An invitation to connect! Connect with your body, your breath, this moment, and with the community around you.
Join Rachel O’Connor and members of The Hivery community for a midday gentle yoga class. Rachel will guide you through simple yoga poses that are synchronized with your breath so that your yoga will become a moving meditation. After your time together, you will feel calm and connected. This gentle session is designed to fit into your workday - we welcome you to dress comfortably and experience yoga in your work clothes. No prior yoga experience required. Everyone is welcome to join.
As seats are limited, advance online registration is required. Free for members. $20 for non-members. All are welcome!
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Wellness Wednesday is one of The Hivery's weekly member events. Mark your calendar for Wednesdays from 12:30-1:00pm to join this program.
We know that life happens and things change. We will gladly offer you a full refund for a workshop or event when requested via email to firstname.lastname@example.org at least seven days prior to the event. Please note that no refunds will be given to cancellations made within a week of a workshop or event.
+ A note about Photography/Videography
We love sharing beautiful moments that happen at The Hivery and often take photos and/or videos at events and workshops. Your entry at The Hivery constitutes implied consent to be captured and/or published by The Hivery lens. If you are camera shy, please let our staff know so we can seat you accordingly.
About Rachel O’Connor
Rachel O’Connor is a certified yoga instructor and has been teaching yoga and mindfulness for 13 years, both in group and private settings. Rachel completed her initial certification with Alan Finger in New York City. She went on to do an additional 500-hour training with Robin Rothenberg at the Essential Yoga Therapy program in Seattle. She has done workshops and trainings with Nischala Joy Devi, Amy Weinberg, Mukunda Stiles, Rod Stryker, Mark Stephens, and Street Yoga. The training with Street Yoga prepared her to work with at-risk youth and with teens undergoing addiction treatment, which she did for three years while living in Seattle. Rachel now lives in California and teaches privately so that she can adapt each session to meet her client’s specific needs. Rachel is expanding her current practice to include working with youth again. She is passionate about helping kids and teens find the tools they need to help them navigate the daily challenges and stressors that they face. Rachel lives in Mill Valley with her sweet Golden, Sandy.