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Be Thankful for Stillness

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Saturday 11/26/2022 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
$45.00 Be Thankful for Stillness

The co-op member fee for this workshop is $40. Not a member? Learn more and join today. 

Yes, Rob will be live in DC for this special event! With the holiday season kicking off, this special workshop will give you a much-needed chance to slow things down and be still. In this two-hour Yin Yoga and meditation workshop, Rob will teach meditative strategies for cultivating stillness both in the body and the mind. The long, slow holds of Yin Yoga provide a wonderful opportunity to release physical tension from the body and to cultivate a deep sense of connection with the present moment. The class will end with a guided meditation, which will help to integrate the work done during the physical portion of the class. No previous experience in Yin Yoga or meditation is needed to join this class.

This workshop will be taught in a hybrid format—students may choose to join in person at the studio or online. Registered students will have access to the workshop recording for 30 days following the live event.

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Rob Phillips

Rob Phillips teaches yoga with an emphasis on simplicity, precision, and attention to the present moment. In his classes, even when you're working really hard, you'll be doing so from a place of calm awareness. His flow classes draw inspiration from classic styles like Ashtanga and Iyengar, but he also specializes in the much slower practice of Yin Yoga, which uses long-held poses to access deeper tissues, and provides an ideal place to learn mindfulness.

Rob’s teaching experience spans over 10 years and thousands of classroom hours. His training includes a 300-hour level certification in Yin Yoga with Josh Summers as well as a 200-hr level with Natasha Rizopoulos through YogaWorks. In addition to his asana practice, Rob has a deep passion for Insight Meditation and a true love for all Buddhist practice and philosophy.