With Carolyn Bagdoyan
Fee: $20 preregistered by Saturday, January 12; $25 drop-in
Yoga Nidra is an ancient practice that takes people into a state of deep relaxation through a guided meditative process and conscious visualization. Also known as yogic sleep, the practice gives rest to the mind, body and senses by drawing the practitioner into a state of conscious awareness - a brain state between full wakefulness and full sleep. This practice has been linked with reducing stress, tension and pain; improving circulation and immune functioning; lowering blood pressure and inflammation; and stabilizing mood.
Carolyn Bagdoyan is certified in Dr. Marc Halpern’s Yoga Nidra and Self-Healing. Yoga Nidra is generally practiced lying down or in a seated position. For your comfort, please bring a pillow and wear comfortable clothing, and arrive 15 minutes before class start. Mats and blankets are available at the studio or feel free to bring your own.
Please RSVP to reserve a spot with Jan at firstname.lastname@example.org by Saturday, January 12 to receive the preregistered price.
With Carolyn Bagdoyan
Family Yoga with Shannon Agniel
Ages 9-14 with parent
$25 per family
Please order “Start Where You Are: A Journal for Self-Exploration” for the class, as this book will be used during the workshop.
We’ll focus on mindfulness through the use of a guided journal, and - of course - we’ll practice plenty of yoga and meditation techniques that will center our bodies, minds, and spirits. We’ll decided on some ways to serve our community - both far and near - over the months as well. So let’s start where you are, and move forward. Let’s change the world!
RSVP to Jan @ email@example.com
Shannon is a mom of three, and a life-long teacher and student; she has a B.A. in English from Baylor, and a M.A. in Education and English from William and Mary. She taught literature and writing to high schoolers, as well as ABCs to preschoolers, and currently tutors all ages in between. She fell in love with yoga later in life, and can’t get enough. Shannon’s passion is empowering children and teens with yoga, mindfulness and meditation so they can use these gifts throughout their life. Shannon is certified for children’s yoga instruction through “Kidding Around Yoga”, and is currently working on her 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher certification.