Post Election Self-Empathy & Relaxation 

Sunday, November 8, 2020, 5-7pm PST

pay what you can 

via Zoom 

No matter what happens on election day, November, 3, 2020, there will be a safe space for you to let go and examine your unprocessed emotions. In this workshop, you will learn how to approach challenging feelings such as unease, anger, and fear, and develop a frame-work for how to process them by giving yourself empathy. Cultivating the ability to pause and notice how we feel when confronted with language or actions we don't agree with, gives us a better understanding of ourselves and the ability to communicate more mindfully. 


This worksop will be a longer version of the Sunday Restorative Yoga class.


Embrace, Accept and Release:

Supporting the Lungs with Ayurveda and Restorative Yoga

November 14th, 2pm - 5pm PST

pay what you can 

Join me a Ayurvedic Health Counselor, Rache Quinlan, for an immersive afternoon of learning and rest. We will review the anatomy of the lungs and the physiology of breathing, gain perspective on how we may hold emotions in this part of the body, and how, by bringing attention to this area through the breath, we may begin to let go of the past and open to healing. 

The first part of this workshop will focus on ways to cleanse and strengthen the emotional and physical aspects of the lungs with Ayurvedic lifestyle, herbal and immunity building suggestions. 

In the second part, we will slip into a Restorative Yoga sequence where you will get to experience supported and rejuvenating postures that encourage deep rest and relaxation. Followed by a balancing pranayama practice to help deepen and bring awareness to the breath.

This workshop is appropriate for all levels including first time yoga students. 


See the list of required props.


Pay what you can. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. 


Suggested donation $45*

Contact me to register.

Accepting payment through Paypal. 

*30% of the workshop proceeds will be donated to Halau Hula Ka Makani Hali 'Ala O Puna, a non-profit dedicated to preserving and sharing the deep tradition of the Hawiian culture, in honor of the land we will be teaching the workshop from.