Yes! Groan! It's a time to RELEASE tension! It can be difficult to commit to a long intense yoga practice, so come join this fun, lively interactive 45 - 50 minute practice to release emotional and physical tension through yoga postures and groaning!
Groan Yoga is a gentle practice whose design is based on ancient principles of yoga and Ayurveda as well as modern neuroscience. Set up your zoom screen, mat, and grab a block if you have one (not required). Michelle will guide you through a flow that includes poses to improve flexibility, strength, and balance for the body, mind, and spirit.
Groan yoga's total body wellness practice will improve digestion, provide increased feelings of calm and clarity, well being, and joy. Yoga has been proven to increase physical and emotional resilience, exactly what we need at this unprecedented challenging time! Gift yourself this gentle health-supporting yoga practice and find more joy and peace in your life. Classes are Sunday at 10 am pacific over Zoom video conferencing, with more days and times coming soon!
”I really enjoy Michelle’s Groan Yoga! It’s a low-stress way to start the day and you can move at your own pace and level of experience. Michelle has a natural healing gift and I always leave her classes feeling calm and centered. The other groan yogis in the class are also supportive and encouraging. I highly recommend getting your groan on with us!" -- CB
Reminder: Michelle has advanced training in yoga therapy and she teaches many modification options so your practice will support your body exactly as you are. Feel free to email ahead of time for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org
Michelle Ann Collins
Michelle Ann Collins is a speaker, writer, certified yoga therapist and wellness coach who has taught yoga for over a decade. In her work, she integrates the ancient practices of yoga, and meditation combined with modern psychology and neuroscience to promote optimal well being in her clients. After suffering a series of heartbreaking losses, including the loss of her mother to cancer, her divorce, and losing her second husband to suicide, Michelle dove deeply into the healing studies of Ayurveda, yoga, meditation, and mindfulness. Through study and practice, she developed life-changing skills to survive, recover and ultimately thrive. Now, Michelle teaches what she received from her studies and her journey, that post-traumatic growth can happen and with the right coaching and support, everyone, no matter what challenges they face, can live in vibrant health and joy.