Saturday, January 22, 2022 | 10:15 a.m. – 11:15 p.m.
Join us for a therapeutic sequenced vinyasa class coupled with reflective traditions like pranayama (breathwork), meditation, and yin yoga.
Experience both foundational postures and creative variations that will strengthen, open, and restore your body and mind.
This class includes a gentle warm up and cool down to nourish yourself with a well-rounded experience. Enjoy resting in savasana accompanied by crystal sound bowls and harp.
Please bring a yoga mat and water with you. We recommend arriving 15 minutes early to easily locate the area.
“I practice yoga to feel better in my body + mind. I find joy in teaching yoga. I teach and practice many styles of yoga and there are many that I don’t. As my body changes, my teaching changes. I share what feels authentic to me. I love using tools and methods to develop a sustainable yoga practice. Align, misalign, and align again.”
Born and raised in Miami, Brooke Grossfeld unknowingly started her yogic path as a pre-med student with a BS in biology. Her favorite thing about biology is “functionally knowing how and why things work.” After completing a 200-hour Teacher Training with Paul Toliuszis in Miami Beach, Brooke developed as a strong and confident teacher. Brooke completed my second 200- hour Teacher Training with Dawn Feinberg at Ahana in 2017.
Brooke is currently a masters level student obtaining a dual masters in Mental Health Counseling and Family and Marriage therapy. She plans to integrate ancient healing tools and techniques into clinical and evidence based therapeutic practices. When she is not working or teaching, she loves to spend time outside and move her body in different ways. She also volunteers as a Guardian ad Litem.
Tickets are nonrefundable.