Healing Through Mindfulness & Restorative Yoga
Sunday April 2 @ 400pm SOLD OUT
Just Added – 630pm

About the Series
Enjoy 1 or all 3 in series

In this series you’ll be led through a sequence of theme-based restorative yoga poses with mindfulness guidance to help calm down the chattering mind so you can rest, relax and let go of tension and stress. Mindfulness combined with restorative yoga can also help you to come home to your body, in the present moment, where healing, happiness and life are available. Some hands on Shamballa Reiki & massage will be also given in class. All levels of practitioners are welcome. Requirement: your lovely smile.

  • Sunday, March 19 4-6pm: Hip Opening Restorative Yoga – SOLD OUT
  • Sunday, March 26 4-6pm: Heart Opening Restorative Yoga- SOLD OUT
  • Sunday, April 2 4-6pm: Twist & Forward Fold Restorative Yoga- SOLD OUT

New Series Added Due to Popularity

  • Sunday, March 19 630-830pm: Hip Opening Restorative Yoga
  • Sunday, March 26 630-830pm: Heart Opening Restorative Yoga
  • Sunday, April 2 630-830pm: Twist & Forward Fold Restorative Yoga

All Samatva workshops, events & programs are non refundable and non transferrable within 48 hours of session start date.

EMAIL: questions@yogasamatva.com

VIEW: studio policies & etiquette

space available

Sunday March 19, 26 & April 2/17 @ 400pm & Just Added – 630pm

2 hours

WEST END | 836 Gardiners Rd, Kingston ON | 613 384 MIND (6463)

Investment: $30 each or $75 for all 3

Infinity Member? 20% off
enter promocode: INFINITY20 @ checkout

register | $30 – 1 session
register | $75 – all 3 sessions

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Hang Nhan & Sarah M
of Saigon Om
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Hang Nhan & Sarah M
of Saigon Om
Sarah Martin and Hang Nhan, founders of saigon om - a holistic wellness school offering Yoga Alliance 200-hour yoga & mindfulness teacher training and retreats, Tai Chi teacher training, Reiki and massage training. They travel and offer training in Australia, South East Asia and Canada.

Sarah and Hang follow the teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh, Zen teacher & poet. They regularly visit Plum Village Monastery in various parts of the world to deepen their mindfulness practice. Committed to the mindfulness path, they are currently practicing towards ordination of the “Order of Interbeing”, which is a community of monastics and lay people who have committed to living their lives in accord with the Fourteen Mindfulness Trainings, a wonderful blend of traditional Buddhist morality and contemporary social concerns.


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