Mind & Body Master Class – Keeping Promises to Yourself


Saturday, October 14

The healthiest kind of yoga is the kind that you practice every day.  Learn tools for building your home practice. Become educated about the effects of long-term yoga practice from both physiological and psychological perspectives with instructor Robyn Smith Taylor.


Wellness Members FREE / Garden Members $15 / General $20

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Mind & Body Master Class
Keeping Promises to Yourself with Robyn Smith Taylor

Saturday, October 14, 9:30-11am

In this master's workshop, you will learn, step-by-step, how to develop your personal home practice. With tips on how to modify your practice to fit your changing needs, how to stay committed to your personal practice, and how to safely access more depth in body, mind, and spirit. Learn how to keep promises to yourself with practice options ranging from 3-60 minutes a day and a system that honors the reality of demanding schedules and energetic overload.

...and then find out for yourself how daily yoga practice enriches your life.

Instructor Bio:

Robyn has 20 years of daily practice, 15 years of professional yoga instruction, Motherhood, and a Master of Science degree in psychology, contributing to her yoga perspective and teaching.

Mind & Body Master Classes Fall 2023
Second Saturdays, 9:30-11am


October 14 - Keeping Promises to Yourself with Robyn Smith Taylor
November 11 - Sound Bath for Deep Relaxation with Jon Freeman
December 9 - Color Your Feelings with Shirla de Magalhães
Mind & Body Master Classes promote physical, emotional, and mental health within a compassionate community. These classes will explore ways to develop a deeper relationship with our wellbeing and others through engaging conversations, experiential practices, and learning practical tools for daily life. Led by an inspiring community of teachers, coaches, and speakers.


Wellness Members FREE / Garden Members $15 / General $20
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