164 Green St. Doylestown PA 18901
As we pull ourselves out of this pandemic, we must continue to heal our bodies and minds. Restorative Yoga can help us return balance to our muscles, restore our energy levels and our calm our minds.
Join Dragonfly Yoga owner Alexis Ridge-Simek for an accessible and informative Restorative Yoga Workshop. In this session, we’ll learn how to use items we have a home to facilitate deep, slow, prop assisted stretching. Alexis will demonstrate poses that are relaxing, yet constructive.
We’ll also learn stress management and energy restoration through breathing techniques and attain deep restful states through guided Yoga Nidra. Start your weekend by learning relaxation techniques you can use throughout your life.
This class is open to all levels including those who have never tried yoga and those currently in a rigorous practice. Learn to slow down and restore!
**Please bring 2-3 blankets and a large pillow from home if you plan to attend in-studio
**Vaccination with one booster is required to attend in-studio. Email us your vaccination card.
Friday, July 15
6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Advance Registration Required
$30 | $20 Before 7/1
FREE for Dragonfly Community Membership Holders
Alexis is the founder and owner of Dragonfly Yoga Studio, which she opened in 2005 with the goal of making yoga accessible to everyone no matter what their body type or health condition. From its humble beginnings, Dragonfly has grown into a thriving yoga community, hosting both 200 and 500 HR teacher trainings, nation-wide retreats, and internationally-known yoga teachers.
Alexis completed a 350-hour Hatha Yoga certification program at Eight Limbs Yoga in Chicago in 2003, studying under Gabriel Halpern, Per Erez, and Miguel Latronica. Alexis continually looks for inspiration and information to share with her students. She also has studied with Rolf Gates (500-hour Advanced Vinyasa) and Brandt Passalacqua of Breathing Deeply (Yoga Therapy and Peaceful Weight Loss Through Yoga).
Alexis has over 1,000 hours combined professional training in yoga and mediation, including a certification in teaching Prenatal Yoga from Sweet Pea’s Studio in Chicago. She has studied Vinyasa Yoga under Shiva Rea and Seane Corn and Thai Yoga Massage with Mukti Michael Buck of the Vedic Conservatory. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Recreation Management from Arizona State University.