Monthly Breathwork Group Sessions with Beth Hardin
Come in to your breath and body – be guided through a two-part inhale, one exhale breath work and meditation class.This form of pranayama (observance of the breath) trains the mind to stop its chatter so that we can open the heart, connect with our deeper self, enter into the inner silence to hear the truth of the voice within. All yoga practice begin with the breath. The class will be accompanied by music and coupled with affirmations to aid in deepening the overall practice.
This class is designed to tap into one's intuition in a safe environment. A beautiful hour laying on a yoga mat wearing comfy clothes as Beth guides you.
Please bring a blanket or any other padding such as a thick yoga mat to lay on, eye pillow and and open heart. If you would like to bring special stones to ground you during your practice please feel free to do so. This is your time.
Class cost is $25 per person preregistered, or $30 at the door. Space is limited! Please PayPal payment to email@example.com or reserve your spot via cash/check at Wild Ginger Apothecary: Studio + Lounge.
This special monthly event will return every 4th Friday.
About Beth Hardin:
Beth teaches yoga with a specific and dedicated focus on the breath. As a certified teacher and practitioner of David Elliott’s Level 1 Healer Training work, a licensed massage therapist and owner of her own healing establishment, Body & Mind Massage, for 20 years she brings the strength of her many modalities to her healing breath work classes.
Beth’s teaching offers the student an opportunity to deepen the relationship with the self, breath & intuition. She also incorporates her Cherokee roots by teaching and doing space clearings & blessings, offering spiritual guidance and grief support. Her teaching is driven by the desire to help you feel your best and heal your physical, emotional, spiritual, and mental ailments. Her passion is in helping others to release anything that no longer serves while making space for more joy & peace. One of her mottos is “through tragedy is triumph!”
Stay tuned for a Healer Training Level 1 at WGA late summer/early fall!