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Saturday, May 27 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Love & Gratitude
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Limited Capacity seats available

This workshop is built around heart-opening postures that lead us towards joy, confidence, self-love, gratefulness and respect of all life. Tap into the limbs of yoga to drop deep into the swirling green energy of the Anahata chakra. With music, japa/mantra, mudra, pranayama, asana and dhyana, we explore yogic techniques that encourage us to be led by our intuitive nature, rather than our analytical, logical nature. Challenge yourself to push through your physical and mental limitations as you get our of your head and into your heart. 

Students should bring/wear: Comfortable clothes, Yoga Mat, Support Props if they have them (blocks / straps)

Students should expect: asana, mudra, pranayama, meditation. This workshop is built around heart-opening postures that lead us towards joy, confidence, self-love, gratefulness and respect of all life. We will explore yogic techniques that encourage us to be led by our intuitive nature, rather than our analytical, logical nature. Challenge yourself to push through your physical and mental limitations as you get our of your head and into your heart

Just above Beginner Level
But all Levels Welcome

Exhibitors
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Bibi McGill

Bibi McGill defies the mold. The Portland, OR based musical director of Suga Mama (Beyoncé’s ten-piece, all-female band) is not your typical rock star guitarist—she’s also an internationally acclaimed yoga teacher. | | Raised in Denver, CO, Bibi McGill discovered yoga in 1996 and has since traveled the world studying classical eight-limbed yoga systems. As she advocates making yoga available to everyone, her down-to-earth, authentic nature inspires individuals to realize potential for embracing their true selves. Bibi leads classes and workshops at studios and festivals around the globe and in her Portland, OR hometown. Through her involvement with the non-profit organization Street Yoga, Bibi also spreads the message of healing and wellness to youth, drawing on her own experience finding courage through yoga, and employing adept sensitivity to support populations who have undergone trauma. | | Expect to start seeing a lot more of Bibi McGill; the rocker on a mission to share self-care has already graced the covers of Yoga Journal, About Face, Edge Magazine and Om Times. When... Read More →


Saturday May 27, 2017 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Gymnasium