Partner Yoga Workshop with Jessica Parlanti

Two people doing a partner yoga pose, with text overlaid on top of photo reading: Partner Yoga Workshop with Jessica P. October 8th 2:00PM to 3:30PM $40

Discover the world of Partner Yoga with Jessica at our upcoming workshop. No partner? No problem. We’ll pair up during the session, fostering a warm, inclusive environment for all. Jessica’s approach is refreshingly straightforward, focusing on simple yet effective stretches that enhance relaxation and flexibility. You’ll also explore balance and core-strengthening poses, all under Jessica’s expert guidance. Immerse yourself in your practice, connect with fellow yogis, and embrace the joy of yoga within a supportive community. Whether you’re a seasoned yogi or new to the mat, this workshop promises an engaging experience. Join us and discover the unity of Partner Yoga at Santosha Yoga. Secure your spot today!

October 8th, 2023

2:00pm – 3:30pm

$40 per person

Partner Yoga FAQs

Partner yoga is an engaging practice where you’ll explore yoga poses alongside another participant. In partner yoga, you’ll experience a variety of poses, some designed to deepen your stretches, while others focus on enhancing balance and connection.

Partner yoga is not only enjoyable but also offers tangible benefits. It allows you to delve deeper into your stretches, promoting better flexibility. Plus, it’s a fantastic way to connect with your fellow yogis, fostering a sense of community and shared growth.

Absolutely! Partner yoga is designed to be inclusive and accessible to all levels, including beginners. You’ll find a welcoming and supportive atmosphere at our workshop, making it a perfect starting point or an exciting addition to your yoga practice.

No preparation necessary! You don’t need to bring anything, but if you prefer, you can bring your own yoga mat and a bottle of water.

Santosha Yoga Instructor, Jessica

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Two people (one of them smiling) positioned in a partner yoga pose with their hands stretched above their heads
The feet of two people positioned in a partner yoga pose.
Two people sitting back to back (one of them smiling) positioned in a partner yoga pose with their arms stretched outward at their sides