Saturday, January 12, 2-4 pm

True yoking and balance in the yoga practice is achieved when we honor and adapt our practice to meet the natural rhythms and changes of our bodies over time. As women, our bodies have a natural rhythm that ebbs and flows like the tides. This workshop is designed to serve as an introduction to the art of self practice and to teach and inspire students to adapt and modify a yoga practice to support all the phases of a woman’s life. We will practice a sequence that encompasses both dynamic and restorative yoga asanas and designed to both open and strengthen the hips and pelvis while inviting deeper understanding of normal hormonal fluctuations. Learn the basics of how to approach your practice during different cycles and phases of your life and basic posture adaptations and contraindications that are beneficial to use during menstruation, pregnancy, peri-menopause.

Led by Brockell Briddle, RYT 500

Brockell is a passionate yoga teacher and bodyworker. She brings over a decade of study and practice to her students in both group and private settings. She is passionate about the practice of yoga as a tool for healing both physically and emotionally, and offers classes which address healing within the gross and subtle bodies. Brockell teaches through the lens of contemplation and seeks to bring awareness to internally held somatic patterns. As a dedicated student of Tias Little, her teaching style draws influence from her studies in the Iyengar Yoga method, Somatic Experiencing practices, Structural Integration, and anatomy.

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