Yoga/Acupuncture Combo Class coming to Wakefield 04/17/16
Very excited to announce the next class! Hope to see many of you there!! xo Jay
Do you love yoga or acupuncture and want to see how they mix? Have you been doing one and wondering what the other has to offer? The word yoga means union. It’s the joining together of breath, body and mind – mind, body and spirit. This unique class will begin with centering followed by the exploration of the breath through multiple asanas (yoga poses) in an intelligent, gentle therapeutic flow. This program will stretch and soothe every space in the physical body. Class will conclude with an extended savasana (resting pose) and guided meditation. Afterwards a community style acupuncture treatment on your mat is included for each of the participants. Simple treatment options will include a choice of:
• Four Gates Treatment – Helps with calming and quieting the mind, strengthening and nourishing all the muscles and tendons.
• Head Over Heels – Can treat headache or plantar fasciitis.
• Back In Action Treatment – Targeting the spinal column and muscles of the back and neck.
We look forward to guiding you through the vast inner landscape of your being during this relaxing yet refreshing experience.
• Registration is required – Class is limited to 12 participants.
• Bring or rent a mat $2
• Dress in loose comfortable clothing
• No refunds on workshops
About the instructors:
Kate Curtis has been practicing yoga for ten years, and has been teaching in the Boston area for four years. She strongly believes that everyone can find peace and health through natural means. Kate’s passion lies in guiding practitioners to feeling strength and comfort in their mind, body, and soul. Infused into her classes are encouragement, humor, loving kindness and an emphasis on the shared human experiences within the group.
Jay Guanci, Lic. Ac. has been practicing acupuncture in Reading since 2007. He holds a Master’s degree in acupuncture from the New England School of Acupuncture, the country’s oldest college of Oriental Medicine. Jay is trained in both Chinese and Japanese styles of acupuncture, as well as Dr. Tan’s balance style. He is experienced in treating all types of health issues. He’s been practicing yoga regularly for 4 years and is very intrigued by the similarities in these two disciplines.
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