Make the Most of Your Hot Yoga Practice On and Off the Mat - A Perspective from a Naturopathic Physician and Dedicated Yogini
early bird: $40
$50 after September 1st
This workshop is designed and lead by naturopathic physician, Dr. Sarah Sue Myers, ND.
The benefits and risks of a hot yoga practice
Environmental medicine perspective of the detoxification pathways of the body,
How hot yoga supports healthy detoxification within the body and specific nutrition in order to support these detoxification pathways
Nutritional guidelines for pre- and post-hot yoga practice
Utilizing hydrotherapy techniques to increase hot yoga benefits.
Exploration and discussion on why we do hot yoga,
Restoring ourselves within the practice, how to integrate the challenges and lessons of a hot yoga practice off the mat
Working to cultivate a healthy culture and healthy relationship with self within a hot yoga practice.
Dr. Sarah Sue Myers, ND has been practicing yoga for over 14 years. Her yoga practice has supported her through many adventures and challenges in life, including wild land firefighting, Peace Corps in Morocco, naturopathic medical school at Bastyr University and the first couple years of practicing naturopathic medicine. She carries her yoga practice with her as an invaluable tool, wherever she goes.
Since graduation in 2014, she has provided naturopathic care in Southern Oregon, NE Nevada, as well as the Seattle area. Her private practice, Journey Home Healing, is located in Shoreline, WA, where she offers medicals services including primary / general care, chronic and acute illness, craniosacral therapy, visceral manipulation, hydrotherapy, homeopathy and more. She always works to provide comprehensive, thorough & holistic healthcare to all of her patients.
Dr. Sarah Sue has had the opportunity to instruct yoga while living in Nevada and participates in the We Yoga community, including teaching health-related classes and workshops. She holds a passion for cultivating healing, supportive communities, teaching and sharing knowledge with others, and working to empower those to take health into their own hands, whether in the clinical setting, the classroom or on the mat.