Fall Back ~ A Seasonal Workshop
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About the Event
Fall is on the way! The cooler temperatures are returning, the trees are getting ready to LET GO, and the air is becoming more crisp...farewell humidity. This change in season may also bring overwhelm, dryness, scattered mind-stuff, or even erratic sleep patterns.
Luckily, there are some scientific & yogi-approved methods to help ground you and go on living your best life. Join Ben & Grace for a two-hour workshop that aims to keep you movin’ and groovin’ through the season.
Expect seasonal lifestyle tips, centering breathwork, grounding asana, and time to rejuvenate. The asana portion will offer tools for ease and stability with options for various levels. Come with an open mind and playful spirit!
Investment: $33; 10% off for members
Date: Sunday, September 19
Reserve Your Space HERE
Meet Your Instructors:
Grace Millsap (she/her) is a lover of life, science geek, and passionate advocate for all forms of health, for all forms of people. While physical well-being may have gotten Grace onto a mat for the first time, she kept coming back for the peace, clarity, and overall joy she gained from the practice. Grace spent 5 years in the fast-paced, and high-pressure, scientist world where she conducted research for UNC-Chapel Hill in the intersecting fields of nutrition, genetics, and neuroscience. In 2013, she completed her first yoga teacher training, and immediately began to draw connections between modern science, and Vedic philosophy. Her classes include the weaving of tantric technology with a focus on breath and presence. When not teaching, you can find Grace with her nose in a science book, lounging with her teenager “puppy” Fizzgig, and soaking in the goodness of the many waves of life.
Ben Kalra is a student and teacher of Yoga as a means to deepen the connection between his mind, body, breath, and community. Prior to discovering Yoga, Ben was an athlete in basketball, track & field, and weight training. While these activities were fun, overuse led to countless injuries including a broken ankle in 2013. Being sidelined and forced to sit, Ben felt disconnected with his body and what it needed from him. Through meditation, Ben learned the importance of breathwork, and how it can act as a link between the body and mind. Ben’s goal as a teacher is to lead students through powerful and mindful movements supported by breath awareness.