Autumn Vinyasa Flow & Social Hour: Cultivating Your Garden
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Join us for a vinyasa flow class in the Garden, complemented with a sound healing experience with a Certified Sound Healing Practitioner. This experience will be followed by a social hour with classmates. This yoga flow is an all-levels class that links breath to movement. We will move at a steady pace that gets you out of your head and into your body. The theme of this session is CULTIVATING YOUR GARDEN exploring how to take this practice into your life through self-care and mindfulness. After class you will have the opportunity to practice this theme off the mat with a social hour. Connect with others in your community while enjoying a fresh bento box and a health-conscious, cold Athletic Brewing non-alcoholic craft beer.
Instructors: Sonalie Barr is a fiery, yet lighthearted, teacher and student of yoga. Her focus is on the Vinyasa style, with contemplative themes woven throughout to guide students on a journey inward. Sonalie owns Bee9 Living with her husband in Fort Worth. Bee9 is a holistic wellness practice that offers private, group, and physical therapy-informed yoga. Sonalie is currently pursuing a masters in Lifestyle Medicine at UNTHSC. She intends to incorporate the knowledge and tools she gains from her studies into her teaching and business.
Sara Southerland is a Holistic Coach & Intuitive Sound Healer that supports heart-centered women, empaths & creatives in finding more ease and energy in their health and freedom in their lives, by tuning into their intuition and creating habits that feel sacred. As a Certified Sound Healing Practitioner, Sara uses a mix of her voice, crystal singing bowls, and bells to share this beautiful modality that is both relaxing and powerful in shifting our state of being.
Registration Deadline: September 24
Location: Fuller Garden – in case of rain, this class will take place indoors. This class will maintain 6′ distance between participants.
Materials: A yoga mat and any props you wish to use.