Few of us are prepared for the experience of grief and loss and the deep emotional journey it can open. Whether it is the loss of a loved one, changes in our physical wellbeing, or even facing dramatic life changes, we feel deep emotional and physical pain that takes a toll on our ability to live each day.
Yoga can assist in the grief healing process. Using asana, meditation, and breathwork, yoga can help to clear both your mind and body as you travel the journey of grief. It is also a great way to regulate and assist the body through the healing process.
Join our ongoing yoga classes for all levels of experience to get your body moving and open your heart to the healing process. Connect to our online yoga community as means to battle the isolation of grief, move through the devastation of grief in the present moment, and plant the seeds of healing.
A short information video about our Yoga for Grief Classes presented by John Sovec, a Pasadena therapist, grief specialist, and yoga teacher with over 30 years of experience supporting people through the process of grief. He is recognized for his work with people facing terminal illness and supporting individuals facing the daily impact of grief and loss.
ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTOR: Jacqui Dziak
“I took my first yoga class 20 years ago, however, my practice deepened while I was recovering from cancer in 2009. I began to focus on and understand how the mind and body are connected. I learned that yoga is not about touching your toes. I believe yoga encompasses holistic soul work as much as body movement. I completed 500 hours of teacher training and Therapeutic Yoga training at Yoga House in Pasadena and hold a master’s degree in depth psychology. I am grateful to guide you in this practice and together we will heal one breath at a time.” ~Jacqui
Series & Singles
Classes every Wednesday 5-6pm
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Paying it Forward
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