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December 11, 2019 5:00 pm

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Join us on Wednesdays, at our new time of 5:00 to 6:00 p.m., in the practice of yoga. Our movement studio will feature both gentle and restorative yoga on alternating weeks beginning February 6th.

Benefits of Both Gentle & Restorative Yoga

Yoga helps to improve flexibility and mobility while increasing range of movement and reducing aches and pains. You will improve body alignment resulting in better posture and helping to relieve back, neck, joint, and muscle problems.

Yoga can ease pain. Studies have demonstrated that practicing yoga postures, meditation or a combination of both, reduced pain for people with conditions such as cancer, multiple sclerosis, auto-immune diseases and hypertension. It can also help with arthritis and other chronic conditions.

Yoga opens the way to improved concentration, coordination, reaction time and memory.

Why Restorative Yoga?

Restorative yoga uses a series of long-hold, well supported postures for inducing relaxation and relieving stress. This practice uses props to support your body so poses can be held for a longer period of time. You will learn to enjoy the stillness of your body and mind. At the end, you will feel open and refreshed!

Our instructor for Gentle & Restorative Yoga is Deborah Gullo.

A longtime yoga practitioner and teacher, Deborah Gullo’s focus in teaching yoga is on correct alignment, use of props for accessibility, and assisting students in finding balance and contentment in their individual yoga practice. She is experienced in working with all ages and levels of students.  A certified yoga teacher, Deborah has over 5,700 hours of teaching experience, maintains registry with Yoga Alliance at the ‘experienced teacher’ level, and is certified to provide continuing education courses to yoga teachers and massage therapists. With a commitment to continued personal growth and learning, she pursues ongoing yoga, meditation, and Ayurvedic studies.

Deborah shares her life and love with husband Sal – best friend, metal sculptor of fantastic things, and fixer of stuff. Together they have a son, Darin, daughter-in-love Amy, and two beautiful granddaughters, Emily and Mackenzie.

Cost to attend is $10.00. For more information, or to reserve your spot, call 352-515-6121

About Us:

Spring Hill Holistic Wellness focuses on the whole individual, bringing health to the body, mind, and spirit. Non-invasive, organic health care, whether it is the food you eat or the natural herbal medicine you take or utilizing our many services. You will see an improvement in your thinking and in your relationships, both personal and at work. We are here to address your needs and guide you to a happy and joyful life. Your local source for joyful living!

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