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Event:** VIRTUAL** Guided Relaxation
Date:October 10th-31st, 2021.

 

Guided Relaxation

Via Zoom, Sundays 3:00–3:45 p.m.

Classes begin October 10th  

Nourish yourself deeply with this full mind and body relaxation session.  Practice this in the comfort of your chair or lying down. Close your eyes and be guided into a deep relaxation.  Eye pillow, blanket and quiet space will deepen your experience.   

 

Cost:  Pay as you go, $12 per class.  4 class package $40,  5 class package $50 & 9 class package $80.   

Click Here to pay for your pay as you go classes any time, or to pay for your class package by October 1, 2021.  Registration for October packages ends October 1.  All class packages are limited to the month in which they are purchased.  Important: Please pay as business and services and note in PayPal which classes you are paying for.  Note your preferred email as needed. 

If you do not have a PayPal account, no problem…contact Megan and she will email you a payment request.  

  

Please note: Before starting any exercise program, please consult your physician or health care provider, especially if you have any pre-existing injuries or physical conditions. In participating in these live and recorded video yoga practices, you assume all risk of injury involved.

 

Facilitated by Megan Elliott

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Meet Megan Elliott, Genesis’ in-house Certified Integrative Yoga Therapist.  Megan also carries certifications in complimentary healing modalities such as Thai Yoga Massage, Energy Work and Positional Therapy.  Megan’s work here at Genesis enriches our foundation of honoring personal growth, healing and deepening relationship with spirit.

Megan Elliott E-RYT, C-IAYT, is a compassionate educator and dedicated guide who skillfully supports her students and clients on their courageous journey toward healing and growth. A gifted yoga therapist, yoga teacher, and program presenter, Megan’s work supports diverse populations.  


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