Savannah Pearce - Sanctuary Therapeutic Yoga
Therapeutic Yoga January Sessions
We welcome Savannah to Balance Everywear's Movement Room. Savannah's Therapeutic Yoga Class will run on Monday and Tuesday evenings at 7 pm.
Therapeutic Yoga is a gentle approach that invites students to come into a safe space whether they have injuries, restricted mobility, or are just looking for a relaxing and supportive practice. In these classes props are our friends; meaning that we work with blocks, bolsters, straps, and sometimes the wall to ensure that we aren’t over exerting our bodies while protecting any injuries we may have. Essentially, we use breath work, supported posturing, as well as one on one adjustments to focus in on proper alignment with the body to begin our process of healing.
This is a registered class and guaranteed maximum six to eight students per session.
For registration and if you have questions about Therapeutic Yoga, please reach out to Savannah.
Beginners Pre-Natal Yoga
**Next class - Friday, December 14 at 5:30 - 6:30 pm**
Where are all my hot mamas to be at?! Let’s stretch those muscles that are doing SO much work and begin the process of getting ready for the big day! In these two classes we will be focussing on breath work to help throughout the delivery process, as well as some wonderful stretching and strengthening for your miraculous bodies 🙌🏻
PM or email me to hold a spot and for payment details 🤝
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Savannah Pearce has been practicing yoga for 10 years, her passion led her to Canggu, Bali in 2014 to receive a 200 hour teacher training to become certified with a background in Hatha yoga. Coming from an athletic background, she acquired a scholarship to New York and played lacrosse there for a Division 1 NCAA team while in University, where she studied International Business. She has lived in many places around the World, always finding a beach or sanctuary to continue and grow her own yoga practice. While connecting with different yoga practices and practitioners all around the world and bringing home that knowledge to share with others.
Recently, she has found a new passion within the world of Therapeutic Yoga and has been working closely with students with injuries or less mobility who need that extra care in classes. Focussing on support in postures with props, as well as adjustments, and proper alignment to create a safe space for all those who deserve to indulge in the mind, body, and soul healing that yoga is.
200 hour RYS teacher training
Yoga Alliance certified
Member of the Yoga Association of Alberta