Living in Harmony with the Seasons:
Spring Yoga Series with Megan Hettich
Sunday, April 9th 2017
3pm to 5pm
Are You Curious about how the Change of Seasons Impact Our Bodies, Our Emotions and the World Around Us?
In Traditional Chinese Medicine there are 5 Elements defined by the five seasons of the year; Spring, Summer, Late Summer, Autumn and Winter. Each season is associated with an element and an organ of the body. These elements are associated with various emotions and our relationship to those emotions. The combination of these two aspects, have an impact on our physical and emotional state as we transition from season to season throughout the year.
Megan will reveal how the Spring season can cause changes within ourselves and the world around us. By noticing and embracing these changes we can experience a more balanced and holistic life; living a season-based lifestyle that nourishes our bodies from the inside out.
The 2-Hour Workshop: How it Breaks Down!
The workshop begins with an overview of Traditional Chinese Medicine followed by an in-depth look at the “Spring” season and how we can apply this ancient knowledge to our everyday life to create balance and harmony.
Time to get up and stretch your legs and grab a sip of water.
75-Minute Yoga Practice:
Enjoy this “Spring” Balancing Yoga practice designed to target the Live and Gallbladder meridians, the organs associated with Spring. This practice will help to activate and balance the organs by working at a slower, gentle pace accessible to most yogis from beginners to more experienced yogis.
Early Bird Pricing!
Sign-Up Before March 31
$20.00 per person
After March 31
$25.00 per person
What to Bring:
Yoga Mat, Notebook & Pen.
About Megan Hettich
Megan is a Certified yoga instructor, who has studied and practiced the 8 limbs of yoga for 7 years. Megan currently teaches Flow and Hot Yoga.
Her quest for a more holistic approach to healing and strengthening the body led her to expand her health journey to include the study of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM.) She is an avid learner studying books and current articles on the subject to incorporate TCM in her daily health practices.
She has worked with local practitioners deepening her knowledge of the subject. She worked with Rachel DeLuca, Licensed Accupuncturist, Doctor of Oriental Medicine (NM), Dipl.OM, NCCAOM. She has also studied with Master Yoa Li, teacher of Kung FU, Wu Shu, Tai Chi, Qi Gong, yoga and meditation.
Sign-Up in person at the Front Desk or call 913-384-3200 to enroll over the phone!