Candlelight Winter Yoga: Sunday Evenings Until March 24th
We've come into the darkest days of the year. Indulge yourself in a beautiful and gentle yin style candlelight yoga that relaxes the body and nourishes the soul... just in time to create a beautiful light within yourself in the darkness of winter. Nestle into Sunday evening in a loving way. You will feel pampered and replete: Body, Mind, and Spirit.
We'll begin with silent meditation, and move to guided gentle yoga that will incorporate your own pace, at your own level. We'll finish with a final relaxation meditation to relax each and every part of your body, mind, and spirit. This is all about feeling good, letting the stress melt away, and taking time for your Self. The results? You will feel relaxed and serene, and able to move into your week with equanimity and grace.
All bodies welcome, all levels welcome. No experience necessary. Space is limited to eight participants at this time. Reservations required. We have yoga mats, or you can bring your own.
Yoga Sessions With Sally
Sally has been teaching yoga and facilitating other forms of conscious movement along with meditation and visualization for over fifteen years. She came naturally to yoga by way of dance in the 1990s, and has often blended the two together. She creates a welcoming and compassionate yoga experience with a non-judgmental, inclusive, and safe yoga classroom environment that welcomes all sizes, ages, ethnicities, and gender identities. For Sally, movement is about getting in touch with your body and learning to love it unconditionally, and coming into a state of profound gratitude for where we are now. We begin at today, stay in the present moment, and nurture our bodies with breathwork and movement.
Sally's focus at Cascadia House will be various forms of Yoga in a small group setting. Sally has instructed Sivananda Yoga, Gentle Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Seated Silver Yoga, Active Silver Yoga. She has studied Kundalini, Bikram, Iyengar, Vinyasa (Flow), and Power Yoga forms, and each of these styles contribute to her personal approach to teaching.
For Sally, teaching yoga is an honor and it is important to her that students work within their abilities, and that they feel safe, welcomed, and leave feeling great.
- Certified as Yoga Siromani (Teacher of Yoga) through the International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centre
- Certified by the American Council on Exercise as GFI (Group Fitness Instructor); NCCA recognized.