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Gentle Flow + Restore w/ Gina

Ease into your Friday mornings with energizing breathwork, fluid, yummy movement and rest postures.

  • 1 h
  • From 10 US dollars
  • Confluence Arts Center

Service Description

Ease into your Friday mornings with energizing breathwork, fluid, yummy movement that makes you go ahhhhh, followed by softening into stillness with rest postures to seal in all of the goodness of practice. Come to this class to lighten up, drop into a frequency that is spacious and beautiful, and leave with a little more love in your heart. Gina's Bio: For the past 17 years, yoga has been a trusted practice to lean into whenever I need to locate myself in softness, ease and more joy. The greatest gift this practice has bestowed upon my life is the widening of my vision—seeing the world and myself through eyes of Love. Embracing this gift is ultimately what inspired me to share this practice with others, guiding them to also see life differently—that there is more to it than our normal modes of existing, thinking and feeling. To me, yoga is a practice of remembering what love feels like. Through basking in these spaces of inner remembrance, our outer lives really begin to change in the ways we desire. I’ve been teaching off and on since 2012, shortly after receiving my 500-hour yoga certification with my main teacher, Jean Mazzei. Throughout my career, I’ve had the privilege of being invited to teach and lecture on various retreats, workshops and yoga teacher trainings, and also co-founded a yoga teacher training program, which still thrives today. One of my biggest joys in life is continuing to witness my students expand, knowing I played a noteworthy part in their unique journeys. What I intend to impart in my teaching spaces is not necessarily technical expertise, but a distinct quality of space that allows my students to be as they are, focus on themselves and find their slice of peace in an increasingly busy and stress-inducing world. I want my students to know that there is another way to live life—one that includes more ease, spaciousness and receptivity. A way that isn’t so caught up in solely identifying with outer drama and inner conflict. A way that allows for feeling supported in the midst of uncertainty and doubt. When all is said and done, I want my students to walk away feeling expanded from the inside and to touch the lives of others with that same essence.


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Contact Details

  • 20159 Hazelnut Ridge Road, Scotts Mills, OR, USA

    (303)827-4091

    info@confluenceartscenter.org


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