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Back in the Saddle
Back in the Saddle

May 5, 12, 26 + June 2 @ 10:30am-12pm


the eddy yoga + wellness studio

Back in the Saddle

a gentle (re)introduction to yoga with Pam Wright FOUR-CLASS SERIES RUNS May 5, 12, 26 + June 2

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May 5, 12, 26 + June 2 @ 10:30am-12pm

the eddy yoga + wellness studio, 222 Wellington St UPPER UNIT, Wallaceburg, ON N8A 2X9, Canada



May 5, 12, 26 + June 2 from 10:30am - 12:00pm

Has it been a while since you've pulled out your yoga mat? Or maybe you're new to the practice and have been waiting for an opportunity to be joyfully, gently + non-judgementally introduced to yoga. Come join instructor Pam Wright as she ventures back to her mat for this special four-class series, based on her long-running pre-pandemic "Sunday Morning Over Easy" class. Each week, classes will feature a (re)introduction to yoga postures + breathwork designed to be accessible for any "body." This 90-minute class uses a wide variety of props to assist in gently awakening our muscles + cells to new movement, and ends with a juicy + deeply-deserved practice of relaxation.

This class is NOT the time to tell yourself that you're not "flexible enough" to do yoga, as everyone can benefit from this practice regardless of physical ability, age, body "type" or experience. We don't care about fancy gear or activewear either – please come as you are in in loose, comfortable clothing. All props are provided, but please feel free to bring your own mat if you have one - and most definitely bring some hydration. 


Sombra native Pam Wright discovered Integral Yoga 25 years ago in an East Indian lady’s basement and has been studying, practicing and teaching ever since. A journalist by trade, Pam is very curious and expanded her knowledge by studying at the Satchidananda Ashram in Virginia, achieving teaching certificates in basic, intermediate and stress management yoga. Her mentor is Swami Ramananda, who currently runs the Integral Yoga Institute in San Francisco. Pam has also studied with Judith Lasater, founder of restorative yoga in North America, and American Vinyasa founder Rod Stryker.  Her studies have taken her as far as India, Bali and Thailand. Fond of saying that ‘yoga is for everyone,’ Pam believes all can access the practice for improved health — regardless of their physical condition. Pam currently lives on a farm in south Lambton County. She’s a reporter, avid reader, nature lover and farmer.

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