Each Thursday we will explore embodiment and mindfulness through movement, meditations, deeper learning and education.
Move mindfully through your joints with gentle motions to free and release tension, inflammation and help increase body awareness and range of motion. Join Megan as she leads the class through a series of joint releasing motions, moving through different joints in the body. The series will complete with a guided relaxation. This practice will be on the floor but can be modified for the chair or bed. A quiet space in your home to practice is recommended.
Pay as you go $10, or 5-Class Package $45
To Register and Pay: For any class or package, please pay Megan Elliott through PayPal. Upon payment please make a note of the class or classes you are purchasing along with your preferred email. If you do not have a PayPal account, please contact Megan at email@example.com and she will send you a payment request or option to pay with your Venmo account.
All classes are virtual, you will receive a zoom link once you have made your payment. Registration for package purchases opens Friday, June 19 and closes Sunday, June 28. Classes are only transferable within the month of purchase. No one will be turned away for lack of funds, please contact Megan Elliott for further details.
Leader: Megan Elliott, E-RYT, C-IAYT
Megan 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, Trauma Sensitive Yoga trained yoga teacher, and teacher trainer, Megan works with diverse populations. Her offerings range from yoga classes to Thai yoga massage sessions, Reiki to yoga therapy. Megan views yoga as a lifestyle, a living practice that unfolds as we unfold, and that its teachings are a vehicle that can guide us closer to the fullest expression of ourselves.
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