with Nicole Cranston
Saturday, March 17th (1:30 – 3:30pm)
at Sellwood Yoga

$25 early registration by March 11th, $30 after. Limited to 16 students.

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Wake yourself from winter’s slumber and welcome the season of new beginnings with a thorough, warming, and cleansing vinyasa yoga practice. Vinyasa means to place in special way and in this two-hour guided class, we will use pranayama (breath work) and asana (physical postures) to inspire a greater sense of well-being and reconnect to our highest intentions.

“Light is an invitation to happiness, and that happiness, when it’s done right, is a kind of holiness, palpable and redemptive” – Mary Oliver

Instructor — Nicole Cranston


Nicole began practicing yoga in the mid-90′s 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 where 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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