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Anjali Restorative Yoga: Letting Go and Rooting Down

  • Transparent Heart Yoga 423B West Lytle Street Murfreesboro United States (map)

This is a deep nurturing style of yoga that is thoughtful and designed for intentional rest. In this practice the mind and breath are guided through gentle meditations and poses. Autumn is Vata season and it is a time to seek warmth, comfort, and a sense of stability, routine, and groundedness. Anjali Yoga emphasizes connecting the physical awareness of rest to the mental and spiritual bodies. These shapes and guided meditations are designed for embodying gratitude and de-stressing. In these 90 minutes you will feel relaxed and rejuvenated with an innate power of healing within your mind, body, and heart.


Friday, October 4th: 5:30-7:00pm

Cost: $30,

or save $$ by purchasing your 2-Pack or 3-Pack Restorative Passes for 2019! See details below

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We are offering 3 Restorative Workshops to finish out 2019. We’d like to offer you a discount if you’re interested in attending 2 of them or all 3 of them!

Coming Up:

Saturday, November 16th: 2-3:30pm Anjali Restorative Yoga: Sparking Joy and Gratitude

Saturday, December 14th: 2-3:30pm Silent Night, Holy Night, Candle Light

Single Workshop Pass: $30

2-Pack Workshop Pass: $50 saves you $10!

3-Pack workshop Pass: $60 saves you $30!

These passes are only valid for the above mentioned workshops in 2019


About Katelyn

Katelyn Carpenter first discovered yoga while studying physical therapy and realized the many health benefits to the physical postures, as well as the relaxing benefits to deep breathing and meditation. After 7 years of practicing yoga she completed the 200 hour training to become a registered yoga teacher. By combining the health benefits of yoga with medical treatments, Katelyn uses her knowledge of poses to help in the recovery of various ailments and physical imbalances. Her favorite classes to teach are Yin and Restorative Yoga for the benefits of restoring imbalances in the nervous system and relaxing the muscles of the body for optimal mind-body awareness.


Earlier Event: September 23
Autumn Equinox with Mariah
Later Event: October 6
Pocket Full of Yoga