in the body, connect us with our own inner light and revitalize the body and mind so that we may set clear intentions as we move into the new year and towards the light of spring.
Date & Time:
Friday, December 20, 2019
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
About the instructor: Nancy Lea
I began practicing yoga in 2001 as a way to strengthen my body after the birth of my first son. I discovered a life altering way to focus my mind through breathing and movement. Knowing firsthand the transformative power of yoga, I became passionate about guiding others through their journey. I completed my 200-hour training and began teaching in 2012. My intent is to always teach with honesty, a sense of humor and an open heart.
My classes are very grounding and fluid. I accommodate all levels, offering modifications where needed as well as opportunities for deepening. Through clear instruction and an exploration of the eightfold path of Ashtanga yoga, I challenge my students to move beyond the physical practice and understand the impact that cultivating self-love and awareness has off the mat. I work within the framework of a philosophical theme and/or work towards a peak pose