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Shannon Hennerfeind

Shannon began practicing yoga nearly 20 years ago. After several stops and starts, she found her way back to yoga for good after a high-risk twin pregnancy. After devoting her energy to her family she recognized the need for self-care. She realized that a daily yoga practice allowed her become a more balanced and complete individual. What started as a way to get fit became a way of life.
 

On the urging from one of her own teachers to expand her practice further, Shannon completed her RYT 200 certification in 2016. Shannon draws influence from many different styles of yoga, from Ashtanga to Yin, but believes that attention to breath is the tie that binds all yoga styles. From the breath, she feels that each student can happily and healthfully reach his or her potential, on the mat and off. She enjoys weaving the stories of traditional yogic philosophy with relatable, current themes. It's Shannon's goal to give each student a taste of the clarity that yoga has brought to her.



Shannon Hennerfeind instructs the following:
  • Slow Flow
  • Build a stronger body while releasing tension and flow your way into inner peace. This mindful and slow flow class is great for those searching for a relaxing yoga experience through movement with breath awareness. This class is suitable for beginner yogis however the most experienced yoga practitioner will also be challenged, as sometimes less is more. Room temperature is set at 80 degrees.
     
    *Essential oils or incense could be used in all yoga classes.

  • Midweek Yin Hour
  • Yin Yoga places focus not on the opening and flexibility of our muscles, but instead on our often-restricted and overlooked system of connective tissue, such as fascia, tendons, and ligaments, especially in the lower body, and allows with consistent practice a freedom of movement and energy flow to result. Postures are approached with cold muscles and the help of props, and are held with focused breath for 3-5 minutes before switching sides, and 'flows' of postures to heat the body are not used. With consistent Yin yoga practice, chronic pains and restrictions of movements may resolve and open, and automatic responses to daily stressors have an opportunity to be shifted and honed. This deep practice has a powerful effect on both our range of motion and our nervous system that is well worth consistent weekly practice! 
     
    *note: Due to the nature of connective tissue work and the hormonal changes in the body that influence connective tissue, this practice is not appropriate during pregnancy.
     
    *Essential oils or incense could be used in all yoga classes.

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