Fri, Feb 09|
Cultivate a restorative practice and help re-train the mind and body on how to rest deeply.
Time & Location
Feb 09, 2024, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
New Haven, 869 Whalley Ave, New Haven, CT 06515, USA
About the event
Cultivating a restorative yoga practice helps us re-train the body and mind to rest deeply. Learn how to move out of the sympathetic nervous system of flight, fight, and freeze to recalibrate and bring back into balance our natural state of the parasympathetic nervous system, where we are able to rest, digest, and heal. In this quiet state, we are not only able to better digest our food, our work, and our relationships, but also manage our reactions and interactions with our internal and external world. In turn, we deepen our ability to reflect and create conscious changes.
Drop-ins are $35. Venmo @westrockwellness or pay cash at the door.
Please bring your own yoga mat and water bottle.
Saskia Bergmans is a yoga teacher, mentor, writer, and artist. She is passionate about helping women navigate major life transitions with confidence and clarity. She guides her yoga students and clients to achieve greater balance, healing, and mental freedom from within. Saskia teaches her yoga classes and 200 hour Yoga Training Programs in the lineage of Yogaspirit. She cultivates learning in her students by guiding multi-level classes from the physical foundation of the body through to the healing components of yoga. Saskia holds a safe and sacred place for her students to regain and build confidence in themselves and their bodies through her yoga classes, spiritual mentoring, meditation courses, and workshops. Saskia grew up in England and lives in New Haven with her two daughters