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Come join us for a one-of-a-kind experience … Cannabis infused Flow and Roll Rooftop Session. This unique event pairs legal cannabis with energetic alignment flow & bodyrolling, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in a deep connection between your mind and body.
Our intention is to create a peaceful and mindful experience that will enhance your practice and help you tap into the benefits of cannabinoids to help release and restore the body combined with our physical practice of flow & roll.
Through a series of yoga postures, we invite you to explore your body and connect with your breath on a deeper level. We believe that adding cannabis to this practice can help to calm the mind and release tension, allowing you to fully relax and engage with your practice. You will release muscles more fully while rolling and experience a blissed out relaxation.
Come join us for an evening of zen vibes, mindful exploration, and deep connection with your body. Reserve your spot now for an unforgettable experience in this blissed out event.
We are excited to partner with Seattle Based company Local Harvest to embark on a journey of relaxation, revitalization, and wellness that honors the synergy of yoga practice and Local Harvest cannabis products. Local Harvest is an artesian Seattle cannabis company established in 2021 and they strive to create and celebrate unique elevated experiences, sustainability, and community. Local Harvest THC and CBD product lines are expertly blended in house using botanical terpenes and quality cannabis to create a smooth flavor experience every time.
Doors open at 6:15pm
6:30-7:00pm – Presentation & cannabis product tasting by Local Harvest (in Studio)
7:00-8:00pm Flow & Roll session w/ Datza & Tiffany (Rooftop)
Space is limited to 12 participants (must be 21), early registration is highly suggested. In case of rain, cold temperatures, heavy wind or bad air quality, the class will take space at the studio.
Investment in you: $47 general admission, $41 early bird (valid through 9/7), 15% off studio members (those who are on auto pay and 1 year prepaid plan). In case of low temperatures, heavy winds, rain and/ or bad air quality event will fully take place in the studio.
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Body Rolling is a type of self myofascial release. A powerful self-help tool developed as a way to give yourself the incredible effects of a massage or bodywork session. Feel your stress & tension melt away as you roll on the ball. Release & lengthen tight muscles. Relax and restore your body. You will walk away feeling amazing.
Myofascial Release (MFR) is a rejuvenating practice that can bring a deep sense of release and relaxation to the body. By using gentle pressure and rolling techniques, it can help to alleviate tension and tightness in the muscles, promoting greater flexibility and range of motion. It is an excellent complement to a regular practice, allowing for a deeper connection to the body and a greater ability to move with ease and grace. It can help to promote overall health and wellness, allowing you to feel more grounded and centered in your daily life.
Similar to getting a massage you can experience release and rejuvenation, as you work to release the tightness and knots in your muscles, promoting greater relaxation and ease throughout the body. MFR can help to improve circulation, reduce inflammation, and promote a greater sense of overall wellbeing. It is an excellent addition to your wellness routine, helping you to feel more balanced and centered.
Cannabis, also known as marijuana, has been used for centuries as a medicinal herb in various cultures around the world. It can be helpful in modalities which emphasize mind-body connection and holistic healing.
Cannabis can be used to enhance meditation and relaxation, as well as to help relieve pain and inflammation. Some practitioners believe that cannabis can also help to increase awareness and connect with the higher self, allowing for a deeper and more meaningful yoga practice.