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Trailside Yoga
with Kim Favro

Tuesday, August 22, 6pm - 8pm

Albert Family Community Forest

120 Hayes Road
East Nassau, NY 12062

$10 suggested donation; 
any amount is welcome. 

Registration required - space is limited, so register early.
To register, click on the link below. 

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About this outing
We will gather near the cabin by the parking area at Albert Family Community Forest and begin with a warmup practice on the mat. We will then take a walk along the trail, where we will be incorporating yoga movements in various locations. We will work on breathing techniques and postures along the way. We'll wrap up the evening by returning to the mats for restorative poses and meditation. Participants can expect a grounding and centering experience as we combine yoga with mindful walking in nature. 

What to expect & what to bring

This outing will involve approximately 2 hours of yoga, mindful walking, and meditation in the woods. Please bring a yoga mat or towel, water, snacks, and fotwear appropriate for walking on the trails. 

About the outing leader

Kim is a 500 Hour Certified Yoga Teacher, a 200 Hour Registered Yoga Teacher through Yoga Alliance and a Restorative Justice Trainer and Facilitator. She has been teaching yoga since 2018 and facilitating restorative and community circles since 2012; she finds that yoga is a wonderful way to heal, connect, and get curious about the self and others. Kim teaches Hatha and Vinyasa styles of yoga, and has been teaching at an outdoor venue for five years. She is also a counselor who creates and delivers mindfulness lessons to middle and high school level students, which includes chair yoga and meditation. Kim recently taught a workshop at the Sky High Adventure Center, which combined yoga, chakra teachings, journaling, and community circle sharing. Kim loves exploring the RPA trails and is very excited to merge yoga and walking trails, which she hopes will be a unique and nurturing experience for participants.

Questions

If you have questions or would like more information, contact Kim at kim@rensselaerplateau.org.



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