Mon, Jan 29, 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
6 Week Beginners Yoga series class Special Event
with Kimberly Konopaski
60.00 minutes
WHEN: Mondays 6pm-7pm Jan 29th, Feb 5th, Feb12th, Feb 19th, Feb 26th and March 5th One of the meanings of yoga is “to attain what was previously unattainable”.When we move our body’s using breath and with conscious thoughts we gain a new point of view.We learn how to become present in every moment and learn to let go. This class is for everyone.You will learn basic asana (poses), how to breathe to elongate the spine (allowing room for nerves and muscles to release), what a stretch feels like and how to modify a pose that fits your body’s limitation.You will also learn basic meditation. PLEASE ARRIVE 5 MINUTES EARLY What to bring: Yoga Mat, water bottle and Beach towel. We have items for Purchase if you need them. What to wear:Anything comfortable like yoga pants, sweats or decent shorts.Something that is easy to move in but not too loose.**You will be bringing your head down and spreading legs. ONLY 10 SLOTS AVAILABLE**** so sign up early Class Fee:$120 for the six classes There are no refunds or makeup days.
About the teacher
Kimberly M. Konopaski LMP, RYT Owner and Creator of Sukha. License # MA 00021347 kimkonopaski@gmail.com Phone: (206) 478-2550 Since a young age, I have felt a deep need to help comfort others through massage. After sustaining serious injuries in a car accident as a teen, the desire to alleviate pain in family and friends, became a driving passion that awakened me to my calling. Graduating Valedictorian of my class from Ashmead Massage School in 2005, I have continued to excel in the field of healing. I studied a year of spa therapy, which includes wraps, scrubs, and Ayurveda treatments. I have an aromatherapy foundation and Hot Stone Certification. Other therapies include Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy and more. My love of healing has taken me on adventures, including a trip to the Big Island of Hawai'i to learn Sacred Lomi, Hawaiian Temple Bodywork studying under Tom Cochran and Donna Jason. I continue to further my education in the Hawaiian practices of ho'oponopono. I have recently received my 200hr yoga certification in which I studied a 2 years program under the instruction of Laura Yon-Brooks M.A., LMP, RYT, a teacher profiled in Yoga International Magazine. My sanctuary, and new business, is Sukha Healing Arts Center in Des Moines, WA. Sukha was created with the intention of having a heart-centered destination to assist you in finding your personal, divine truth. Sukha was started in a dream-book my daughter and I created on our trip to Bali and within 3 month upon returning from our trip the dream came alive. Through my travels and, with the support of loved ones, this dream is now a breathing reality. While spending time growing and healing within myself, I can now say that I help heal the world one person at a time. I believe my ability to understand and listen to the body is a gift. Listening to the body and allowing unconditional love for the client allows the body and spirit to heal. A little about me, outside the realm of Sukha…I love spending time with my child, gardening, writing poetry, painting, jumping out of air planes, music, dancing, yoga, spending time with friends, cooking, reading, traveling and learning. I want to learn to rock climb and continue to check off my bucket list. Sending you love and light beyond today, Mahalo, KK

Monday, January 29 at 6:00 pm
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