“Stretch & Relax Restorative Yoga Classes” at TIBETcenter

September 29, 2013 @ 10:30 am – 11:45 am
828 Dempster
Evanston IL 60202
$15 per class
Terri Drummond

Terri and Shawn Drummond return to teach STRETCH & RELAX RESTORATIVE YOGA

Sundays_10:30 to 11:45 AM
September 29
October 6, 13, 20

828 Dempster, Evanston IL 60202

Meter Parking. No need to feed meters after 6:00pm and on Sundays.

$15.00/class. All proceeds go to supporting the TIBETcenter. All major credit cards accepted.

Space is limited, so please register in advance by e-mailing Terri Drummond at terri.tigertail@sbcglobal.net

This class is designed to allow almost anyone to participate in a very mild form of Hatha (Ha =Sun, Tha= Moon) Yoga. It is a slower paced practice to make it more accessible to people of all sizes, ages, and fitness levels. This program helps an individual in the management of stress and in choosing a lifestyle that promotes health and vitality.

Restorative Yoga uses props and blankets to modify traditional yoga poses. The supportive postures gently open the body to deep relaxation and healing.

Whether you need assistance in rehabilitating your body from a medical condition, daily stress, or you are interested in prevention of diseases such as high blood pressure or heart disease, this program may be of assistance to you. These classes support people with and without limitations. We also have fun!

The class will consist of 60 minutes of warm up exercises and yoga postures with and without the assistance of a chair, pillows, and blocks. The last 15 minutes will be a practice called Yoga Nidra, or a guided deep relaxation exercise. Singing Tibetan healing bowls will accompany the deep relaxation exercise. This is a practice of mindfulness done primarily while resting on the back or in a chair, in a comfortable position. Deep relaxation clears the mind and creates a relaxed and energized experience in the body.

Benefits of taking this class are remarkable! They include increased mobility and flexibility, improved concentration, reduced blood pressure and heart rate, improved posture, and the ability to relax more deeply and sleep better at night.

has been practicing yoga for 6 years and is a certified Cardiac Yoga® instructor trained by Dr. Mala Cunningham. She has studied with various other yoga teachers including Sarah Powers, Suddha Weixler, and Srivatsa Ramaswami. She is also a practicing stress management and mind/body skills instructor and a Reiki practitioner. In addition, she has studied Tibetan Bowl Sound Healing with Richard Rudis, and she has been working with the singing bowls since 2005.

Shawn has been practicing yoga since 2001, and he appreciates the system’s many benefits for physical and mental health. He practices the Vinyasa method of yoga, which links the body, breath, and mind through dynamic movement in a flowing sequence of poses. He approaches yoga with a sense of fun and joy, and he seeks to share that in his classes. He completed his 200-hour teacher training with Suddha Weixler at the Chicago Yoga Center, and he is registered with the Yoga Alliance. Shawn considers Suddha and Srivatsa Ramaswami to be his most influential teachers. He has also completed various workshops and intensives with numerous other senior teachers.

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