Virtual Event: Yoga for Grief with Carrie Tyler
“Grief is a house where the chairs have forgotten how to hold us, the mirrors how to reflect us, the walls how to contain us..” – Jandy Nelson
Grief will touch all of us at some point, whether through the loss of a loved one, a pet, a career, a dream, or the current state of the world during this global pandemic. Unlike other emotions that easily pass through our daily existence, grief has a way of taking hold and demanding our attention. While often painful, it can also be a deeply transformative and powerful teacher. This class will be offered remotely through ZOOM and will focus on working with our grief through gentle yoga and journaling. Please wear cozy clothes, a yoga mat or towel, any yoga props you need, tea or water, and a favorite journal.
Once registration is complete a confirmation email with the Zoom Virtual Meeting Room details will be sent to you.
RN HNB-BC, C-IAYT, E-RYT500 is a holistic hospice and palliative care nurse, death and bereavement doula, integrative chronic pain specialist, yoga therapist, and teacher trainer. She is the creator of the Rasmaya Method, a philosophy system that uses nine core emotions (rasas) to create inspiration in end of life care, yoga and meditation classes, pain therapies, ritual creation, workshops, retreats, and teacher trainings.
Carrie is known for her compassionate and playful teaching style and her strong knowledge of anatomy and alignment. She is a writer and business consultant for both the fitness and medical industries. Her work has been featured at numerous conferences including Wanderlust and Yoga Journal Conference as well as in national magazines such as Pilates Style and Mantra magazine. When she isn’t presenting, seeing clients, or teaching, she works as a hospice and palliative nurse, helping people transition from life to death. In her spare time, she walks the beach and watches the world fly past while riding pillion on her husband’s motorcycle. Learn more about her at www.rasamaya.com
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