Winter Solstice Restorative Yoga
with Amy Duncan Sunday December 21st, 4 – 6pm
The root of the word solstice comes from a Latin word that means to stand or to stay still. At this time of year, what better than to be reminded to be still, to take time to be quiet. While the days become shorter and darker, and plants and animals hibernate, we extend our work/awake time longer and longer each day. Join us for this Winter Solstice Restorative Yoga class.
Take just two hours to quiet your mind, relax your body and refresh your spirit with a restorative yoga class. While all the poses in yoga are considered restorative, there are a series of poses that require little or no exertion on the student’s part. One is able to be in a pose for a longer period of time and thereby able to go deeper into the pose. These poses will bring a balance to the overworked and stressed systems of the human body.
This class will include poses to lengthen and stretch the body before the longer and quieting poses, as well as breathing and meditation. All levels are welcome. Poses will be adapted as needed.
Amy Duncan is a certified Iyengar Yoga teacher. She began studying Iyengar Yoga in 1993 and teaching in 2002.
How to prepare for the class: Wear comfortable clothing. You may bring socks and a sweater/sweatshirt to wear during the quieter poses. Please come with an empty stomach.