Relax & Release: Mellow Yoga, Meditation & Tapping
Nov 27 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm PST
An event every week that begins at 7:30pm on Wednesday, repeating until Dec 26, 2019
Join Priya for a mellow yoga class with music and a fun beat to help us release trapped stress, emotions, and anxiety in both the body and the mind. Incorporating use of breathwork, emotional freedom techniques (tapping), and meditation, we will clear pathways and patterns to invite new ways of thinking, being, and living. Welcome to all levels and those who wish to relax, de-stress, and create more freedom in the body and brain.
SUGGESTED DONATION: $15
The Renown Spiritual Center is partnering with Good Elephant to bring yoga, meditation, and other mindful movements to you to! The goal is to make these offering available and affordable for everyone: patients, loved ones, employees, and the community. If you can meet the suggested donation, wonderful! The instructors are compensated by your generosity, and a portion of your donation is given directly back to the Spiritual Center. If you can’t, you won’t be turned away. You’re welcome to participate!
SIGN UP LINK:
Students can always drop into any Good Elephant community classes and do not need to sign up in advance. If they’d like to sign up in advance, they can sign up, pay for, and check into all Good Elephant classes through the Good Elephant app: goodelephant.co/app-download, or just go to the Good Elephant website calendar at goodelephant.co/reno and find the class you are planning to attend.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Priya has been teaching and practicing devotional and Kundalini yoga for over 14 years. She earned her first Bhakti based 200 Hour RYT from Wild Lotus Yoga in New Orleans, then earned a second 200 HR RYT in Kundalini from Yoga, Yoga in Austin, Texas. Her teaching and coaching style is to blend a music filled hatha based vinyasa practice with breath work, emotional release techniques, heart-opening work, mantra, and deep intention for a fully integrated and transformational practice. Priya also incorporates the vedic sciences into her teachings, including Ayurveda and Jyotish, which work together with catalyzing the wellspring organ of all self-healing–the heart. She focuses on creating practices that suit individual students’ needs while creating safe space for collective group healing. When not practicing the eastern healing arts, she works as an energy engineer and loves to spend time in nature with her 3 sweet puppies. She honors her teachers and lineages, Sean Johnson, Mitchel Bleier, Mehtab Benton, Siri Bahadur Khalsa, Neem Karoli Baba, and Yogi Bhajan.