with Judy Orloff
Saturdays, 3:00 – 4:15 pm; January 4, 11,18 and 25, 2020
$80 for the series, $10 discount when you purchase by 12/28
Living in the modern world with its multitude of stresses is taking a toll on many of us. If we want to survive, thrive, and be of service, we need to commit to our own self-care.
Ayurveda’s daily rituals and routines gives us the tools we need to live with more ease, vitality and joy. Imagine sleeping better, eating better, focusing better and having more energy to do what is important to you. These simple, time-tested practices have produced powerful results for Judy and could do the same for you. Try them out, learn how to most easily bring them into your life, and let them do their magic.
Each week you’ll receive a presentation on a different theme, along with an experience of yoga, breath-work, and/or guided meditation.
Week 1: Morning Practices to set you up for an energized, inspired day
Week 2: Eating to optimize your digestion and decrease your cravings
Week 3: Evening rituals to replenish you and set the stage for deep, restful sleep
Week 4: Putting it all together, tying up loose ends and finding further resources
Simple practices can bring profound results!
Instructor — Judy Orloff
Judy Orloff is a seasoned Yoga teacher with a particular penchant for working with those who, like herself, are eager to thrive regardless of their age or condition. Since becoming 60 she has been dealing with rare tumors, broken bones and osteoporosis, meeting each challenge with a fierce determination and consistency that she hopes will ignite others to champion their own health. Judy welcomes you where you are without judgment or expectation. In her classes and workshops she strives to create an atmosphere that is respectful, accepting, and inclusive, inviting her students to cultivate a similar atmosphere for themselves. Judy has been teaching Yoga in the Bay Area since 2006, making it accessible to many who might otherwise be unable to enjoy its rewards. She is registered by Yoga Alliance at the 500 hour level and is a certified Yoga for Osteoporosis teacher as well as a certified Yoga for Healthy Aging teacher. One of Judy’s greatest joys is sharing what she’s learned in ways that empower others to connect to their own embodied wisdom, inspiration and infinite possibilities.