Restorative Yoga with Special Guest Teacher Melissa Smith and Cellist Evgeni Raychev
Melissa Smith is graciously detouring off the beaten path to visit Morning Glory Yoga Studios, once again, and we couldn’t be more thrilled. Don’t miss out on this special treat from an amazing teacher traveling to Nacogdoches all the way from Canada.
Restorative Yoga Session and Special Music…
Experience postures that promote deep relaxation and recuperation. The long held poses will support a strong body, mind and spirit connection with the strategic placement of Yoga props which will encourage the body to release. Props will help facilitate a soma or “living aware” experience by awakening awareness of the body within or silence those overworked areas. We will flow with a gentle movement warm up, subtle body breath work, a unique restorative sequence and finish with a deliciously long Yoga Nidra meditation. You will leave refreshed and renewed.
Place: MGY2, 409 East Main St.
Date: Sunday, 02.19.2017
Time: 1:30 – 3:30pm
Melissa Smith, Yoga Alliance ERYT® 500 in SustainableYoga, Yoga Teacher Trainer for Restorative, Prenatal and Therapeutic Yoga, Thai Yoga Massage Practitioner and AcroYoga® Level 2 Certified Teacher. Native Texan, Melissa currently lives in Calgary, Canada with her 2 sons and leads Retreats in Southeast Asia, France and the United States. Find her at MelissaSmithYoga.com, and sign up for a free Yoga Nidra.
Born in Russe, Bulgaria, cellist Evgeni Raychev holds degrees from Vesselin Stoyanov SOM (Russe, BG), Bulgarian Music Academy (Sofia, BG) and Florida State University. Currently principal of the Longview symphony, his solo and chamber music activities include performances in the USA, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Colombia, Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Costa Rica and Italy. Raychev currently teaches at Stephen F. Austin State University, TX. Raychev has recorded for Gega New Ltd. and Centaur Records, and currently plays together with his wife, Jennifer Dalmas as the Hachidori Duo, which in October of 2015 was invited to perform at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall.