a quiet revolution-
gathering to rest and breathe
small classes in a warm space
Feb. 12th & 26th
All workshops take place in the Library, on the first floor at Union Arts Center
Restorative yoga is the practice of deep physical and mental relaxation while resting in gentle yoga postures.
Blankets and bolsters support the release of tension and stress in the body, while guided breath-work helps loosen what is held and draws our awareness inward. Conscious relaxation supports our nervous system by turning on our natural capacities to restore, recover, and repair our whole self. Classes also include slow movement explorations to warm up the body and transition between postures.
This is an inclusive and healing yoga practice, for all ages and abilities, and can be adapted to most needs. No prior experience, mat, or special clothing is required. All are welcome.
Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org / Reserve – HERE
Gin MacCallum M.A. DMT, RYT-200 specializes in restorative and trauma informed yoga. Trained as a movement therapist, she recently completed post graduate studies in traumatic stress. She leads narrative workshops, writing groups, and continues to study and practice yoga.
For over 20 years, she lived and worked as a performing artist. She still approaches every direction of her work as a creative space. More about Gin and class offerings at magdalen.studio.