Thursday, October 29, 2020 – 6:00 – 7:30PM
Skill in Action: Exploring Social Justice & Yoga
Led by Michelle Johnson | Hosted by Love Yoga Festival
Join host Annika Iliadis of Love Yoga Fest on October 29th at 6pm, for this amazing virtual workshop facilitated by the master herself, Michelle Johnson, social justice activist, anti-racism trainer, author and yoga teacher! Social justice and creating change is at the heart of the practice of yoga. Through the practice of yoga we are invited to experience personal transformation that as best will allow us to be more effective in creating change in the world for the greater good. We are in a time in a world where we need to turn towards one another to create collective change. In this session…
Slow As Soulful
Led by Jenny Lane | Hosted by Love Yoga Festival
Known for her funky flows and loud music (and voice); Jenny found herself in the season of COVID really slowing down and finding intentional movement from the heart. She is beyond blessed to bring this heartFUL movement to you! Join Jenny for her virtual workshop of slowing down, letting go and breathing into the new. We will begin with a slow flow (not restorative, simply mindful). As we shift, bring your pen and paper! The new moon will arrive on August 18th and Jenny will be leading you through a ritual in order to manifest what you deeply desire. When we move slowly, we appreciate deeply.
Rest During Unrest
Led by Robin Ivy Payton | Hosted by Love Yoga Festival
How often do you wake up feeling less than rested? When you have time or permission to rest or nap, does your mind continue to race or do emotions like guilt prevent you from taking the time? Rest and sleep are radical acts in a culture that emphasizes how much you get done in a day or a work week. And the human conditions necessary for rest and sleep are not equal and present for everyone. Yet, without quality and quantity rest and sleep, physical and mental health suffer. Robin presents science that supports sleep and rest, explores rest from a yogic perspective, and offers ideas and practices for reclaiming our right to rest. Bring pillows, blankets and bolsters or whatever helps you feel comfortable in rest.