Enter into fall with a new set of self-care tools, rituals and routines that will enable you to live more vibrantly, holistically and in better sync with nature. We’ll begin with an outline of seasonal living from the Ayurvedic perspective, yoga’s 5,000 year old sister science, modified for modern life. We will talk about ways to balance the mind and body through ancient practices like self massage, dry brushing and much more. In this workshop you will:
- learn how deeply important what we eat and our practices around food are in creating a healthy, vibrant life
- discuss the types of foods that aid in digestion during the colder fall months
- move into slow-flow vinyasa practice where we actively apply some of the Ayurvedic principles learned - twisting, inverting and opening to honor the spirit of fall
- finish with a short meditation and some light bites
Leave feeling refreshed, inspired and balanced - ready to take on fall! Class suitable for all levels, no prior yoga experience necessary.
When: Friday, September 14, 7:00 - 9:00pm
Fee: $30, members receive 10% off
Other: Fee includes a print out and recipes
RYT 200, Jill studied at Kripalu School of Yoga + Ayurveda in 2014, and has has a longtime interest in healthy living. Jill has recently returned to the Shoreline from California where she spent a few years on Northern coast, working within the farm-to- table movement. She draws from her diverse experiences and guides engaging classes full of integrated movement and student-focused flow that highlight the mindfulness, vitality and joy that yoga can bring to our lives.