Right now is a great time to boost our immune systems and my Love your Lymph course will provide excellent practices, tools, and guidance in how you can actively support your immune system. I am really excited that my area of curiosity, interest, and expertise is so relevant for the times we are in.
The lymphatic system is essentially our immune system; a stream that flows when we move or receive touch and brings our own healing powers to the places where we need it. In Sanskrit and Ayurveda, it is called Rasa meaning the river of life. Cultivating awareness and conscious relationship to the Lymphatic system is an excellent path towards improving or maintaining our health.
In this workshop, we will combine guided meditation, breathwork, postures, plant allies and utilize a Japanese tool called a Gua-Sha to create an experience where we can deeply connect with our river of life and begin to expand our self-care tool kit. I am adding in a nutrition and hydration component for the online version to further support our immune systems during this pandemic.
The workshop is offered on Saturday, May 2nd at 10 am PST at your home via Zoom.
Early Bird $65
(until April 22)
Registration will close on April 27th at 5 pm.
Limited spaces are available.
This workshop includes teas, wooden gua sha, and salve. Workshop supplies can be mailed directly to you or picked up at the Herb Shop in Grants Pass.
To register send your full payment to Clair by Paypal or venmo @Clairityoga.
I will email you the registration link upon receiving payment.
Water Bodies with Suniti
We come from water and we live in a fluid body. In this weekend workshop, we practice asana, somatic meditation, and guided improvisation as a way to wake up our connection to a fluid body. We may think of asana and our life in general as being solid and fixed but we are a fluid body and like water, we are receptive and adaptable. How can our asana practice be less of an expression of static positions and more of a movement through space? We will spend time walking in nature, taking in the spring landscape and being near the creek to feel ourselves as a connected body of elements.
Suniti Dernovsek’s interest as a movement guide is to offer an embodied experience that respects each individual’s process. Through years of practice, she is skilled at seeing bodies and directing attention to what is quiet or unanimated. She has have been a student of dance, yoga, and Buddhism for 20 years and has been teaching since 2004. She teaches a warm and generous style of movement that is influenced by her interest in contemporary and classical dance forms, Iyengar and Vinyasa yoga and mindfulness. She brings her love of movement, fondness of detail and her own understanding of practice into her teaching.
For registration or more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are hoping that by late May it will be safe to host a gathering of 10 people.