THE COURAGE TO REST WITH OCTAVIA RAHEEM
Earlybird Pricing through Friday, November 19th at midnight!
A VIRTUAL EVENT NOVEMBER 21, AT 11 AM EST
Speeding. Busy. Rushing. Tired. Overwhelmed. Bone weary. Feeling just…Meh.
But still… speeding, busy. Rushing. Can’t stop. Won’t stop?
It takes courage to rest in a world that values human DOing over human BEing.
You are courageous. You are worthy of rest.
In this 75 minute rest-based yoga class you will move slowly toward stillness, quiet, and ultimately come to a place of sweet and supportive rest.
You will practice restorative yoga and deep relaxation. You will be held, nourished, and invited into a different rhythm, pace, and way of being.
We will experience a sense of power and courage- the kind that comes when we decide to do something differently.
Gather your blankets, pillows or yoga bolsters (either), eye pillows, and snuggly socks.
You will also want a journal and something to write with for pre and post class reflections.
This class is open to all levels.
All tired bodies, hearts, and minds are welcome.
Gather your courage.
Earlybird Pricing available through Friday, November 19th at midnight!
>> Earlybird price: $35 | Regular price $45
>> Class Time: November 21st at 11 am (75 minute class)
>> Registration includes a preorder copy of Pause, Rest, Be: Stillness Practices for Courage in Times of Change by Octavia Raheem IMPORTANT: due to shipping cost and restrictions this offer is only valid for customers in the U.S.
>> In this 75 minute rest-based yoga class you will move slowly toward stillness, quiet, and ultimately come to a place of sweet and supportive rest
>> This class is all levels
>> A replay will be provided, in case you can’t attend live
She has received national attention for her work training yoga teachers and diversifying the yoga and wellness industry.
Her work as a yoga professional focuses on practical tools to teach individuals how to manage stress, anxiety, and fatigue through yoga and meditation in a way that is accessible to all levels/abilities, and restorative to the nervous system.
Her work has been featured in Yoga Journal, Mantra magazine, Well + Good, CNN, WXIA, and Atlanta Magazine.
She has been featured on the current Yoga Journal cover as one of the 15 ‘game changers’ redefining the practice of yoga.