Harvest & Bounty: Celebrate Abundance & Arrival of Fall

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Harvest & Bounty: Celebrate Abundance & Arrival of Fall

Time: October 5, 2014 from 8am to 11am
Location: Om Sweet Om Yoga Studio
Street: 108 S. Main Street
City/Town: Talent
Website or Map: http://www.movingintoharmony.…
Phone: 541-890-7373
Event Type: hatha, yoga, workshop
Organized By: Shawn M. Flot
Latest Activity: Sep 24, 2014

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Hatha Yoga with Shawn M. Flot, M.P.T, E-RYT

Workshop includes inquiry, discussion and a gentle practice of movement and breath awareness to help with circulation, digestion and elimination.

Fall is an important transitional time.  It's the best time to release, recover, rejuvenate, and restore as nature and your body’s rhythms shift from production to restoration.  

This practice will complement any Fall cleansing activity you plan to do.

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