Mother’s Day Forrest Yoga Workshop, 5/9/10, 9:30 – 12:00pm

May 9th, 2010
9:30 AM – 12:00 PM

All Levels of Men and Women Welcome:

“Celebrate Mother’s Wisdom for a Healing Practice”

With Angela and Jill (one teacher, one hands-on adjuster/modifier resource)

This workshop will be dynamic in both asana and relationship with Self, as we explore ways of staying struggle free while feeling into the pleasure of the fun and sweaty neck, shoulders and hips class. The neck and shoulders are the first “narrows”* allowing receptivity, responsibility and compassion be turned on. The low back and hips are the second “narrows”, allowing foundation, strength and endurance be felt, thus completing one’s sense of self, and grounded-ness when at ease.

In this workshop you’ll experience:

* pranayama

* core conditioning and basic warm up postures

* how internal heat encourages energetic openings, and the release of (mental & physical) holding patterns,

* fun-feeling freedom in our shoulders & hips, and

* tea provided, too!

No experience necessary, just a willingness to stay connected to breath, and to what your Spirit needs. Wear comfortable clothing, and be ready to sweat! Please bring water, a yoga mat, strap and block to this workshop.

Price: $30 before 5/9 & $35 day of event

To register, call (206) 972-2999

Kula Movement
@ Motion and Rest
5340 Ballard Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98107

*the “narrows” refer to Alexander Lowen’s “Bioenergetics” of mind-body psychotherapy.

“A person who doesn’t breathe deeply reduces the life of his body.  If he doesn’t move freely, he restricts the life of his body.  If he doesn’t feel fully, he narrows the life of his body.  And if his self-expression is constricted, he limits the life of his body.” ~Alexander Lowen, 1910~

Leave a Reply