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Experience the Art of Relaxation: Restorative yoga

Restorative Yoga is the practice of intentional rest. Have you ever wanted to do less and accomplish more? This is your chance. Join Haily for a deeply relaxing, gentle and quiet practice that will help relieve the stress and tensions of daily life. You will be fully supported in yoga postures with the use of blankets, blocks and straps. The support of these props allows you to completely surrender, let go of any holding and let muscles open and release without expending energy. Lower your heart rate and blood pressure, reduce anxiety and soften chronic pain. Appropriate for all levels, no prior experience with yoga is necessary. Restorative Yoga is especially beneficial if you are recovering from an injury or if you have been feeling intimidated about starting a yoga practice. You are guaranteed to leave feeling relaxed, calm and at ease!

When: October 9, 6-7:30pm

Fee: $20, members receive an additional 10% off


**Props will be provided for supportive postures, please bring an extra blanket to cover up with! 


Haily, RYT 200, strives to inspire creativity through her teachings. As an artist who earned her BFA from University of Hartford, she believes that teaching and practicing yoga is a form of art. Haily creates a space for students to grow both in their physical and spiritual practice with mindfulness and compassion. Her teacher training was completed with Buffy Barfoot, Clear Compass Yoga Teacher Training, in Denver, Colorado. Haily's passion for yoga is contagious and she is continually inspired through art, travel and time spent in nature. She is currently studying at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, in the 500 Hour Ayurvedic Yoga Teacher Training Program, and is thrilled to be deepening her own practice and knowledge in order to weave it into her teachings. Haily's classes use the breath to guide students into finding their own edge, so growth and expansion happens with each experience. It is important to her to meet each student along the path of his or her personal practice and teach that it is the journey of yoga that is important, not the end goal. Haily's teachings emphasize alignment and flow, and encourage transformation on and off the mat.