Candlelight Yoga with Felicia Tomasko
A gentle yin yoga practice for all levels
- Started Jul 1Started Jul 1
- 25 US dollars$25
- 78 South Main Street
Candlelit Gentle Yin Yoga Friday July 1st 7pm - 8:30pm Please give a warm Newtown Yoga Center welcome to President and Editor in Chief of LA Yoga magazine, Felicia Tomasko! Felicia is visiting from California and will be offering a gentle Yin yoga experience not to be missed! Yin yoga is a slow, mindful practice, it's an invitation to slow down and really drop into a yoga pose on a level we don't always get to experience. Felicia's teaching style is invitational, inclusive and down to earth with tremendous heart. This is who she is, amazing, dynamic and incredibly kind. This shows through in her teaching, we are so fortunate to get a chance to share practice with her! She is bringing some copies of LA Yoga magazine and some yoga swag for a surprise raffle for participants! Felicia will be co-teaching with her magical maltese Lulu the yogi dog who is as sweet and gentle as a butterfly! Please bring your yoga mat, some water and wear or bring some layers as body temperature may fluctuate with a slower practice. Blankets and props will be provided and you are welcome to bring your own as well if you prefer. Covid protocol: mask optional, please be considerate, if you have been exposed to Covid 19 or are sick, not sure if it's allergies etc please stay home, let us know and we can Zoom you in. Cancellation Policy: 24 hour advance notice via email full refund. No message/no show no refund but you will have studio credit. If you can't make it you can gift someone else your space, please message the studio with their name. There will be a wait list, participants will be notified at least 2 hours before (or more) if there is space in the class. About Felicia: " Between beginning her commitment to Yoga and Ayurveda and today, she earned degrees in environmental biology and anthropology and nursing, and certifications in the practice and teaching of yoga, yoga therapy, and Ayurveda while working in fields including cognitive neuroscience and plant biochemistry. Her commitment to writing is at least as long as her commitment to yoga. "