Immerse yourself in a restorative yoga practice designed to allow time for individual physical adjustments throughout class by a licensed massage therapist. This workshop will be sprinkled with information about reflexology, self massage and yoga technique. You will not only feel relaxed, centered and amazing but you will learn new ways to maximize your yoga experience.
This introductory course targets yoga practitioners and teachers who have already some close relationship with their bodies. The main purpose of the course is to bring forth mindfulness to complement the yogis’ embodied practice and be a support to strengthen the kind awareness quality of being, both on and off their mats. This course intends to help create a mindfulness community among participants as a support for continuation of practice after the course ends.
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Dr. Michael Sowder, Ph.D is a professor of English and an affiliated professor of religious studies at USU. He is known as a poet and essayist and writes about wilderness, fatherhood, yoga, and spirituality. Michael trained as a yoga and meditation teacher in a tantric yoga lineage in the late 1970s, he has been a lifelong student of the world’s meditation traditions. He is the founder of the Amrita Yoga Satsang, a nonprofit organization dedicated to exploring and teaching contemplative practices.