In this free workshop, we will explore how our yoga community and asana practice can serve our emotional well-being during this extended pandemic experience.
We will begin with a brief check in, reflect on any struggle you may have in accessing yoga and discuss how yoga and this community can support you more so. The asana practice will bring specific attention to our felt experience in the poses and throughout the sequence. We will observe the effects of the different poses, how they energize, ground & stabilize, uplift, inspire confidence or create calm. And we’ll notice how the sequence overall shifts our presence from when we first started.
This workshop will give you an opportunity to reflect on your relationship with the practice in a safe and welcoming space, strengthen your ability to tap into the yoga resources you already have at your fingertips and move with greater equanimity through this pandemic together. This is an All Levels class geared for any student of yoga at Level 1 or above.
An hour prior to class you will receive a unique zoom log-in and specific instructions to login to your class.
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Rebecca Haralabatos is a Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher and Certified Yoga Therapist with the International Association of Yoga Therapists. She has honed her skills leading beginner, mixed level and gentle yoga classes for the past 5 years and enjoys helping students in classes or one-on-one in privates with low back, knee, neck and shoulder pain and other common conditions. With her background as an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, Rebecca helps students learn how to slow reactivity and become more present in their lives to gradually transform addictions, depression and challenging inter and intra-relational dynamics. Rebecca’s journey both personally and professionally is to support herself and others in attuning to intuition and finding alignment for true, vibrant self-expression.