Yoga can awaken a meaningful connection with our inner experience and everyday life as it works to unite mind, body and spirit.
Saturdays 9-10:15 am with Kolleen through November.
Beginning Dec. 3, 2018 Mondays, 9-10:15 with Kolleen
Wednesdays 9-10:15 am with Laura
White Heron Sangha Meditation Center 6615 Bay Laurel Pl, Avila Beach
Join us for a practice of breath and body awareness as we move through areas of tension, increase range of motion and strengthen our relationship with the present moment.
Each class will begin with 45 minutes of yoga asana followed by 30 minutes of sitting meditation. All levels are welcome! No prior experience is required. Regular attendance is not required.
Suggested donation: $10, or what you can afford.
Please bring your own mat if, possible, and arrive 15 minutes early to help move chairs and complete release form, so that we can begin on time.
For questions, contact Laura Liss: email@example.com
Kolleen Harrison began her yoga journey many years ago, following in her mother‘s footsteps. She and her mom taught fitness together back in Illinois and also became certified personal trainers through ACE. Her mom began teaching yoga over 20+ years ago, which inspired Kolleen to do the same.
Kolleen is a Certified Yoga Guide and Inquiry Coach. Her most recent endeavor was receiving a certification through Yoga.Psyche.Soul which integrates yoga and psychology. She is extremely passionate about the mind-body connection and the way in which yoga can heal and transform us through breath, asana and the spiritual essence held within the practice.
Laura Liss, MSW, found that a consistent yoga practice was vital while raising three kids and in supporting her through breast cancer and the loss of her mom. Building on a career in social work, Laura began teaching yoga in 2003 with the desire to share its powerful benefits. In 2005 she opened a wellness center in Downingtown, PA, where she taught yoga and meditation classes, led 200-hour teacher training programs, and co-taught Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) courses until 2017.
Laura teaches various styles of yoga including Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Yin, Gentle, Mindful, and Restorative. With a focus on acceptance, connection, and healthy alignment, Laura teaches from her heart and continues to work on meeting experiences with awareness and kindness. She believes it is a precious gift to be able to help others along the path and knows there is also much she can learn from each person she meets.