Come to one or both!
Sunday, February 15, 12:30 - 2:pm
Whether you're brand new to yoga or advanced in asana practice, come to this fun and innovative workshop exploring partner postures. Learn to connect to your own body and advance your practice while also connecting with a friend or partner. This all-levels workshop will also focus on specific postures to address height and weight differences between partners. Expectant parents (prenatal mothers) are also welcome!
Sunday, February 15, 3:00 - 4:30pm
Come learn partner massage techniques in this workshop
designed for friends or partners. Drawing from Thai Massage, yoga, and
bodywork, this workshop offers simple partner stretches accessible
to everyone. Partners will alternate giving and receiving and you'll go home feeling great with some wonderful new techniques to share.
You can also register for this event and pay at the studio.
About Kate and Richmond
Kate recently relocated to the Boston area from NYC, where she received her teacher training from Sonic Yoga in Hellís Kitchen. Her vinyasa-style classes are taught in the mold of the Kula Yoga Project, and the inspiring teachers there. Her other principal teachers are Dharma Mittra, Simon Park (assistant to Shiva Rea) and Nevine Michaan, who devised the Katonah style of yoga (Iyengar-based). Kate brings body-centered information to her classes with the intention of sharing with her students the delight she has discovered in the yoga process.
A student of yoga since 2001, Richmond Dickson has followed the teachings of Shiva Rea's vinyasa flow to various parts of the country and beyond, including a pilgrimage to India in 2004, which he credits as his inspiration for maintaining happiness in life. Richmond's experience as a massage therapist and his years as a national touring DJ bring together his interest in alignment and rhythmic movement. He maintains a massage practice which focuses on structural alignment and myofascial health. He holds a B.A. in Alternative Health from Everglades University.