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7 Chakras, 7 Senses: A Restorative Yogic Experience for the Root Chakra

This is a restorative yoga workshop focusing on poses for the 7 chakras taught by Jo Lewzey with musical accompaniment by Joanna Fassl. This workshop will specifically focus on Muladhara, the Root Chakra. The workshop will use essential oils, pranayama and healing touch to heighten the sensorial experience. Participants will have an immersive, healing and balancing experience with gentle yoga positions. Delving in more deeply, each workshop will highlight one of the 7 chakras. Participants ought expect to be very relaxed and ready for a restful night.

Please wear comfortable clothing for movement

Tickets $40 - RSVP HERE

* Tickets availability at the door is not guaranteed*

Joanna Renee Fassl DC is a Holistic Chiropractor, Performance Artist, Performance Director and Singer-Songwriter. She has 20 years experience as a healing professional and a professional Performance Artist and is now combining her two passions of Healing Work and Artistry. She find that wholeness is healing through the interface of ART and SCIENCE, VISION and EMBODIMENT, honoring both the LIGHT and SHADOW in our world and ourselves with the utmost respect. In her one-on-one work with clients, she combines Craniosacral Therapy with Breathwork, Myofascial Release, Chakra insight, and Music to imbue the physical body with the richness of the energetic body and in turn, to access the energetic body to liberate the physical body and emotional body. Breaking through resistance and armoring in the body allows for full expansion, potential and love to flow through unimpeded. It is through this practice of listening in and trusting the magic of the energetic and physical body that courageous huge shifts and grounded miracles are made possible.

Jo Lewzey discovered yoga in 2002 when she moved from her native London to San Francisco. Jo has a long history of working with the body – as a young adult she embarked on a dance career by attending a professional school and subsequently travelled Europe with a dance company for five years. Jo felt called to work with people in a way that would help them lead stronger, healthier lives.

At first, she tried everything – hot yoga, Ashtanga, Vinyasa – and in 2006 she decided to delve deeper into yoga and enrolled in the 200-hour teacher training with Yolanda Bain at The Mindful Body. After the course she began teaching a weekly class. While Jo loved being a personal trainer, it wasn’t her true calling. In 2010 she met the teacher that changed everything for her, Maritza – a longtime yogi who started as an Iyengar teacher and moved over to Anusara. Jo also completed a 300-hour teacher-training with Noah Maze in Los Angeles. He teaches alignment based yoga, in-depth Asana sequencing, anatomy, and Hindu Mythology.

For Jo, yoga is a way to connect with herself on a deeper level. It is a way to quiet down the noise, soften and release the resistances in the body, learn how to focus the mind and find a deep well of calm and well being within, no matter what is going on outside. She loves teaching because it constantly asks her to be the best version of herself. She loves the class environment, sharing her heart and soul with an amazing group of people. She teaches proper alignment in yoga poses and also hopes to teach students about yoga as a precious and invaluable healing practice of the body, mind, and heart and about how these tools can be used in aspects of our lives. She strives to instill in her students a trusting and healthy relationship with their bodies and relief from long held pain and injury. Lastly, she hopes that they begin to witness greatness within themselves and feel stronger and more equipped to face life with love and integrity.

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