Come and join us this summer for some Yoga on the Middle Fork Salmon and the Main Salmon. Meg Ellsworth will lead the yoga every morning and evening, as well as lead some meditation as well, both seated and walking meditation. Yoga is a great way to open up to the wilderness on the river trip. The flow of the form of the body FLOWs like the river. Doing yoga on the river can be a transformative experience.
A little bit about the Yoga and Meditation Teacher
As a teacher of Hatha Vinyasa Yoga and Vipassana Meditation, Meg Ellsworth’s approach to yoga asana both grounds and opens students to the energetic experience of the practice. With an emphasis on process and focus on clarifying intention, Meg weaves sequences together that allow for exploration in postures and necessary time for meditation.
Meg has been a student of Yoga since 1995, training extensively with Sarah Powers. In 2000, Meg’s devotion to the practice of yoga and meditation, and deep love for the philosophy of Yoga and Buddhism, lead her to a teaching practice. Now, Meg is part of the faculty as an assistant yoga instructor at the Insight Yoga Institute, which offers trainings in Yoga, Buddhism, Mediation, and Spiritual Psychology. Meg assists in the Insight Yoga Institute’s 720-hour Yoga Alliance endorsed certified program.
She is the mother of two daughters and leads Sacred Wisdom Circles workshops for mothers and babies with her partner, Catherine Stone, a doula and lactation specialist. Meg is looking forward to working with you to explore the connections between mind, body, and heart achat viagra sur internet.
We hope to see you on the Middle Fork of the Salmon or the Main Salmon river this summer, doing yoga in the largest wilderness area in the USA.
See you in Stanley!