I am teaching a special yoga class called Celebrate Being Grateful on Thanksgiving morning at Turtles Yoga & Wellness in Beaverton.
Join me from 9:30-11 a.m. for a morning of yoga with a focus on gratitude and self care.
We will practice gratitude while recognizing how blessed we are in this life.
Extend your deepest gratitude for this moment and for all of the many blessings that bring you joy in your life.
We will come together for a Hatha alignment-based practice as we move mindfully while breathing deeply.
We will explore yoga poses that aid in digestion, detoxing naturally and cleansing.
We will also open our hearts with some supportive Restorative Yoga poses to end our class.
All levels are supported and welcome.
Suggested donation of $5. If you can afford $5, you pay $5. If you can’t, you don’t, which allows yoga to be accessible to all.
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I have many things to show gratitude for. I am grateful and thankful for so many things.
And I am not just thankful today but every day.
I have amazing people in my life, my family, my friends, my husband and my students (cycle and yoga).
I feel very fortunate that a little more than a year ago I was able to quit my corporate job and dedicate myself to teaching. It doesn’t pay well, but the other benefits are so rewarding.
In my short time of teaching I have developed some amazing connections with my students.
I can’t tell you how rewarding it is to have someone confide in you or share something very personal. Or tell you how much better they feel after a yoga practice. Or I that’s exactly what I needed (a practice for the low back, shoulders, digestion, etc.). Or thanks for a fun class after a cycle class. Or how I allowed for them to experience and honor their own body. Or how I allowed them to feel whatever emotions they were feeling. … etc.
This morning I taught a special class at Turtles Yoga & Wellness called Celebrate Being Grateful. I had a … Continue reading