Join Ashley Brodeur, founder of Feelosophy, for a two hour workshop of slow restorative poses supported by hands-on massage. This practice is the perfect way to reconnect with your body and build trust with safe in your body and in recieving supportive touch.
Feelosophy was founded by Canadian native Ashley Brodeur in her adopted hometown of Vancouver. A yoga teacher for just under ten years, Ash is an adamant advocate for safe + supportive touch.
“We live in a world which is growing out of touch - technology keeps us connected in the online world, but out here in the real world, we are losing touch with ourselves and that tactile connection with others.”
Feelosophy is rooted in community and connection. They use movement, touch and music to slow down and feel. Like us, Feelosophy believes that yoga is a place to find comfort, love, and belonging, on both your yoga mat and in your community. Feelosophy steps outside the traditional lines of the yoga experience. They want to give you that extra assistance in a hip opener or a comforting touch in child's pose, to remind you that you are okay, and you are not alone (or to remind you that your partner may not be the best at back rubs, but that's okay because you found them!). Read more about Feelosophy here.