Are you interested in learning more about Thai Massage & Restorative Yoga? Here is your chance with a live video demonstration of Thai Massage in relaxing Restorative Yoga poses with master teacher and masseuse, Christine Harrelson. Enjoy the video and receive this amazing practice for 2 HOURS of deep relaxation in person this SUNDAY November 18 5-7PM. Perfect way to get calm before the holidays!!! Sign up at www.nsryoga.com
Click the link to see the live video! ProneThai1.mp4-4.download.
Here is a little bit more about Christine-she is AWESOME!
With a background as a highly competitive gymnastics coach, teaching yoga would seem a likely transition for Christine. After years of repetitive movements that hurt her body, Christine sought a practice that would be both therapeutic AND strengthening, and combined with her knowledge of biomechanics as a coach, she has developed a style that can be just as gentle as it is challenging without pigeon-holing every body into a box. A practitioner of yoga since 2004, Christine has learned how to see bodies and help others feel their movements from the inside out. Keeping her students safe and healthy based on their individual needs is the goal–but she likes to remind people not to take anything too seriously–even yoga!
The basics of Feng Shui: Improving Relationships, Wealth and Health
On Saturday, September 22, we will be blessed to have two Feng Shui practitioners, Kate Curcio of Seacoast Feng Shui (https://www.seacoastfengshui.com/) and Janine Whittaker of Blue Lotus Feng Shui (http://www.bluelotusfengshui.com/), hosting a class on improving the energy in your home.
They will touch on ways to improve relationships, money, health, and an overall sense of well-being in your home. They will cover the different forms of feng shui, specific suggestions for each area within the home, mapping your home with the intentional Bagua, and energetic space clearing.
Please bring a floor plan of your home as close to scale as possible as well as the direction that your home faces, As you will need this for the course teachings.
The class fee is $45 per person. Each attendee will get a copy of the slides presented for reference as well as a special gift!
When: Saturday, September 22
Time: 10am – 12pm
“Blockage is disease/Flow is health” 🙂
Join Marleen Wood, Master Reiki Healer and Kathryn Schroeder, Restorative Yoga Instructor, for an evening of deep relaxation and transformation. You will be guided through supported restorative poses using blocks, bolsters, blankets and eye pillows while receiving the balancing and healing attunement of reiki by candlelight. Set your highest intentions for balance, clarity and well-being. All levels and no experience necessary. Enjoy an evening of complete bliss in a sacred space OF LIGHT.
Promoting Optimal Wellness for Mind, Body and Spirit
Let Your Reiki Journey Begin Here on Cape Ann –
First Degree/Shoden (Beginning Teaching) – Two Day, 15-hour training.**
When: Saturday and Sunday. August 28th and 29th.
Where: Gloucester MA.
No pre-requisite necessary. Come with an open-mind and an open-heart!
Contact Us for Details – 978-283-4258 or Email: email@example.com
Usui Reiki Ryoho – the Japanese Healing Art/Method that originated in 1922 with Founder USUI Mikao Sensei of Japan. Komyo Reiki System – “Hands-on. Nothing More.” A Keep It Simple traditional system of reiki as taught by Buddhist monk INAMOTO Hyakuten Sensei, based on Japanese aesthetics – Less is More.
Learn Reiki (ray-kee) in this traditional apprentice-style training. Class is offered in a beautiful, peaceful setting on Cape Ann and includes instruction, discussion, practice, meditation, attunements (reiju,) manual, ongoing mentoring and more. Learn the history of Reiki Ryoho, technique for self-reiki and the reiki precepts (gokai) that guide our daily practice.
‘Self-Reiki for Self-Care’ – Self-reiki offers a quick and easy way to relax, improve comfort and increase calm. Self-reiki also can help those wanting to make positive lifestyle changes and or enhance their meditation practice.
Promoting Optimal Wellness for Mind, Body and Spirit
Happy St Patrick’s Day! Today has me reminiscing about Nor’Easter Riley- derived from ‘Reilly,’ which comes from the Old Irish name Raghailleach.
(Video by Tucker Destino)
‘Sheltering-in-Place’ Nor’Easter Riley brought hurricane-force winds, astronomical tides, record-breaking waves and flooded roads. With flying debris and falling tree limbs, I chose instead to shelter-in-place and watch the 3-day storm unfold on the news and social media. Over the 3 days I watched as people were evacuated to safety, trees fell onto homes and branches through car windshields. Never did I expect during this Nor’Easter that I would end up injured in my own home!
Accidents Often Occur in the Home Despite my efforts to stay home and safe, while home alone I ended up falling down my basement stairs. Late that night my husband was on his way home with a weekend guest. I was distracted and hurrying down the stairs in stocking feet to get my laundry, while talking on the phone with my 90-year old mother. Slipping on the wooden steps as if on ice, my feet flew up in the air. Landing hard on one step, I bounced onto the next, then slid down 2 more, then ultimately the basement floor. My phone and I flew in opposite directions.
Join Silvie Lockerova and Katie Schroeder for an evening ceremony of deep healing. Open to deep relaxation through restorative yoga and journey into a heart opening meditation using guided visualization, energy work and cleansing for the mind, body and heart. No experience necessary and all props provided.
Silvie Lockerova is a master reiki healer and meditation teacher bringing her deep wisdom and experience to all her teachings. Katie Schroeder is owner of NSRY and leads Restorative Yoga workshops that support deep relaxation in the mind, body and heart. This workshop is a very special blend of therapy for the body, calm for the mind and breaking open to the heart of what matters as we begin this New Year.
$35 Sunday, January 14 6:30-8PM at North Shore Restorative Yoga
Register at www.nsryoga.com
We are all so busy! It’s just part of life. But that’s just it, we can make being busy just one part of our lives. We can balance the other parts of our lives by being with what we love and being surrounded by what we love. Sounds a little dreamy, but their is science behind it. It’s called slowing down and learning to be still, TUNING IN so that we have a precious moment to remember what is actually important to YOU. This simple yet effective practice is the essence of Restorative Yoga. It will support you to begin the powerful journey of learning to just be comfortable with doing nothing, expecting nothing and allowing yourself to feel like enough (which ironically helps you accomplish way more than you ever imagined!) WHY?
Restorative yoga supports your body to be completely comfortable in simple, therapeutic poses by using bolsters, blocks, blankets and sandbags which then sends a message to your mind that it is ok to relax. When your body and mind get the message that it is ok to relax, then it can heal, change and transform. You can clear out all that busy information that the body and mind get every day and you can begin to just practice being in your body and being in one moment at a time with integrity and clarity. Trust me, it isn’t always easy to be still and some days are harder than others, but the more you practice the more you will feel like you have AWAKENED to your precious life for the very first time.
Lucky for YOU, North Shore Restorative Yoga offers a ton of classes and workshops to meet each individual’s needs. Sometimes you need to move through a vinyasa flow before you get down to restoring or maybe you are ready to show up to a workshop and get your restore on right away. Check out our full line up at www.nsryoga.com
Our Monthly Restorative Workshop with Kathryn Schroeder is THIS Sunday 6:30pm-8pm $25 pre-register or show up! Pre-registration is strongly recommended to secure your spot! Sign Up Now!