Are you feeling stressed, anxious, exhausted or in need of self-care? Then this workshop is for you.
Join Tara for Restorative Yoga and a guided meditation of the body scan for ultimate relaxation.
This self-care workshop will help you de-stress and cultivate calm.
The practice of deep rest will rejuvenate your body, mind and heart.
Restorative Yoga helps to cultivate calm without effort. It is defined as the use of props to create positions of ease and comfort that facilitate relaxation and health. The body is nurtured with long holds supported by blankets, bolsters, cushions and blocks.
The practice is about opening, not stretching. It is adaptive to meet bodies where they are at regardless of age, injury or state of health. The nervous system is soothed as we shift from doing to being. There is nothing to do in the poses, it is a practice of being with what is arising, opening to sensations, emotions and thoughts. The only thing to achieve is optimal comfort as you practice doing nothing.
The poses initiate peace, leaving you feeling nourished in body, mind and heart.
When: Friday, November 15th
Time: 7.00 – 9pm
Investment: $50 | Members $45
Places limited. Bookings essential.
Presenter: Tara Bahagiar has been a student and teacher of yoga for nearly twenty years. In 2008 she expanded into meditation. She practiced various traditions until finding her love for mindfulness meditation . Tara’s classes explore how mindful movement, stillness, pranayama and meditation can cultivate healing and transformation. She enjoys holding space for students to dive deeply into their own practice and is grateful to guide students on their yoga journey. She is a certified Mindfulness Meditation Teacher and certified in Hatha, Yin and Restorative Yoga. Tara is passionate about teaching mindfulness workshops and courses and feels privileged to also be a Yoga Teacher Training Facilitator. She has a BA in Communications, is certified by The Society for Holistic Therapists and Yoga Alliance.