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Musings on yoga and life

Spring Rejuvenation Retreat

As soon a you step inside, you will be showered with Reiki to cleanse your whole aura, releasing negative energies and helping you to feel more at ease.

Throughout the afternoon you will be guided through relaxing,  healing techniques to release tension and return you toward your natural state of well being and connection. 

We will begin with a short, gentle yoga practice to get us in touch with the body and connect with the breath. It is designed for all levels and will be slow movement on the mat.

Next, we will take time for a restorative practice of 4 completely propped poses. Light massage, energy work, Reiki, and adjustments will be provided as you just be and give in to the pose. One restorative pose will also include a warm foot soak and lotion application with Reflexology.

Ending our time will be a fully guided meditation done in a pampered Savasana.

Learn to work with your breath, ways to connect with the body in your yoga practice, and things to add to your daily routine to become more mindful in everyday life.

All mats and props will be provided. Just bring your beautiful self and your willingness to release, relax and just be.  Please wear comfortable clothing

Refreshments provided along with a small gift for you to use as you continue on this journey back into the world. Retreat is being led by Jen Frederici and Patricia Strebel.

Spaces are limited. 
Cost is just $49 for the entire afternoon! Sign up now! (Link takes you to the Facebook event. Click on “Find Tickets.” Payment Page shows Evolve Yoga Co.)

Create Your Home Yoga Practice!

Yoga means union.

It is not a set of asanas.
It is not a set of asanas,
although a practice of yoga may include asana.

Yoga is a way of being.

A consistent practice of yoga is a vehicle to bring your being to union.
Let me help you create your practice.

This fall I will be teaching a six-week class in Binghamton, NY that  will empower individuals to create their own practice of yoga consisting of flowing postures, ancient breathing practices, and meditation. Graduating to a home practice allows for a more private, personal experience that fits one’s schedule with no travel time required.   A consistent practice of yoga can help you be more grounded, centered and present in your life both on and off the mat.

All classes will be held at The Yoga Room at Healing Elements in Binghamton (above The Lost Dog Restaurant).   I’m looking for feedback on best time of day to hold the class.

Want more details?  Have a question?  Leave me a reply!

Three Asana on a Mountaintop

Photo by © Malerie Thiel