Date: Monday, September 18

Time: 5:00 pm CDT

6:00 pm ET/4:00 pm  MT/3:00 pm PT

Living with a complex medical diagnosis can bring on stress in mind, body, and spirit. Join Molly in a session designed to support feeling better in the bodies we have right now! Participate in SomaYoga Therapy practices and take-home tangible tools you can use on a daily basis.

  •       Learn a series of simple seated chair-based yoga practices to soften the main stress reflexes/responses.
  •       Learn an easy stress and anxiety reset with practices from Polyvagal Theory.
  •       Tap into the tools of proprioception, exteroception, and interoception to strengthen a positive relationship with your body.
  •       Use gentle breath awareness practices and guided relaxation to build ease and resilience.

 No yoga experience required. Make sure to have a steady chair and any support for comfort. Optionally have a place to lay down for relaxation at the end of practice. This class is a combination of education and chair-based practices that will build awareness, better function and more ease in the body and mind. 


About Molly:

Molly McManus C-IAYT, E-RYT 500, somatic educator, ayurvedic health counselor, and ayurvedic chef offers private sessions, small group classes training and CE opportunities. Molly co-owns Yoga North International SomaYoga Institute, is co-founder of the methodology SomaYoga and Board President for the International Association of Yoga Therapists. Molly is inspired by the efficacy of Yoga Therapy to resolve human suffering and the ways it uncovers and supports our innate ability to thrive. As a person who manages the complex health diagnosis of EGPA herself, she shares from a platform of self-compassion and kindness and sees Yoga Therapy as the path to whole-being well-being.

Email [email protected] with any questions.