Serving the Port Credit area since 2014
Sunday, May 15 from 2 to 4 pm
Cost $45 including taxes
Spring is upon us, and with it comes a sense of renewal, fresh energy, intention setting, expansion and growth. Join Stephanie DeBou for an afternoon of self-care practices to shake off the dust of winter’s hibernation, plant new seeds of change, and open our bodies and minds to the delight of springtime. Our focus will be on gentle movement, breathwork, self-massage, and conscious rest and meditation. These will help revive the body by opening up the energetic pathways of the liver and gallbladder, which are associated with springtime and renewal.
This event is available in person (max 12 participants) at Yoga Seven’s studio or online via zoom. Yoga Seven’s studio is at 55 Woodlawn Ave, Mississauga L5G 3K7.
Register and purchase using the button below, being sure to choose the in-person or the virtual event.
Stephanie DeBou is a Toronto/Mississauga-based yoga and meditation teacher. She has studied under a number of revered Toronto and international teachers, completing 500 hrs of yoga teacher training at Octopus Garden Yoga Studio. In addition, she has taken many specialized teacher trainings including Restorative Yoga and Functional Movement. Her studies have taken her from Vancouver to Thailand to India to deepen her yoga and meditation practice and knowledge. As a movement and a meditation teacher, she likes to explore the shifting spaces between stillness. Stephanie is passionate about teaching movement that can be a meditation unto itself, and meditations that identify the subtle shifts of the mind and body. She guides her sits and classes with lighthearted compassion and clarity, inviting all to explore the deeper aspects of their mind and body experience.
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