The New Moon, the darkest night of the cycle, is a time to rest, reflect and plant metaphorical seeds.
The new moon pauses, neither waxing nor waning, encouraging us to do the same. Here, we simply feel, full of potential and ready to sprout. These special classes will utilize posture, stillness, breath and mantra to renew our relationship with Self and Source. By taking the time to rest deeply into the center of our creative impulse, we will leave feeling renewed and vital.
During this special 2-hour offering, Meg will share deep restorative practices that when woven with pranayama, meditation and chanting, facilitate deep states of connection to ourselves, one another and the very nature of who we are.
Meg Abene Newlin is a 500 hour registered yoga teacher. Her devotion to the practice and teaching of yoga is a gift to all the students she touches. She brings 12+ years of teaching experience to each class, and makes the student’s progress her goal. Meg is passionate about the transformative value of yoga practice and yoga asana, she hopes that you will join her on this journey.
Friday, March 24th, 2017 6:30-8:30pm
The Studio WEST (701 N. High Point Road)
Members: $25 early bird deadline before March 8th, $35 thereafter
Non-Members: $35 early bird deadline before March 8th, $45 thereafter
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**Cancellations that occur more than 14 days from program date will be charged a $15 cancellation/administrative fee. Cancellations less than 14 days of program date will receive a 50% refund – any cancellations within 48 hours or less of program date will not be refunded.