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Happy Heart Yoga

February 14 at 11:00 am - 12:00 PM
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February 14 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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Show your body and heart some love on this Valentine’s Day with a special restorative yoga class with Miranda Harris.

Take some time to de-stress with Restorative Yoga presented by Crosby Wellness Center yoga instructor Miranda.

Show your body and heart some love on this Valentine’s Day with a special restorative yoga class with Crosby Wellness Center yoga instructor Miranda Harris. In Restorative Yoga, the purpose is to relax, and in this 60-minute class, you can expect calming music, dim lighting, staying on the floor, and being supported throughout your practice. No yoga experience is necessary to participate in this program, and you’ll leave with a happy heart.

Program Notes: Please come dressed in comfortable clothing and bring your own yoga mat.

This program is presented by Miranda Harris and is hosted by the Winter Park Health Foundation in partnership with the Crosby Wellness Center.

About the Presenter:  

Miranda Harris has been practicing yoga for more than 10 years. She became inspired to learn more about yoga philosophy during a backpacking trip in India. She later enrolled in a year-long yoga teacher training, intending to deepen her personal practice. She quickly found a passion for teaching and completed her 500-hour yoga teacher training under Kim King. Miranda teaches yoga through a trauma informed lens and has completed training in yoga for trauma and addiction. Miranda believes the physical and mental elements within yoga practice are equally important. She utilizes mindfulness and purposeful movement to guide students creatively and carefully into their bodies. Above all, Miranda believes yoga should be accessible to all humans. She incorporates modifications in her teaching to safely challenge and inspire students.

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