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Pop Up Restorative Practice
August 20 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm CDT
This Restorative practice will incorporate meditation, breathwork (pranayama), and physical postures (asana). Postures will primarily be practiced while seated or laying down. During this class, you may be asked to get up and down from the floor. Restorative yoga focuses on rest and relaxation.
You will receive an e-mail with Zoom information after your order is processed. Additionally, the Zoom link will be available on this page 15 minutes before the start of class. To access the link on this page, you will need to log in to your account.
All sales are final. Passes may be rolled over to another class session if you are unable to participate. All passes must be used within the month of purchase.
To eliminate financial barriers to community participation in yoga, equity pricing models ask those who can afford to pay more to offset costs for those experiencing economic hardship.
Frequently Asked Questions
What do I need for the practice? Each practice will vary, but I recommend that you dress in comfortable clothes and have some water and maybe a hand towel available. Yoga mats are optional and will depend on the type of floor you’re practicing among other factors. I recommend starting with a mat and if it’s not working, you don’t have to use it. In terms of props, for restorative practice, it may be helpful to have two blocks, a blanket or large towel, a bolster or large pillows, and maybe a strap. You can read more about props here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/what-yoga-props-34913588
What should I wear? Please wear comfortable clothes that allow you to move freely.
What if I can’t make it to the class I signed up for? (Sh)It happens, especially during these strange COVID-19 times. If you can’t make it to class, no worries! Your pass is good until the end of the month. Just use the link provided and you can access any practice during the month.
What if I’m running late? If you’re a few minutes late, that’s okay! Feel free to join us. However, if it’s more than 15 minutes after the start of class, it’s probably best to sit this one out.
Is practicing yoga safe? Like any physical activity, yoga presents the risk of injury. Since you’re practicing at home, I recommend that you find a space that is clear of clutter and allows you to move easily without risk of tripping or falling on something that may injure you. Additionally, I recommend keeping pets, small children, and other beings that may interrupt your practice our of the room (if possible). Additionally, if you’re returning to physical activity after a prolonged “break” please check with your health care provider to make sure that it is safe for you to practice yoga. If you are currently injured, I ask that you refrain from practicing so that you do not aggravate the existing injury. Lastly, it’s extremely important that you listen to your body and treat it kindly during yoga practices. If it feels like you’re doing too much – rest or come out of the pose. Yoga is a practice, not a performance, and no one will judge you for practicing the appropriate self-care!
Please don’t let finances prevent you from practicing with me. You can use the code IAMWELCOME to practice with me for free, no questions asked.