The Art of Breathing - Restorative Yoga Weekend


This class is taught by:

Mary Glackmeyer

Mary is a 300-hour certified Jivamukti Yoga Instructor and a 350-hour Swan River Yoga instructor. Mary's teaching is dynamic and transformative. Her education in anatomy, kinesiology, and yoga therapy combined with her “natural ability to capture your attention,” creates a unique setting for one to discover their highest potential. She co-created Longwave Yoga’s 300-hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training and co-facilitates both the 200-hour and 300-hour programs. She also serves as Longwave Yoga’s Programs Director. Her classes are sequenced to spark our vital fire through yogic techniques like pranayama, asana, meditation, and chanting, building a steady and joyful foundation from which we can develop the strength, endurance and serenity that we need to walk courageously towards our Truth in life while enjoying every step of the journey!
 
The Art of Restorative Yoga
w/ Mary Glackmeyer
 

The Art of Restorative Yoga is a weekend exploration of practices designed to manage and balance physical and emotional well-being. This weekend will examine how the nervous system and subtle anatomy relate to overall health. Learn how supported postures, pranayama, and mindfulness lead to stress reduction and serve as an integrative approach to enhancing general health and recovering from illness and injury.

 

Yoga Teachers will also gain insight into refined use of voice, verbal cues, props, and adjustments when teaching restorative yoga.

 

Allow the Art of Restorative Yoga to reveal its transformative results to you through a weekend immersion into these gentle and quiet practices. Upon completion of the weekend, you will be able to guide yourself or others through restorative practices.

 

Saturday

11:00am – 1:30am

 

The Art of Breathing

 

Breathing practices, known as pranayama, can be utilized any place and any time for restoring balance and a sense of wellness. Learn how to use breathing exercises and breath-focused meditations within a restorative practice to enhance the transformative effects of the supported postures.

 

Cost: 


$65