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Fri, Jan 26


Soulidarity Studio

Deeply Restorative Yoga

Wrap up your week with deep rest in this nurturing practice. Heated floors, bolsters & blankets - yes please! The link takes you to Soulidarity's booking page

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Deeply Restorative Yoga
Deeply Restorative Yoga

Time & Location

Jan 26, 2024, 7:00 p.m. – 8:15 p.m.

Soulidarity Studio, 105 Elma St W, Okotoks, AB T1S 1J9, Canada

About the Event

Wrap up your week with a soul-nurturing deep rest class. Soothe your nervous system and come into rest.

Book your space, sign up online.

Our lives are filled with doing, when is the last time we have allowed ourselves to just be?

Rest is not a luxury.  Rest is necessary.

This practice helps to slow the body and mind to bring it into balance.  Moving out of the "fight, flight or freeze" state of sympathetic nervous system and into the "rest & digest" parasympathetic nervous system. 

This class will be softly lit with a beautiful warmed floor.  Soothing poses to coax the nervous system into rest.  You can even keep your eyes closed through most of the class if you wish.  A lovely way to end your week & begin your weekend.    When it seems you don't have time for rest is the exact time you need it most. 

This is the magic of restorative yoga.

Restorative yoga helps support:

  • Calming the monkey mind or busy brain
  • Mental health, nervous system, physical comfort, muscles, joints & more
  • Stress management
  • Chronic pain
  • Sleep quality
  • Immune response
  • Hormone imbalance, menopause
  • Body awareness & self-awareness
  • Connecting with self-nurturing & love
  • Mindfulness
  • Weight loss due to cortisol balancing
  • Athletic recovery & injury prevention
  • Injury & surgery recovery
  • Mobility-challenges
  • Promotes relaxation, cellular healing, fascial opening, circulation
  • Moving through energetic blockages, emotional healing
  • Unlocks patterns of reactivity

At Okotoks newest yoga studio at Soulidarity Okotoks, 105 Elma Street West 

"It takes courage to say yes to rest and play in a culture where exhaustion is seen as a status symbol."

- Brene Brown

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