with Ariel Hart and Nicole Cranston
Saturday, June 1st (1:00 – 3:30pm)
at Sellwood Yoga

$50 for the workshop ($40 for those with a Sellwood Yoga autopay membership; email info@sellwoodyoga.com prior to registering to get the discount)

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Immerse yourself in a practice designed to realign and balance the chakras (energy centers). We’ll weave invigorating vinyasa flow into longer-held yin and restorative poses, creating a spacious awakening within.


  • Vinyasa flow to unite breath with intention and movement
  • Deeply opening yin poses to restore balance and release tension
  • Longer-held restorative poses to nurture and soothe
  • Pranayama (breath work)
  • Mantra (chanting) and sound healing
  • Guided meditation
  • Reiki, a hands-on Japanese energetic healing technique (by Ariel Hart, a certified Reiki Master)

Class size limited to 16 people to ensure a deeply healing experience for all participants. Preregistration kindly appreciated.

Instructor — Ariel Hart

Ariel Hart

Ariel Hart is a former L.A./Seattle-based healer and artist who has recently returned to her magical roots here in Portland. She is a certified yoga instructor (2007, Yoga Union) and a Reiki Master (2012, Northwest Healing Studio) and integrates the two practices to attain deeper levels of healing.

Ariel offers weekly classes, workshops, and private sessions that may incorporate a variety of therapeutic tools, such as Reiki (energy healing), sound therapy, essential oil or herbal clearings, and charged stones/crystals. Ariel is passionate about sharing energy work and is the co-founder of “U:nite” a not for profit group in Seattle that hosted public alternative healing events.

For more information or to book a custom healing session for you or a group, visit www.arielhart.space.


Instructor — Nicole Cranston

Nicole Cranston

Nicole Cranston began practicing yoga in the mid-90s, and as a 2010 graduate of The Bhaktishop School of Yoga, she is overjoyed to share the practice of yoga with the community.

Dance and gymnastics were a huge part of her childhood, and she believes the movement in yoga provides an outlet that brings deeper meaning to motion—that what we practice on the mat directly influences and guides us in the world we live in, as we aim for balance and harmony.

In daily life and in the studio, she strives to share yoga in an honest and enthusiastic way. By emphasizing breath with movement, balance, and flexibility, students build a strong foundation from which their practice can evolve. Everyone comes to yoga for their own reasons. Nicole’s wish is to open the door further by encouraging students to move from a place of truth and smile along the path of discovery.


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