with Gail Gurewitz
Sunday, April 7, 1:30-3:30pm
$40 (sign up 10 days in advance and save $10!)

Upcoming dates:
May 17th

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In this workshop you will experience:

  • Gentle Hatha yoga, dance and movement
  • Guided meditation
  • Restorative yoga

Using your body as the guide, you will explore gentle yoga, dance, and movement to enter into calmness and meditation. Gail will talk you through a body and mind experience where you can safely explore stifled emotions and energy that is ready to be released. You will move your body to help feel, sense and and go deep within to a place of profound connection with your current desires and needs. Find the clarity that is in you and the longing in your heart. This workshop will leave you feeling mentally and physically refreshed, open hearted, calm, and connected. All levels welcome.

Instructor — Gail Gurewitz

Gail Rosenheim Gurewitz fell in love with movement and ballet as a young child. From the age of 15, she performed internationally as a soloist with world-renowned ballet companies, including San Francisco Ballet. While recovering from career-ending injuries, she began to experience many benefits from her yoga practice, which she has cultivated for nearly 25 years. In 2008, after a lifetime of movement frequently accompanied by physical pain, Gail began training with Sianna Sherman and realized that she had finally found a healthy, pain-free way to move deeply on physical and subtle levels, through specific fundamental principles of Hatha Yoga, which quickly became her path of devoted study, practice, and teaching. Gail is passionately dedicated to helping others experience healing, freedom, and joy through movement. She views each pose as an opportunity to learn from and transcend limitations, to experience and offer our innate radiance through physical expression and throughout life.

To learn more about Gail and her practice please visit www.gailgurewitzyoga.com.

 

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