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Restorative Yoga

Every Friday 5:30pm to 6:30pm

  • From 18 US dollars


A restful practice to rejuvenate the body Restorative yoga is a restful practice that is gentle on the body. A restorative yoga class allows the body to slow down and relax in different poses. Each pose is held for longer than a conventional class, to allow your breath to connect to your fascia (connective tissue) . The long holding of poses is often assisted with props such as folded blankets, blocks, bolsters ensure the body is fully supported and to allow the muscles to relax. Benefits to restorative yoga include increased relaxation, better sleep, improved well-being, better mood and reduced pain Practitioner Bio: Heather has been practicing yoga for over 20 years. From when she started, she had always wanted to be a yoga teacher. It took some years to be able to make this wish possible. She “went for it” in 2019 and became a registered yoga teacher (RYS200). Receiving her certification from Almaden Yoga in San Jose, Ca. She studied under Anuja Chaudri and Nate Jones. She is an advanced trauma certified teacher who holds her certification with Collective Resilience yoga since 2021 under Hala Khouri, Kyra Haglund and RW Alves

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