Cost: Donation Based
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During this donation-based workshop, Hélène and Maisah will start by leading an empowering Vinyasa flow to help your body release stress & tension, making it easier to feel your underlying strength. To finish, they will lead you through a few Restorative poses, to leave you refreshed and rejuvenated. All of this, plus you’ll be helping support Exhale to Inhale’s efforts to offer women trauma-sensitive yoga.
Everyone should be able to feel safe and secure in their own skin. Exhale to Inhale works with women who have had that sense of safety and security violated, “...to empower survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault to reclaim their lives through the healing and grounding practice of yoga.”
All are welcome, no experience necessary. Even if you are unable to attend, please consider making a donation to the important work they do at www.exhaletoinhale.org
About the Instructors:
Born in France, Hélène discovered the beautiful practice of Yoga in 2002 while living in Asia. She is certified as an E-RYT 500 by Yoga Alliance® USA and she has been teaching yoga for 10 years. Her classes are vigorous and challenging; however, she takes care to adapt them to every student’s physical capabilities, focusing on breath and alignment as well as using clear and sensitive guidance. She teaches Vinyasa Yoga, Restorative Yoga, and Aerial Yoga . Hélène completed Exhale to Inhale’s Trauma-Informed Teacher Training this fall. Facebook: @Helene Kerherve Yoga New York
Maisah began practicing yoga whilst looking for a low-impact way to better maintain her body as a modern dancer. Though not always as enthusiastic about yoga as she is currently, she found her love for the practice in Vinyasa. Her classes center on linking breath and movement, on the importance of safe alignment, mindful progression and honoring the individuality of each person’s practice. In addition to Vinyasa (ERYT 200), Maisah also teaches Restorative, Aerial Yoga, Kid's Yoga (RYCT), and AcroYoga. Like Hélène, she completed Exhale to Inhale’s Trauma-Informed Teacher Training this Fall.