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Thursdays, February 21 – March 14, with Janice Meilach
6:15pm-7:30pm, $80/series of 4 classes
limited enrolment, pre-registration required
The effects of trauma can leave one feeling disconnected from and/or betrayed by the body.
Healing from trauma involves resetting the nervous system and becoming less reactive to your environment. This series of 4 trauma-sensitive classes will offer choices and emphasize self acceptance. You will learn to gradually reclaim your body through breathing, mindful movement and physical postures that can be practised in the safety of your own home.
Thursday, February 28, with Julia Juhas
Rejuvenate your yoga practice with some live music. Relax, go deep and soak up the soothing sounds of an acoustic guitar and a singer’s voice as you ground, breathe and elongate the spine. Take your time, gently move and why not hum or sing along if you wish?
Thursdays, March 21 – April 11, with Tama Soble
6:15pm-7:30pm, $80/series of 4 classes, pre-registration required
Practise and discuss asana and pranayama techniques that you can use at home or at work to help manage anxiety. Understand the basis for each practice and how it helps re-awaken and re-energize the natural relaxation response moving you toward health and balance.
Friday, April 5, with Tama Soble
The psoas muscle is powerful and intelligent. It lies deep in the torso connecting spine, pelvis and legs. Understanding how to release, stretch and strengthen the psoas can help us to integrate and stabilize the entire physical body and free the respiratory system. We will explore postures and breathing practices to deepen our awareness and understanding of the role of the psoas.