Time 7-8:30p, with optional potluck and bonfire to follow
Cost $10-15 sliding scale
What to bring A water bottle, a blanket or chair to sit on, yoga mat and any props you need (if attending yoga class), and a potluck dish if you plan to stay afterwards.
Location Tenderfoot Farm, 25 min west of Asheville. Address: Frog Holler Cv, Canton, NC 28716
Weather Policy Events will be held on a grassy rise overlooking garden and farm. In the case of inclement weather, we may opt to cancel. For weather closings, please return to this web page for a cancellation notice.
Refund Policy Please let us know within 24 hours of the start of the event if you will be unable to attend, so that we can give your spot to another person and refund your payment.About the Teacher, Ceiara Cartony: After over 10 years of yoga practice, I became a 200hr certified Hatha yoga teacher in 2014 at the Lotus Pond in Tampa, Florida. My classes focus on alignment, alongside utilizing the breath with movement and intertwining the 8 limbs philosophy. Finding stillness & allowing the mind to disconnect from distraction through meditation technique is essential in every one of my classes. What initially began as a physical goal, my practice has evolved into recognizing the beautiful unveiling that yoga offers with yoga ethics. I aspire to outline the importance of yoga's entirety when teaching, creating an impact of mystery and yearning to learn more. My goal is to keep students coming back to explore & blossom their truest self. Teaching outdoors is something that gives the yoga practice an experience like no other. In addition to Yoga on the Farm, I lead classes for Namaste in Nature, and yoga in the park at Carrier Park, Asheville. I am also a mama to 2 daughters who I home school & we can always be found adventuring in the wilderness!
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