Soulful Horse, Yoga, Meditation & Gong
Our beginner yoga class with meditation and gong is a safe place to come and try out yoga whether you're an experienced yogi or it's your first time. No experience needed.
This year We will be hosting guest yoga instructors for each class. Read their individual bio below.
All classes will take place in the arena or an outdoor pasture with three to five horses. You'll be inside a fenced pen to keep the horses at a safe distance yet close enough for you to enjoy their peaceful energy.
Horses move through the world with a beautiful balanced vibration. Spending time in their presence opens us to the space of experiencing the impact energy has on our well being.
Your yoga instructors: We will be hosting guest yoga instructors for each class. Read the bio on each instructor below.
Your Horse, Meditation and Gong Guide: Linda Kent Bruce
Monday, May 3rd
Monday, June 7th
Monday, Sept 6th - Instructor: Ash
Monday, Oct 4th - Instructor: Carina
Time: 6:45 pm - 8:30 pm (we will begin promptly at 6:45)
Location: Soulful Prairies, 4706 Alden Rd, Woodstock IL 60098
Each class is $35
6:45 - 7:00 sign in, settle in, meet the horses and take photos
7:00 - Phones away - yoga begins
7:50 - Move into mediation and Gong
8:20 - Time with the horses and to take photos
8:30 - Leave rejuvenated
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You are holding a spot, so reservations for this event are nonrefundable.
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Linda Kent Bruce
Linda owns and runs Soulful Prairies. Her passion is bringing humans and horses together to create an environment of discovery while finding the healing powers that exist within each of us.
After being diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder, Katie turned to yoga for healing. This ignited her interest in yoga and set her on a path to teaching. Katie completed a 200-hour yoga certification in May 2016. Katie now teaches Hatha yoga and stand up paddle board yoga, and she loves helping people find joy in moving their bodies.
Ash has been a yoga practitioner for three years and has her Yoga Alliance 200-hr certification. Ash believes in living a life filled with joy and gratitude. These feelings inform and guide her teaching and practice, which is focused on helping her students better connect to themselves and their surroundings. Join Ash for her class at Soulful Prairies and start leading a healthier lifestyle!
In the spring of 2017 Carina celebrated the completion of her first 200hrs of yogic studies at Perennial Yoga Wisdom School in Madison, WI. Carina's tenacious curiosity brought her to yoga and is what allows her to continuously unearth new ways to perceive the world. She wants to share her curiosities with others by cultivating an ever-present field for questions regarding the movement of the body, the intricacies of the mind, and the mystery of the spirit that lives in all beings. Her enthusiasm for the use of props to enhance asanas allows her slow flow Vinyasa style to be accessible to all students. She is enchanted by the way each of the elements manifests throughout the practice of yoga and honors these phenomena by encouraging a playful yet reverent space to experiment. Currently, you can attend a class of Carina’s upstairs at the Woodstock Yoga Lounge right on the Woodstock Square Historic District!
Cara Chang Mutert, E-RYT 500
Cara is owner/director of The Yoga Lounge in Woodstock, IL, which she founded in 2004. Cara’s teaching style is Iyengar alignment-based, gentle, meditative, organic, flowing and therapeutic in nature. She leads yoga teacher training programs and international yoga retreats, serves as Assistant Editor to Yoga Chicago Magazine and has been on the faculty of McHenry County College since 2007, creating and instructing the first credited Yoga courses at the college. She is a senior yoga teacher, with more than 25 years of study, 10,000 hours of teaching experience and 1000 hours of training through Prairie Yoga, Temple of Kriya Yoga, Chicago and Prajna Yoga, Santa Fe. Her primary teachers are Master Teachers Gabriel Halpern and Tias Little.