With Lou Chapman at Urban Yoga
Saturday, Dec. 21, 3-5 p.m.
“Healing yourself is connected with healing others.” — Yoko Ono
So much of our lives are spent supporting others to heal. We do it in so many ways, we often don’t realize that’s what we’re doing or the toll it’s taking on us. Restorative yoga is the art of healing yourself by relaxing fully, resting deeply, and restoring abundantly. It uses props — bolsters, blankets, belts and blocks — to fully support you to settle into each pose, without any stress or physical exertion.This workshop will also include live acoustic music and a guided meditation.
All of the above is why the session is suitable not only for yogis of any level or experience, but is also a delicious introduction to the subtle benefits of yoga for anyone, regardless of their yoga experience or abilities, age, or physical challenges. Plus, this workshop is occurring on the Winter Solstice — the day of the year when the night is longest, the day is shortest, and the promise of renewal lies ahead.
Restorative yoga can:
“We have this place in Telluride, Colorado. It’s somewhere I can just get away and relax and think.” — Joe Cocker
“I love to go to Ireland just to relax.” — Ron Wood
If you can’t get away to Telluride or Ireland “just to relax,” join me at Urban Yoga for this two-hour deep-dive on the Winter Solstice into the joy of Restorative yoga.
Saturday, Dec. 21
$25 early-bird fee (paid in advance of workshop)
$30 at the door