Yin Yoga & Mindfulness Meditation
Virtual Zoom Classes by Donation
In this time of unprecedented uncertainty, our practice is a refuge.
Join me for weekly Yin Yoga & Mindfulness classes via Zoom. These teachings are a nectar that can keep us nourished while fortifying our resolve.
In the Buddhist tradition of dana, I offer some classes by donation. Dana means generosity or alms and refers to the custom that teachers accept donations offered freely by students rather than set a price on their teachings.
With a heartfelt bow, I offer these classes for dana so that those with financial insecurity can access these essential practices. Suggested dana is: $5-$15. Choose "Pay What You Want" during check out.
* Try to sign up at least a half hour before start time to allow for plenty of time for the email with the Zoom link to arrive in your inbox. Check your SPAM and Promotions folders if you can't find the confirmation. *
Class Cancellation: Due to snow-related internet outage, class on Monday, January 3rd, 2022 has been cancelled. We'll see you on Jan 10!
Jennifer O'Sullivan: Jennifer deeply believes in the power of yoga and meditation to nurture the human spirit and promote radical and meaningful change in our lives and in our society. She views the work we do on our mats and cushions as “lab time” where we practice the methods that help us show up in the world with a more open heart. With a potent blend of ancient wisdom teachings and contemporary spiritual psychology, Jennifer's mission is to help others cultivate the inner resources of resilience, courage, and genuine happiness.
Jennifer has been teaching in the Washington, DC area for 17 years. Along the way, she's had the great privilege to study with exemplary yoga teachers from a number of disciplines but her biggest influences are Don and Amba Stapleton of Nosara Yoga Institute and Sarah Powers’ Insight Yoga approach to Yin Yoga, Buddhism, Taoism, and Spiritual Psychology. Click here to learn more about Jennifer and her approach.