From Integration to Inspiration: A Magical Evening of Asana, Nidra, and Connection.
Date: Friday, July 29
Investment: $35 in advance; $40 for walk-ins
Included: Journaling Notebook & Homemade Treat
Hinging on Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra 2.46, sthira sukham asanam, this workshop is an opportunity to lean not only into your stability, intention, and strength, but also your comfort, ease, and openness. This combination of meditation, mudra, asana, nidra, and writing will invite you to explore the good space of you and bring you into a deeper relationship with your beautiful, authentic self.
Our flow is designed to help you feel yourself as a strong and beautifully open spirit. You will experience a tender Nidra practice which guides you through your inner landscape of ease and peace. You’ll reflect on your experiences with journaling prompts that encourage gratitude, awareness, creativity, and joy for your entire self.
What students will learn:
- Deepening the connection between mind, body, and spirit
- Navigating the relationship between firmness and ease
- Using powerful mudras and pranayama techniques to ground and empower you
- Discovering Inner Sanctuary through stillness and presence
- Engaging in writing as a vehicle to articulate relationship, reflection, and connection
- Practicing Yoga (Nidra & Asana) as a means to mitigate stress, anxiety, and the challenges of daily life
Carissa Drummond Carissa is a high school English teacher with a passion for practicing, teaching, and learning. She has her RYT 500 hour certification and continues to evolve her personal and teaching practices through continued coursework and growth opportunities. When she’s not grading essays, reading, teaching, or practicing, you can find her outside soaking up the sun, by the water (preferably an ocean), or planning her next big adventure. www.mudfloweryoga.com
Holly Ashton Wallin Yoga transformed Holly’s life. After navigating a divorce, job loss, and a faith transition, she discovered her inner sanctuary. Fueled by her passion and curiosity, she pursued a deeper knowledge of Yoga. She studies Yogic Lineages, Anatomy, Asana, Pranayama, Meditation, and Deep Relaxation. Through these ancient, evidence-informed practices, she helps her clients to discover their own inner sanctuary. She is an RYT 500, Nidra teacher, and yoga therapist in training. Holly is a blogger, mom of 3 beautiful girls, and lover of the outdoors. Nature is her master teacher. www.nativebreath.com