6:30 - 9:00pm
Are you ready for an evening of sisterhood, self-love, and body acceptance? Join us for a women only nude yoga circle! Together we will co-create a safe, supportive space for us to unite as women while shedding layers of conditioning and insecurities. The event will include a gentle heart opening yoga flow, a visualization meditation, and a connective sharing circle all within the studio’s heated and softly lit room.
All you need to bring is:
-Your favorite yoga mat
-A mat towel
-A water bottle
-A robe or kimono to wear before we practice
-A blanket or sarong
-Your authentic self
Please arrive 15 minutes early in order to set up your mat & towel, change into your robe or kimono, and get comfortable.
- Register Here for your single ticket: $35 per person (advance pricing) / $45 per person (day-of pricing)
- Register Here for yourself & a friend: $60 for two (advance pricing only)
*Must be 18+
*ALL women are welcome to the circle! We embrace diversity & inclusion and celebrate differences. This circle is for self identifying women of all sizes, shapes, colors, cultures, ethnicities, orientations, marital status, etc.
If you have any questions regarding the event, please reach out to Rory & Miranda directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Rory & Miranda:
Both Rory (200 RYT) and Miranda have been practicing yoga since 2014. Fascinated with the human mind, they graduated university with a degree in Psychology & Social Behavior. Since January 2019, they’ve been furthering their education with a 600-hr Coaching Certification in Love, Holistic Sex, and Conscious Relationships with a specialization in Women’s Empowerment. Growing up in a society with an unrealistic beauty standard, they’ve each struggled with their own body image issues and insecurities. They sought to find reverence & love within their own mind, body, & soul and discovered both women’s circles and spending time nude to be profoundly healing. Their highest vision is for all women to feel normal, powerful, inspired, loved, held, and at home in their bodies.
Flyer Photo Credits: Her Place Is In & All Womxn Project