Special Baby + Me Class for International Babywearing Week:

Thursday, 10/5 at 10 AM

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Restorative Yoga Workshop

June 17

3-5 PM

$35 includes tea and treats, plus mats and props

Stressed out? Can’t Sleep?

Join Stacey for an afternoon workshop that can help release chronic tension and ease fatigue. Topics will include:

The role of Restorative yoga in self care and stress management
How to use props in a Restorative practice
Yogic tips and tricks to help you stay calm and centered

Sweet treats and iced herbal tea will be served after practice!

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED! Sign up via Mindbody: https://clients.mindbodyonline.com/classic/ws?studioid=622866&stype=-7&sTG=27&sView=day&sLoc=0&sTrn=5&date=06/17/17 or email yogageneral@gmail.com

About Stacey:
Stacey Beth Shulman has been teaching yoga for more than 8 years. Her mission is to bring gentle movement, attention to breath, and body acceptance to people of all shapes, sizes, genders, and abilities. Find out more at www.CurvyYogini.com.

 

Babywearing yoga ::||:: Saturday, May 27th ::||:: 3-5PM

Join us for Babywearing Yoga! A special event in honor of babywearing week, this class is free for members of Baby Wearing International of ATL, and open to anyone and everyone else at our regular class prices ($12 drop in rate). Led by Jasmine Bradfield, pre/postnatal yoga teacher and Atlanta area doula, you'll move and connect with your body and baby as you're guided through supportive poses. What better way to bond with baby and receive a little self care! Babywearing safety review and light refreshments provided. PLUS chances to win raffle prizes!! Sign up here. 

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Yoga Nidra ::||:: Sunday, May 21th ::||:: 6-8 PM

Receive the gift of deep rest and discover the life-changing benefits of relaxation. This workshop will begin with tea drinking and gentle stretches followed by a guided meditation in a supportive and reclined position. The practice of “Yogic sleep” helps us disengage from the external world so that we can fully replenish our body and mind. Mats, blankets, and props will be provided, but please feel free to bring a journal or any other cushions that will make you comfortable. Sign up here.