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Sunday, July 13 • 3:00pm - 4:30pm
The Lion's Den - Roots Reggae Flow

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Limited Capacity seats available

Roots reggae, with its distinctive sound and slow beat, is considered by some a form of gospel music as it invites deep gratitude, reflection and love. In our yoga practice we can search for the same things. Using a connection to the sounds of reggae and our breath, come and let the music ease you through a sweet and slow vinyasa flow that uses elements of a restorative practice. We'll use this final session of the weekend to assimilate the work we have done, the bliss we have cultivated and the deep connection to community we feel. Geared to all levels of practitioner.

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Gretchen Campos

Director of Operations, Greener Postures Yoga
Gretchen Campos has cherished the practice of asana since just about the first time she was on a mat. Through exploring yoga and developing a deeper awareness of the whole practice, she was able to find consistency and stability in her life and thanks all the fellow students she has... Read More →


Fitzie Niceness

Fitzroy “Fitzie Niceness” Francis was born in Manchester, Jamaica. In the summer of 1977 he moved to Brooklyn, NY. It was during his High School years, while listening to the music of Lone Ranger and Yellowman, that Fitzie was inspired to become a DJ. He was also inspired to start... Read More →

Sunday July 13, 2014 3:00pm - 4:30pm EDT
Savasana Tent East End Community School, Portland, ME