The union of body and mind
Wednesday evenings, March 29 through Wednesday, May 3rd.
6:00 - 7:00 PM
Enjoy 60 minutes of easy supported yoga, either as a way to take a break in your busy day or to gently wind down your day. Movements are gentle and slow with bodies fully supported in easy poses and long holds. Meditations will also accompany the sessions. Yoga mats and other props will be provided or participants are welcome to bring their own. Comfortable easy to move in attire is recommended.
Restorative yoga is suitable for practitioners of all levels and is a restful practice that holds yoga poses for a longer duration using props like yoga blocks, blankets, and bolsters. It is a practice of deep relaxation that emphasizes the meditative aspect of yoga—the union of body and mind. Through the use of props for support, many of the postures are held almost effortlessly.
When the body enters a state of relaxation the mind can also consciously relax as tension is released from both body and mind. The only work that's required on your part during a restorative yoga practice is to pay attention to your breath and become aware of any sensations or thoughts that may arise.
No registration needed, instructor gratuity welcome.
Conor Flood began the practice of yoga in 2018. He trained in Mysore, Karnataka, India where Ashtanga vinyasa yoga was born. Conor finds all aspects of yoga fascinating beyond only the physical postures. He has completed over 600 hours of teacher trainings (in Ashtanga, Hatha and PranaVashya) and plans to return to India to continue his studies of Sanskrit to broaden his knowledge and experience.