A Creative Yin & Yang Yoga Workshop

Write It Down, Dog

Write It Down, Dog

A Creative Yin & Yang Yoga Workshop


When: Sunday, 4:30 PM (1.5 hrs)

Description

This workshop is for the creatively inflexible, energetically frustrated and expressively challenged. Take this time to safely explore the junction between art and movement. Notice how time becomes irrelevant when you are immersed inside of the flow state. Better yet, enjoy the ultimate timeout in this half-yoga, half-writing workshop. Join Carly as she guides a soothing, but ink-vigorating yin (and yang) yoga practice that tangles into a playful, informative exploration into Creative Writing 101. Bring your notebook and favourite pen. Leave class feeling revived, alive and ready to dive into your own creative journey.


Presented by:

Carly Greene Hill-VYC Presenter

presenter

Carly Greene Hill

Carly is an eager and enthusiastic community connector. She is passionate about supporting communication and connection through efficiency and excitement. Carly designs events and executes projects that bring people together. She contributes her knowledge, passion and love of the arts into her new job, working as an Operations Assistant for a locally-based non-profit, with the goal of empowering communities across British Columbia.

Carly graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Victoria with a double major in Psychology and Gender Studies, focusing largely on social justice through an intersectional framework. During her graduating year, she was awarded the Jamie Cassels Undergraduate Research Award for her contribution to knowledge about food sustainability in Victoria. She has worked with a variety of local entrepreneurs and organizations on social impact and health & wellness initiatives, such as the Victoria Yoga Conference and TEDxVictoria. She completed her RYT-300 at Ajna Yoga College, unexpectedly infatuated with a more mellow pace of yoga. Carly specializes in yin, slow flow and sassy vinyasa practices that infuse creativity and freedom. She also performs as a spoken word artist, celebrating self-expression and vulnerability.