with Alivia Cetas and Natalie Bowker
Sunday, March 11th (5:30 – 7:30pm)
at Sellwood Yoga

$20 for the workshop

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Designed for people impacted by cancer as an opportunity to create healing and body wellness, our practice will focus on slow movement, stretching and strengthening postures as well as working on body acceptance, restorative poses and mindfulness. In all parts of this meditative and movement practice, we will connect our breath, body and spirit. Yogis of all ages, sizes and levels (including students new to yoga) are welcome to attend, as are those with injuries and therapeutic needs. Any comfortable clothing is appropriate.

Instructor — Alivia Cetas

In her personal practice, Alivia has found yoga grounding and illuminating. As a physician, she appreciates the alignment, balance, and renewal from yoga. Alivia sees yoga as a valuable resource for those around her, nourishing the mind and body. She is grateful to Sellwood Yoga’s 200-hour teacher training program and excited to share yoga with others.

Instructor — Natalie Bowker

Natalie Bowker

Natalie began practicing Yoga in her 20s and has had the opportunity to practice Yoga in many unique communities around the world. Whether she was teaching poses as a wilderness guide for at-risk youth, in an OB/GYN clinic with pregnant mamas, or with her two daughters in her own living room, Yoga has played a significant role for over half her life. Natalie is passionate about building inner strength from the way we think about and move in our bodies. She believes Yoga offers the opportunity to reduce stress and create healthier connections with ourselves and our world around us.
You will find her Yoga classes weave in elements of humor, compassion, and stillness. Natalie enjoys encouraging yet challenging her students to grow both in mind and body. Now that she has completed her 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training course at Sellwood Yoga, she plans to continue on to get certified in Pre/postnatal Yoga at Blooma Studio.
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