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Yin Yoga for Caregivers

November 8, 2022 at 1:00 pm - 2:00 PM
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November 8 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

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As caregivers, we can neglect taking care of ourselves – take 60 minutes for you and enjoy the healing benefits of Yin Yoga.

So often when we need to take care of others, we can neglect taking care of ourselves. Take 60 minutes for you and enjoy the healing benefits of Yin Yoga. Yin yoga is a slow, floor-based practice consisting of deep stretches, held for time and accompanied by calming breath work. Yin yoga is a practice of yielding, of letting go of everything that is not in the present moment.

In this program, led by Crosby Wellness Center yoga instructor Becca Schmidt, you’ll learn breathing techniques to aid in relaxation and physical yoga postures that encourage peace in the body. Plus, this class will demonstrate how healthy stressing of the fascia and joints can improve health and mobility.

Special instructions: Please wear comfortable clothing and bring your yoga mat and water to class.

This program is presented by Becca Schmidt and is hosted by the Winter Park Health Foundation in partnership with the Crosby Wellness Center

About the Program Presenter

Becca Schmidt has been teaching yoga and yoga fitness for 18 years. Her certifications include Yoga Therapy for Seniors, Prenatal Yoga, Hands on Assist, Yoga for Dance and more. She holds the experience level accreditation to teach other yoga teachers.

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