Bring Health Home

Muir Beach, CA, United States

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lizzy mello
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Sep 17 - 17, 2016
Group size: 10-20
Bring Health Home
Muir Beach, CA, United States

lizzy mello
  • Email address verified

$125
Sep 17 - 17, 2016
Group size: 10-20

About this trip

Join Britt Barrett and Lizzy Mello on a daylong adventure to Muir Beach. Focusing on ancient self-care practices in the Yogic and Ayurvedic traditions, we will learn how to incorporate simple and powerful healing tools into our every day lives. Kicking off the morning with an energizing yoga class led by Lizzy, we will stay toasty and warm by the big fire place at the Muir beach Community Center. The day will progress with a discussion on the principles of Ayurveda, a lively cooking demo, a delicious home cooked lunch, some light hiking and self care sharing circles. Rumor has is Britt will be making her famous coconut chai for us to enjoy, and she may even tell you her secret recipe! ;) Regardless if you are new to yoga or a seasoned practitioner please feel welcome to join. Lizzy and Britt will make this a nourishing and accessible experience for all who attend.

What’s included

September 17th, 2016: Bring Health Home

Daylong includes:

- Extended yoga practice and meditation

- Ayurvedic cooking class with live demonstration

- Light hiking around Muir Beach

- Herbal teas, snacks and a delicious vegetarian lunch

- Closing circle and meditation

- The tools you need to bring these health practices into your daily life

Cost is $125 per person and includes lunch, tea and snacks.

9am-4pm


Not included

- Transportation to Muir Beach

- Bottled water

- Accomodation, this is NOT and overnight retreat

Before You Go

Pack sunscreen, check weather and gas up!

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lizzy mello
Lizzy’s teaching is inspired primarily by the Krishnamacharya lineage, which emphasizes practicing from where you are. Krishnamacharya's themes of breath inspired movement and personalized practice have resonated throughout her yoga journey. She has also studied Tantra, Ayurveda and Buddhist meditation, she finds overlap and enormous value in all of these teachings. Yoga has been and continues to be a journey of peace, self-healing and fulfillment. She wants all bodies - stiff or bendy, strong or fragile, big or small - to know there is an appropriate yoga practice for them if they are willing to find it, and that movement is medicine! Aside from personal practice, her most influential teachers are Alice Joanou (Oakland, CA) and Marimar Moreno (B.C.S. Mexico). She's drawn enormous inspiration from her travels and life abroad as well as her family and husband Colin. Lizzy is recognized by the Yoga Alliance at 2 levels: E-RYT 200, RYT 500