DATE: Tuesday Sep 20
TIME: 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
PRICE: $25 or scratch two from class pack
A regular yoga and meditation practice already supports and strengthens your immune system, but a little extra help can go a long way. Join us on Tuesday September 20, for a special class that will give your immunity a yogic “booster shot” as we transition into the fall and winter months. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned practitioner, this sequence will help you to relax, reduce stress and increase circulation throughout your body, effectively jump-starting your immune system to help prevent colds and flu.
After several years of practicing yoga, Maysan completed the first 200-Hour YogaWorks Teacher Training Course held in Beirut in August 2014, and has been teaching since then. She considers herself a student of yoga first and foremost and continues to take classes and workshops to fuel her practice and further her education. During her heart-centering classes, Maysan hopes to guide students towards gently creating more space and ease in their bodies, minds and lives, one breath at a time. Her interest in well-being in all its dimensions is supported by her academic background, as she holds a BS in Environmental Health and a Masters in Environmental Sciences.
Maysan has also studied and practiced many different holistic and energy healing techniques such as aromatherapy, herbalism, Reiki, and Access Bars, amongst others. She is in favor of prioritizing “mind-body medicine” (using the power of our thoughts and emotions to positively influence our physical health). Yoga, meditation, breathing, relaxation and other healing practices all play a role in promoting our well-being and keeping stress at bay, thus helping to prevent and/or treat dis-ease. In particular, as a certified aromatherapist, she enjoys combining essential oils with yoga and meditation, and is passionate about the role medicinal plants play in supporting our spiritual evolution, especially those plants that are considered “sacred scents” such as Frankincense and Palo Santo.