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Savor Peace and Balance Through Beach Yoga Classes

Rosie Rain

Rosie Rain

This summer, Rosie Rain of Sacred Sound Yoga is offering beach yoga classes at Atwater Beach, in Shorewood. Beach yoga provides a unique experience that cannot be duplicated inside of a studio. Rain equates outdoor yoga to charging a battery—being in nature naturally brings peace and balance, and harmonizes the yogi’s electromagnetic field with the electro-magnetic field of the Earth, encouraging greater energy flow and efficiency. Practicing yoga on sand also provides support for those with hip or joint problems.

“My favorite place to practice and teach yoga is in nature, because I learn so much from connecting with the elements and birds, and experience them as myself. Nature yoga is so nurturing, so healing, I look forward to my practice each morning as the highlight of my day from which I draw so much energy and inspiration,” says Rain. She is a reiki master teacher and experienced yoga teacher, certified by the Kundalini Research Institute. She incorporates sound healing and original music into all of her classes.

Location: Classes held at Atwater Park & Beach, 4000 N. Lake Dr., Shorewood. For more information or to arrange a beach yoga class, call 414-403-2053, email RosieYoga@gmail.com or visit SacredSoundYoga.org.

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