Restorative Yogassage

Sunday, March 29
— 6-8 PM —
Restorative Yogassage
w/Lauren Gravis and Cassie Love

De-stress, relax and recharge with Lauren Gravis and Cassie Love as they whisk you away from the tension of the city. This two-hour restorative practice will be guided by Lauren as Cassie floats around the room providing hands-on assists and yogassage. Yogassage may consist of a combination of Thai massage and Yoga therapy touch. Thai massage is a unique, dynamic treatment that balances the body, boosts blood circulation and release tension to get you feeling your best self. Yoga therapy touch attempts to stimulate the body’s natural healing process, induce a deep relaxation response, and reduce pain and stress. Enjoy the delightful aromatherapy and melt into your poses.

Practicing with this combination promotes: relaxation, detoxification, flexibility, mobility, self-awareness and feelings of well-being.


Your Lead Trainers

Lauren Gravis
Cassie Love

Lauren Gravis

In teaching yoga, Lauren emphasizes that she is a student first, a teacher second. Her quest on continuous learning led her to take more training soon after her 200HR YTT. Some of which includes: yin yoga, restorative yoga, Thai Massage, meditation, and hands on assists. Her calm and compassionate approach to teaching will guide you into a state of bliss, while exploring the most authentic parts of yourself.

Cassie Love

Cassie Love is an Essential Movement Specialist. She is a E-RYT (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher) who is educated not only in yoga but also in biomechanics, Thai Massage, body and touch, psychology, restorative movement, alignment, meditation, and stress reduction. Cassie has worked with all kinds of people, and has a sensitivity to mental health and PTSD. With her nurturing and kind attitude, she assists and makes adjustments that are designed to help people move to their optimal wellness.

Reserve your spot.

Early Bird – Save $10!
$40 +HST (by March 14, 2020)
$50 +HST (after March 14, 2020)

(Please note: All workshops are non-refundable.)