Dates 3/7/2021 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
$30.00 Yoga For a Good Night's Sleep
In this workshop we will learn about practices that can promote a good night’s sleep. We will begin with a short discussion about simple steps you can take to help your body and mind wind down and prepare to rest. We will then engage in some of those practices, doing gentle yoga movements, calming breathing techniques, and a guided relaxation. We will end with a foot massage. (Optional: have a good quality massage oil and a pair of old socks handy for the massage).
This workshop will be offered live on Zoom, and it will be recorded. All registrants will receive a link to the recording within 24 hours after the live session, and the recording will be available for 7 days.
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Debbie began practicing yoga in 1997 to help her body feel stronger and more flexible, and to learn to calm her mind. As yoga became a more integral part of her life, she wanted to share its benefits with others. She completed her 200-hour teacher training through Willow Street Yoga in 2005 and the Budding Yogis Certification program at Circle Yoga the following year. Since 2006, Debbie has been studying ParaYoga with Rod Stryker and draws inspiration from him, Marion Griffin, and yoga teachers at the Himalayan Institute. Debbie holds her RYT-500 through ParaYoga, and she is certified by the National Ayurveda Medical Association (NAMA) as an Ayurvedic Health Counselor. She is also certified to teach Dr. Loren Fishman's Method of Yoga for Osteoporosis.
In addition to teaching group classes, Debbie offers private consultations in both yoga and Ayurveda. She provides her private clients with recommendations regarding diet and lifestyle, as well as asanas, breathing, and meditation practices. One of her specialties is leading seasonal Ayurvedic cooking workshops.
What to expect in class
Debbie's classes have a friendly, comfortable, and light-hearted feel. She focuses on helping students build core stability and strength, improve balance, and find more ease in their bodies. Debbie is particularly skilled in working with students who have limitations, conditions, or just creaky bodies that require a little extra attention. She offers props and modifications to ensure that each student can maintain stability, good alignment, and safety. Debbie also emphasizes the importance of breath awareness and breathing practices (pranayama) that guide students to a state of inner calm and mindfulness.