Yoga for Life after Loss with Guided Meditation 

with Wanda Bryant

Saturday, June 8

10:30 am - 12:15 pm

Yoga for Life after Loss with Guided Meditation

If you have experienced great love, you will experience great loss. This practice is for those who are struggling with the loss of a loved one through death. This special yoga practice combines many forms of yoga, movement, and breath techniques to help students process emotions of bereavement  and use it as a tool for transformation. This practice is not as much about physical flexibility as it is about emotional liberation.

Yoga for Life after Loss  is for people of all ages, body types, and physical conditions as well as those who have never tried yoga.

The practice will begin with approximately sixty minutes of yoga followed by thirty minutes of a guided meditation. 

Through a scanning and relaxing of the body, we journey into a sacred space - a safe space to connect to loving memories that live within you. This meditation guides you to know that you are never alone and are deeply loved.

Wear loose comfortable clothing and bring a water bottle. You may bring your own mat or select one to use from the studio. All other props are also provided.

Guided by Wanda Bryant. Certified RYT/ Certified Grief Yoga ™️ instructor and member of Yoga Alliance. Wanda studied and trained under the direction of Paul Denniston, developer of Grief Yoga ™️. 

Donations benefit The Thomas J Shutt Memorial Foundation