With Laura Johnson, PhD, RYT-500, Lecturer/Facilitator
Participants will develop an accessible, heart-opening practice to work with our collective pain for the world in this time of socio-ecological crisis, honoring and moving through our grief somatically as a pathway for transformation. This five-week course offers an opportunity to support and connect deeply with our bodies, our hearts, and the Earth, with the intention of cultivating peace and equanimity in ourselves and in the world. Each week of class includes a recorded guided practice consisting of breathwork, mudras, meditations, and gentle yin and restorative poses, in addition to a live meeting to connect with one another. Access to supportive yoga props (bolster, blankets, and/or blocks) is highly encouraged.
Fri., Oct. 23-Nov. 20 • 2-3 p.m.
$35 • Class #: 43990
Laura Johnson, PhD, RYT-500, teaches in the Department of Geography at Humboldt State University. Her classes are centered on environmental justice and social change. She is also a registered yoga teacher offering accessible, inclusive, trauma-conscious restorative and yin yoga classes. For more about Laura, please visit her website at www.laurabjohnson.com.