Intro to Yoga Series: June 3, 10 & 17
Begin your yoga journey with my 3 week Intro to Yoga series!
Practice beginner vinyasa yoga, meditate, learn ujayii breathing and studio etiquette. You'll learn just enough to feel comfortable deciding whether you really want to give this yoga thing a try.
One of the hardest parts of starting something new is getting yourself in the door. Committing to the 3 week series will help you do that. You will practice with the same group of students each week so you'll have the added benefit of seeing familiar faces.
Series led by Johanna Epps, owner of Go Inside Yoga. Johanna has 20 years of teaching experience. She cares about people and is passionate about sharing the benefits of this practice.
*No experience necessary.
*Class runs 12-2pm Saturday 6/3, 6/10 and 6/17.
*$75 for the 3 week series.
*Bring your own mat or use a studio mat.
*The studio has all the props needed.
*You may want to bring a bottle of water and a hand towel
We invite you to join us for this unique experience. We will work with a specific type of breathing that will allow students the opportunity to let go of and integrate emotions and stuck energies that are holding them back.
When we experience traumas in our lives, whether big or small, they are either processed or stored. When we breathe fully, we touch in to those areas where we've stored emotions- so over time, in order to not feel those emotions, we shut down parts our breath, parts of ourselves. In this way, we avoid the pain, but we also limit our experience of life when don't allow ourselves to fully access it.
Working with the breath has been a part of the Eastern tradition of yoga for a long time. The yogis understood that there is a direct connection between our breathing and our emotional/mental/physical well-being.
Please bring a pillow, blanket, water. You'll be lying down the entire time, so wear clothes you are comfortable in. Class is limited to 10 so pre-registration is recommended.
Breathwork is not recommended for people with a history of aneurisms, cardiovascular problems, high blood pressure, vision problems, osteoporosis, or any recent physical injuries or surgeries. It is also not recommended for people who experience severe psychiatric symptoms or seizures or who take heavy medication.