Seeing the Sacred in the Mundane - A Virtual Series - West Asheville Yoga

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Seeing the Sacred in the Mundane – A Virtual Series

West Asheville Yoga / Seeing the Sacred in the Mundane – A Virtual Series
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26 Jan

Seeing the Sacred in the Mundane – A Virtual Series

January 26 from 6:00 pm to February 9 from 8:00 pm
$45 – $60

Home Practice: Seeing the Sacred in the Mundane

Because a yoga practice can influence and enrich our entire being, we can explore how to bring a sense of the sacred to the most mundane aspects of life. Through the cultivation of simple daily practices of mindfulness and compassion, we can find more spaciousness and freedom; even in the midst of carrying out our most challenging responsibilities.

This workshop is ideal for parents, caregivers, or householders who are curious about how to practice yoga and attend to their own self-care, while meeting the needs of others.

Each two-hour session will include a short reading, meditation, asana practice, and group discussion. Beginners welcome! This three-week series will meet via Zoom on Tuesday evenings 6pm-8pm; January 26 – February 9.

About the Instructor

Sarah’s definition and experience of yoga is evolving and changing, as she continues what she hopes will be a lifelong practice. Integrating and harmonizing her personal studies of various forms of yoga, Buddhism, and modern consciousness studies informs her teaching. Ridiculously neurotic, but increasingly self-aware; she enjoys dismantling her own assumptions and limiting thought patterns in favor of being fully present. Her intention in life and in class includes being open-hearted, compassionate, and of service. This generally makes for classes that are dynamic, meditative, and challenging as students are ultimately empowered to get to know themselves and Yoga beyond the conceptualized version of what either should be. She uses skillful verbal cues and hands-on assists to help students recognize the wisdom of their own bodies, and the inherent joy and freedom of embodiment. Often inspired by music, art, and nature; Sarah enjoys creatively weaving these elements into asana classes.

Event Details

Date: January 26 from 6:00 pm to February 9 from 8:00 pm
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm