Embodied Intention Setting for the New Year
Join Suzy, Sylvia and Jessie for a two and a half hour workshop to help you connect with your body and set a deeply inspired intention for the new year.
Wednesday December 30, 2016
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Sedro Woolley Physical Therapy
$5-$15 sliding scale
100% of proceeds will be donated to Animals As Natural Therapy. ANT offers healing programs based on the knowledge that animals can teach humans important life skills: respect for self and others, trust-building, and clear communication. As a 501(c)3 non-profit, ANT operates out of Windy Acres, a one-hundred-year-old, 5-acre farm in Bellingham. Windy Acres provides a peaceful, secluded spot for animal and human partners to practice their healing work. Over the past decade, ANT has touched the lives of thousands of children and adults. Learn more here!
Take the classical New Years Resolutions deeper inside for an experience that won’t fade as the year progresses. When we connect with our physical bodies, we can open a gateway to a deeper truth. As we listen inward, we can find surprising insights that, if we choose, can guide us through this new year.
This Workshop is open to beginners and all levels. We will begin with a warm up, exploring gentle yoga and graceful ballet movements led by Sylvia, Certified Registered Yoga Instructor. Suzy, Yoga Instructor and Licensed Massage Therapist, will guide us through some Tai Chi, Yoga, and neuro-facilitation movements to really connect with flow. Jessie, Experienced Registered Yoga & Meditation Instructor, will bring us into stillness with a gentle cool down and an Intention-Setting meditation.
Throughout this workshop, we will quiet the mind and connect within to find our highest intention from inside, then set it strongly and affirm it within a supportive community setting, establishing the foundation for a New Year guided by our embodied insights.
No previous yoga experience required. Bring a mat if you have one, don’t worry if you don’t (yoga mats will be provided). Bring your friends! You may RSVP to reserve your spot, or just come join us the day of.
“I have been a seeker and I still am, but I stopped asking the books and the stars. I started listening to the teaching of my Soul.”
All proceeds benefit Cascade Job Corps HEAL program.
Sylvia Trask began practicing yoga at age 10, inspired by the quiet it brought her inside. She studies her yoga bible, Light on Yoga by B.K.S. Iyengar. Sylvia has shared her practice for four decades in many settings: on the trail with fellow backpackers and trail maintenance friends, in the classroom, in ballet and yoga studios, and naturally into whatever setting she finds herself in. Yoga is a central element in Sylvia’s life and flows freely into everything else, including ballet, massage therapy and her gardens. Sylvia currently teaches yoga at the Woolley Market three days per week. Contact Sylvia for more information: 360-707-8321.
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