TimeSun, October 08, 2023 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
If you would like to experience a peaceful practice and healing escape, or if you are curious about how to take better care of yourself, and make self-care a reality in your life, you will make this class a monthly priority. The combination of restorative yoga along with a live sound bath requires no experience accept tuning into your senses.
Join us for an incredible 90 minute restorative yoga practice and healing sound bath to Himalayan crystal and Tibetan bowls, chimes, Indian flute, and more. You will be guided through yogic practices that will nourish your mind, body and spirit as you move into restorative yoga poses, experience various forms of meditation and breathwork, all while tuning into a sound healing experience.
This practice will help reduce stress and allow the nervous system to reset. You will leave feeling rejuvenated and relaxed in addition to learning some practical tools on how to bring deep healing into your daily life.
Wear comfortable clothing. Bring a mat and a water bottle. All other props will be provided.
This session runs on Sunday, October 8, 11:00am – 12:30pm
About the Yoga instructor Areta Verschoor:
Areta has been teaching yoga in Lake Forest and in yoga studios along the North Shore for 12 years and is E-RYT 500 Certified. Areta’s passion is bringing yoga to Every BODY and has additional certifications in Meditation, Adaptive Yoga for Disabilities, Senior Yoga, Love Your Brain for traumatic brain injury, Yoga for Eating Disorder Recovery, Yin Yoga, and Yoga for 12 Step Recovery. Areta teaches yoga to inspire and empower physical well-being, spiritual balance, and awakening for everyday life. She is a long-time resident of Lake Forest and a disability advocate and volunteer yoga coach for the Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association (GLASA).
About the Sound Bath Practitioner Joi Hunt: Joi Hunt is a Lake Forest resident, a professional calligrapher, and a Certified Sound Wellness Practitioner. Joi plays quartz crystal singing bowls and Himalayan bowls, Indian flute, and chimes in her melodic sound baths. Joi has been sharing her sound bath meditation practice at the Gorton Center and various venues for several years. She is a trained and certified sound healing practitioner.
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