Building Your Personal Practice: The Moon Salutation (Studio)

The 100% illumined moon of October 9 is the Hunter’s moon, a time of clarity once the fields have been harvested. In honor of the full moon, we’ll practice the moon salutation - chandra namaskar - a gorgeous lateral
flow that will both enliven and soothe your whole body. Chandra namaskar is a beneficial practice if you’re feeling stressed, and it can help open your creative channels. Once you have the alignment, this flow is ideal as a home practice sequence. On the next full moon, pull out your yoga mat and try it! We’ll close with deep relaxation and you’ll receive a guide sheet for the chandra namaskar sequence.


Steinberg Wellness Center for Mind & Body
310 Baker Ave, Suite 165

things to bring

Yoga mat


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Randi Currier

Randi Currier is a certified ayurvedic health counselor, a certified yoga instructor, and an avid practitioner and grateful beneficiary of explorations with neuroplasticity.

Randi has taught yoga for 20 years with deep gratitude for this ancient practice that has helped her to still her mind, stretch and strengthen her body and find her way back to her Self. She aspires for each of her students to make the yoga their own, allowing their own inner guidance to be the primary teacher. Randi formerly worked as an environmental economist and a middle school math teacher, and is deeply versed in analytical and pedagogical skills. She loves working one-on-one with clients to support repatterning to a state of ease.