Gentle Yoga, Candlelight & Live Music

EXPERIENCE RELAXATION FOR MIND AND BODY AS YOU PRACTICE GENTLE YOGA SURROUNDED BY CANDLELIGHT AND LIVE MUSIC!

Slow down and reap the rewards of a gentle approach to yoga with a unique experience on your mat. This 90-minute yoga workshop is a great way to wind down after the week and can be a perfect start (or end!) to your Friday night out. Practiced primarily in seated, reclining, and supine positions, gentle yoga is appropriate for students of all levels, including those who are brand new to yoga, students who are recovering from injuries, as well as continuing yoga students seeking a more introspective practice.

Join instructor Tami Robinson for a slower paced class, which allows for increased emphasis on breathing and quieting of body and mind. You'll practice in a room filled with candles, while listening to the sounds of live, improvisation music by the fabulous Tim Porcelli.
 
No previous yoga experience necessary. Pre-registration is recommended and space is limited. To register visit bloomyogastudio.com/workshops or call our front desk at 773-463-YOGA(9642)

Workshop cost: $25
WHEN
July 15, 2016 at 8pm - 9:30pm
WHERE
Bloom Yoga Studio
4663 N Rockwell
Chicago, IL 60625
United States
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CONTACT
Bloom Yoga Studio · · 773-463-9642
TICKETS
$25.00 USD · Purchase tickets

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