Please join us on the third Saturday of every month for an AromaYoga workshop from 2 pm to 3:30 pm. A blend of gentle yin and restorative poses will be enhanced by essential oils selected for each month’s practice by Amanda Hill, a certified yoga teacher and DoTERRA Wellness Advocate.

This month’s AromaYoga is on Saturday, April 16. The cost of the workshop is $30. To register for this workshop, please log into your Rishi Yoga account and look for AromaYoga under the Workshops tab. If you don’t have a Rishi Yoga account, you can create one here: http://rishiyogareno.com/register/ (click on “register for classes”).

AromaYoga workshops are adaptable to suit a variety of yoga experiences and abilities. Yoga and essential oils are two strategies that can help create personal balance and alignment. Yoga can move stagnant energy, open awareness, calm the mind, relax the body and restore equilibrium in a practice space that is entirely about you and your individual needs. Essential oils provide the body and mind with what is needed for physiological balance and healing.

April’s workshop will create a space for letting go and humbly guiding the body to move out of what is no longer needed. Amanda will lead students through a mellow flow practice of gentle twists, paired with energizing citrus scent, continuing with a guided meditation and restorative poses, paired with grounding aromas to root in the practice.

About Amanda

“Let yourself be silently drawn by the strange pull of what you really love. It will not lead you astray.” ~Rumi

As a former NICU nurse I have a deep passion to integrate western and eastern medicine with a focus to bring it back to the individual! I found my tribe and home at Rishi Yoga in spring of 2013. My yoga journey brought me face to face with the raw and authentic version of myself I had been hiding for years. My experience at Rishi Yoga inspired me to start yoga teacher training, which I completed in spring 2015. I found my new path in healing through essential oils from doTERRA while battling celiac disease, which was not only taking away my Italian love of food but affecting my heart and fertility. Including essential oils as part of my practice quickly evolved into powerful workshops that help people relax and center with the power of AromaYoga.

“The only way to make sense our of change is to plunge into it, move with it, and join the dance.” – Alan W. Watts