Nov. 11: Yoga & Acupuncture: The Perfect Team!

Yoga & Acupuncture: The Perfect Team!
w/ Amy Yapp, RYT200 &
Angela Noelle Martin, Lic.Ac., MAOM
Sunday, Nov. 11th @ 12:45 – 2:45pm
at RCY in The Loft (Acton)
$40 Pre-Registration / $50 day of workshop
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Fall is a season of transformation, when the body adjusts from the excitement and high energy of the summer, to winter, when we tend to go more inward, and the body tends to require more rest.

With the kids back in school and the holiday season fast approaching, many of us feel that rest is harder to get.  How can we nourish ourselves when there are a million things going on?

Each season is linked with an organ system in the body, and fall’s system is the lungs. That means the lungs, as it adjusts to this new season, is especially vulnerable and can need a little help finding its footing.  You may notice you move a little slower, fall allergies start to soar, or you feel more emotional; grief is the emotion associated with the lungs. Fall is also the perfect time to pay extra attention to how you are supporting and balancing your immune system.  If you tend to get sick once the colder temperatures hit, it is a good idea to plan ahead and strengthen the immune system when the lungs are the most vulnerable.

Yoga has been helping people find balance of mind, body and spirit for centuries and its impact on how we manage life’s transitions can feel downright magical. Give your body the gift of a thoughtful yoga practice crafted to rejuvenate stuck energy, release congestion and open up your being to allow for the powerful healing an acupuncture treatment brings. Ahhhhh…..

In this supportive, relaxing environment, Amy will guide you through a gentle yoga practice inspired by fourth chakra energy with a special focus on heart and lungs. Angela will treat you to a healing acupuncture treatment during savasana (final resting pose). The treatment will support the lungs and immune system while using points to help the body and mind enter a deeper state of relaxation.

Acupuncture is a modality of Chinese Medicine, and is a safe and effective way to address many health issues, using the body’s own energy system, or ‘Qi’.  Needles are one-time use and hair-thin. This workshop is appropriate for those who are experienced with acupuncture as well as those new to this healing modality. Non-insertive options are available (simply let Angela know upon arrival). We promise you will leave feeling more nourished, grounded, and rested when you leave!

Amy Yapp, RYT200, began teaching yoga in 2003, receiving her certification from Johnny Gillespie of Empowered Yoga. Always focusing on healing and prevention, Amy’s teaching has a strong foundation built upon alignment-based poses and tension relieving breath work to restore and empower her students. She recently became certified as a Roll Model Method Practitioner and loves to incorporate the self-healing techniques of myofascial release into her teachings. Amy has been receiving and recommending acupuncture for 20 years, so this workshop is especially near and dear to her heart!

Angela Noelle Martin, Lic.Ac., MAOM, is a Licensed Acupuncturist, Chinese Herbalist, and Health and Wellness Coach.  She had a practice for 10 years in Copley Square, Boston, and is now thrilled to be practicing locally at the Wellness Center at West Acton Villageworks.  She loves to help people elevate themselves through wellness practices, (yoga especially), and personal growth.  It is her mission to help her clients and patients step into their light and live their lives according to their standards-beautifully, powerfully, and fully!


Revolution Community Yoga
537 Massachusetts Avenue
Acton, MA 01720
info@YogaActon.com
978-274-5596