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AcroYoga Thai, Fly, and Dessert

Workshop will teach participants to channel the ancient healing wisdom of "metta" (loving kindness) through Thai yoga massage and partner flying yoga. No partner necessary.

When: Saturday, April 30, 2011, 6 p.m.

Where: Source Yoga Studio, 1911 De la Vina St., #G., Santa Barbara

Cost: $10 - $25

Age limit: 16+

Categories: Lectures

Description:

AcroYoga Therapeutics: Thai & Fly!
Saturday, April 30th, 2011 6-7:30pm
Through Thai Yoga Massage and Partner Flying Yoga we will channel the ancient healing wisdom of Metta – loving kindness. No partner or experience necessary.
PreRegister before 4/8: $15
After 4/18: $20 OR 2 classes from a series

Bodywork & Dessert Saturday, April 30th, 2011
7:30-9:30pm
Bring your favorite dessert to share- fresh fruit, chocolate, whatever you love (potluck style) and a willingness to give and receive Bodywork: Reiki, Thai or intuitive touch. $10 or free with workshop.

AcroYoga is a unique practice that blends the spiritual wisdom of yoga, the loving kindness of Thai massage, and the dynamic power of Acrobatics. The practice cultivates trust, connection and playfulness, transforming our individual hatha practice into a community experience. From a foundation of mutual support, we empower others to fly and learn to fly ourselves.

Bio: Deven is a certified Hatha Vinyasa Yoga, AcroYoga® & CircusYoga™ teacher working towards her Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (ERYT) status. She has trained in Thai Yoga Massage at the New England School for Thai Yoga with Master Teacher Jenn Yarro and has completed additional training through Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen’s Body-Mind Centering program exploring Developmental Movement Patterns. She has trained internationally in yoga and acrobatics in London, Brooklyn and California. Her classes are creative, inspiring and relaxing. www.devensisler.com or findingyoga.blogspot.com for more info.

Phone: 805-569-2505

Event posted April 9, 2011
Last updated April 9, 2011

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