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Restorative Yoga with Marjorie D. Grevious – New Dates and Times

YWCA St. Paul invites the community to a series of restorative yoga sessions. The sessions will take place on the next three Mondays (April 19, April 26 and May 3) from 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. During this traumatic time for our community, it is important to practice self-care.

Marjorie D. Grevious
Marjorie D. Grevious

The restorative yoga sessions will be led by Marjorie D. Grevious. Marjorie has been practicing yoga for 40 years and became a yoga teacher 10 years ago. She has certifications in yin yoga, trauma-informed yoga, prison yoga project and teaches classes in Hatha (slow flow) and restorative yoga both at YWCA St. Paul and at Yoga Sanctuary in south Minneapolis. She is a registered member of Yoga Alliance and the Black Yoga Teachers Association. She has a long career in social services working with youth and families in crisis both in the twin cities and southern California. Marjorie earned her BA in Secondary Education from Augsburg University, an MS in Human Services from Springfield College and an MA in Theology from United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities.

Event Details:

Please be advised: If you had previously registered for Restorative Yoga sessions, you will need to register again for the new dates and times.

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