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11/10 Pratyahara: Nourishing the Senses Workshop
November 10 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm$55
Sensory Therapy Workshop
Join us for a transformative yoga workshop centered around the theme of Pratyahara, the withdrawal of senses. Led by the experienced yoga teacher Chris Henry and accompanied by sound healer Jonah Montes, this workshop offers a unique opportunity to delve deep into the practice of Pratyahara. Over the course of 2 hours, we will explore the profound effects of sensory withdrawal and the use of an Iyengar head wrap as a powerful tool for cultivating this state of inner focus and awareness.
Space is limited.
This workshop is appropriate for students of all levels and backgrounds.
- Friday, November 10th
- 6:00 – 7:30PM PST
- Space is limited.
- $55 pre-registration (use code PREREG10)
- $65 day of workshop
- Price includes Iyengar head wrap
Chris Henry is an esteemed yoga instructor who has completed 500-hours of training since embarking on his journey in 2010. He has since been deeply inspired by the remarkable impact it has had on individuals within his family, local and global communities. Recognizing the multitude of health and wellness benefits associated with yoga, Chris has embraced it as an integral part of his life as a student and teacher. Chris’s unique teaching style harmoniously anchors the principles of power vinyasa and Vini-yoga.
Drawing from personal experiences, including injuries sustained during his collegiate athletic career and the everyday stresses inherent in the human condition, Chris attests to the efficacy of yoga in fostering a profound connection between the body and mind, and ultimately found as a transformational tool.
With an primary focus on the quality of breath, Chris guides his students towards a deeper understanding of themselves as a whole being. By doing this he enables the individual to effectively process their current states, while encouraging the release of burdens that no longer serve us. Chris extends an open invitation to all practitioners to meet themselves exactly where they are on their journey, and honor their bodies as they approach the transformative practice of yoga.