In 2016, I suffered the loss of my mother; and in 2017, the sudden loss of my younger brother. During this time, I found it difficult to attend a regular yoga class, and my practice changed. It became much slower and self nurturing…a meditative practice of mindful movement and breath. As I age I am understanding more deeply that grief is a natural and organic part of life and love. Healing grief requires self compassion, time and attention to our hearts. Yoga eases and can provide a lifelong foundation for centering and relief during difficult times.
Lynne Harley is now retired from her profession in Social Work and Life Skills Coaching. Over the years much of her work involved creating and facilitating empowerment programs for adults. She is a 200 RYT Certified Yoga Teacher, registered with Yoga Alliance International. In August of 2018, Lynne completed 85 hours of Restorative Yoga Therapeutics Teacher Training at Semperviva Yoga Studio in Vancouver, B.C
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