Join us for yoga, 1:15 – 2:00 PM, before the music starts at Rootfire In The Emerald City on July 29 in Seattle!
Sunny Trails Yoga establishes space and opportunities at live events for people to dedicate time to their wellness practices. During six years of creating and directing the “Work It Out” umbrella program at Bonnaroo which has featured YogaRoo, The RooRun, Dancercise and Ayurvedic sessions, Sunny Trails has helped turn concerts into opportunities to explore wellness with a backdrop of music and friends.
“We as human beings are driven to follow a certain cadence to maintain our own sense of well being. We bend so we don’t break. The purpose of Sunny Trails wellness programs are to show people how good they can feel when they honor their need for self care alone or as part of a community.” –Laura Carter, Founder of Sunny Trails, and producer of Rootfire Yoga.
-BYO yoga mat (it’s fun on the grass too, so if you don’t have a mat don’t worry!)
-Make sure you eat breakfast and drink plenty of water beforehand
-You must have a ticket to the festival to participate
-Suggested donation of $5 will go to benefit King County Park District
MEET OUR INSTRUCTOR: Tara Dyberg! @thegrinningyogi
Tara has been teaching yoga since 2010, after completing her first teacher training in Whistler, B.C. with Yyoga. After moving to Seattle, Washington in 2011, she completed her second 200 hr training with Shiva Rea and is a certified Prana Flow instructor, as well as a certified Trance Dance teacher.
She is currently Teacher Director at The Grinning Yogi, teaching regular yoga classes and workshops, and directing their 200 hr teacher training programs.
Tara discovered the practice of yoga after a career as a professional dancer, and was immediately hooked by the healing qualities of the practice on the physical, emotional and mental levels. She is thrilled to be sharing her love of movement, lead by spirit, as it connects her to the hearts of Seattle practitioners.