Restorative Yoga at 2:30 Sunday afternoon

"The primary aim of yoga is to restore the mind to simplicity and peace, to free it from confusion and distress. This sense of calm comes from the practice of yogic asanas (postures) and pranayama (breath work). Unlike other forms of exercise which strain muscles and bones, restorative yoga gently rejuvenates the body." Often in our fast paced world, we look for fast paced exercise. However, even too much power yoga and not any restorative yoga can be hard on the body and mind.

Today is our make-up class for last week's snow day on Wednesday evening. We are doing a restorative yoga class which is pose specific and uses a lot of props. It is for beginners and intermediates, and you are welcome to bring a friend to punch off your Tranquility Yoga card since it is February friend month.

If you haven't been to yoga in a while or are a new beginner, this class is for you. If you are a heavy duty exercise person, this class is for you. If you only like power yoga, this class is for you. If you like a slower class with longer holds, more blankets, even a chair, this class is for you. If you dislike slow restorative yoga, this class is especially for you.

"Yoga can heal parts of our bodies that have been injured, traumatized, or simply ignored and neglected." Bring an open mind, willing spirit, and come in comfortable clothes.

Hope to see you today at 2:30 in the afternoon!

"The rhythm of the body, the melody of the mind, and the harmony of the soul create the symphony of life." B.K.S. Iyengar

Jeanne K. Doss
Tranquility Yoga
Registered Yoga Teacher 200 hr. - Yoga Alliance
Certified Personal Trainer - Cooper Institute
Pilates Instructor


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