Good Vibration Fridays: Restorative Yoga
Join sound healer Liz Durkin OTR/L and harper Andrew Anderson for our summer Restorative Yoga Series. Restorative Yoga is a gentle practice requiring only the ability to lay comfortably on the floor. The healing frequencies of harp and singing bowls are in tune with natural vibrations and can bring our brainwaves to a calm state normally achieved in deep meditation or sleep. Liz's classes focus on calming meditative practices incorporating gentle restorative poses, pranayama, vibrational sound, mudras and mantras to restore the parasympathetic nervous system and bring deep healing.
• Enhance flexibility.
• Deep relaxation, improved sleep.
• Activates parasympathetic nervous system.
• Ease anxiety and reduce stress.
• Balance chakras and endocrine system.
Please join Liz and Andrew for a peaceful evening of healing sound and restful poses to still your mind and body, helping you become your best self. Bring a friend. No previous experience necessary. We have a few yoga mats available, so please bring your own if you have one. Wear comfortable clothes and feel free to bring a warm blanket and pillow.
Date: May 17, June 14, July 18, August 16, September 20
Time: 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Location: IRG Center For Structural Medicine, 2821 NW Market Street Suite E, Seattle, WA 98107
Cost: $25 per class
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Past, current and new patients welcome!
Meet the instructor, Liz Durkin:
Liz came to yoga later in life, at first to deepen her understanding of Jyotish, the science of light, another limb of the ancient Vedas, but what she found was the greatest healing gift of her life. For 20 years, yoga has been a powerful tool to heal both her mind and body from chronic pain and severe asthma. She has an eclectic background influenced by many teachers including Auryel Van Gemert, Jodi Boone, Katerina Wen, MJ Daniels, Dawn Jansen, and Marjorie DeMuynck, all with a common Bhakti, or devotional style. Her teacher trainings have focused on Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra, which she uses to teach others to find their own inner and innate ability to heal by reconnecting with nature and its seasonal rhythms. Liz’s classes focus on calming meditative practices incorporating pranayama, vibrational sound, mudras, and mantras to restore the parasympathetic nervous system and bring deep healing. Main Influences/Styles/Traditions: Jyotish, Bhakti, Universal, and Vinyasa