ABOUT THIS EVENT
Fitness & Wellness
This month’s workshop tackles the problem of learning something great in class, then forgetting it when you’re on your own. Yoga Instructor, Jennifer Gaspers, will help you build a sequence of poses that make sense for you: from warm-up to moving into deeper stretches, and the best poses for prior to savasana- while creating a personal notebook of poses to take with you and practice at home.
What to Bring
Notebook or journal
Yoga mats, blocks, straps... and a few notebooks in case anyone forgetsCancellation Policy
MORE ABOUT YOUR HOST
Healing Foundations is conveniently located in Chicago's Roscoe Village neighborhood on Belmont between Damen and Western Avenues. We give you the tools you need to guide your body's gentle return to health, vitality and balance. By incorporating acupuncture and other acutherapies, Oriental medicine, Eastern nutrition and education, we reduce and relieve pain, discomfort, illness, stress and stress-related disorders. Our techniques complement Western medicine.
Jennifer Gaspers is a Licensed Massage Therapist, CranioSacral Therapist (2005), and certified Hatha Yoga Teacher (2011). Combining Myofascial Release, CranioSacral Therapy and Shiatsu with Chinese medicine techniques, Jennifer believes strongly in leveraging multiple modalities to facilitate healing and bring her clients meaningful, lasting results. Jennifer's intimate yoga classes are inclusive of all levels of experience and strive to connect the transformative power of yoga to each participant's every day life. In every class or private session, her focus is to help you cultivate gratitude for exactly who you are in the present moment as well as to support your own journey of self discovery. Jennifer is a returned Peace Corps volunteer. She spent time in Swaziland where she started the Bambanani Project of Swaziland, teaching business and marketing skills to underserved community members. Handmade jewelry from the Bambanani Project is available at Healing Foundations and craft fairs throughout the city.