Restorative Yoga

Restorative Yoga

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Date: Sunday 14th September 2014
Time: 12:30 - 14:30
Cost: €20

Restore, Relax, Rejuvenate with Sophia Pallaro

Cultivate deep relaxation with reclined breath awareness and meditation to begin the practice. We will then work with a combination of props and some very restful poses to soothe the nervous system and rejuvenate both mind and body.

This slow mindful vinyasa flow will help to support you during times of stress, fatigue or just plain over-worked! Working with supported and quieting forward bends and gentle twists, this is the perfect antidote to a busy, stressful lifestyle. You will experience a deeply relaxing, meditative practice and leave with some easy tips to relax and unwind at home. The workshop will finish with a 15 minute mindful meditation.

Future Dates: 5th + 15th October

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About the author: Sophia Pallaro

Sophia Pallaro

Sophia is a qualified Yoga Teacher. She has been practicing Yoga since 2006 and has been involved with meditation for the last 10 years. While practicing various forms of meditation, she discovered the benefits of Mindfulness Meditation and its direct connection to the body. Yoga, and its endless benefits, was the next step on her path. Sophia completed her Yoga Teacher Training at the Elbowroom under the guide of Lisa Wilkinson, Tanya Fitzpatrick and Marianne Jacuzzi. In her yoga practice Sophia likes to explore a variety of styles from gentle to more vigorous, including Hatha, Vinyasa and Restorative. She has a particular interest in anatomy and its relationship with the mind, and sees Yoga as a wonderful transformational process both on and off the mat. Her teaching style is open and friendly. She values guiding her students into the discovery of body and mind self-awareness in a down to earth manner, making Yoga accessible to everyone. Sophia’s teaching places emphases on a deep connection with the breath, stillness and clarity of the mind, strength, balance and a mindful flow of movement. Her classes include asanas (practice of postures), pranayama (breathing techniques) and dhyana (meditation).

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