Sunday, February 5th
12:00pm to 2:00pm $40 Registration Fee
Our world is in a constant state of flux and uncertainty. This can cause occasional turmoil in our lives when the fluctuation feels overwhelming. At these moments it is important to pause and reconnect to our true nature, which is to feel safe, content, and whole.
In a small group setting, participants will learn how to reunite with the confidence and positivity that already exists within us. Light movement and breath work will ground us in our bodies, while a loving kindness meditation will enhance compassion toward ourselves and gradually, into the world. Our practice will end with a paired mindful listening exercise in which one partner will speak while the other holds a welcoming space and listens.
When we pause to reunite with our true nature, we discover greater clarity and a more meaningful connection to others. Learn how yoga therapy and mindfulness foster positive change within yourself as well as with the world around you. All levels are welcome, and comfortable clothing is suggested. Bring a journal, an open heart, and an open mind.
Space is limited and registration is required.
Call WholeHealth Chicago at (773) 296-6700 to register or click here to register online.
For additional questions, email Renee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Renee Zambo, Yoga Therapist
Renee’s desire is to make yoga accessible and beneficial
to each person in a unique way. She draws on the many
tools of yoga therapy, including mindfulness, breath work, movement, meditation, and creating an empowering private lesson, group class, or themed workshop. Renee is a 1000-hour Yoga Therapist and has instructed yoga since 2010.
Kirsten Higgins, Yoga Therapist
Kirsten’s classes have a lighthearted, creative touch, with a focus on alignment, mindfulness, and brining our yoga off the mat. She challenges students and clients to explore the infinite possibilities of their yoga practice while honoring their bodies. A 1000-hour Certified Yoga Therapist, Kirsten is the founder and owner of Infinity Yoga and has instructed yoga since 2005.