Restorative yoga is an all level gentle practice comprised of long-held supported poses and calming breath work. This experience is designed to activate the body’s innate relaxation response which invites healing and restores balance. Most postures are done on the ground with multiple props so that the body is completely supported at all times. This supportive practice allows the nervous system to calm, and the mind to rest. The calming characteristics of restorative yoga soothes the mind-body, while allowing room for breath and deep relaxation. As an added layer of relaxation, there will be hot stones and essential oils for balance and aromatherapy.
About our Teacher:
Jennie discovered how much of a positive impact her yoga practice had on life, both mentally and physically. She realized she wanted to share her passion and practice with others and she continued her journey by completing 200-hour Yoga Alliance teaching certification through yoga tree. She seeks to pass on her compassion, knowledge, and practice with her students through her teaching focused on combining breath and movement. She hopes to provide students with a space of comfort and a class that leaves them feeling well-rounded and at ease in mind and body. Jennie is a resident yoga teacher at Envelop.
Through her career, Jennie served as an early childhood special educator more than 10 years. she is now the Director of Inclusive Early Childhood Education for two large preschool programs for children with and without special needs. Besides teaching yoga with adults, Jennie also provides intentional opportunities for children to actively learn by experiencing sense through relationship-based kids yoga therapy. Her goal is to help children reach their optimal developmental milestones.
Space is limited.
Tickets: $30 presale $40 doors