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Yoga and Horses
September 15, 2019 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm$15
Kindred Equestrian and Susan Schall Invite You
to a slow flow yoga practice, connecting to the grounding energy of the farm and horses
*An opportunity to slow down and invite in healing *
After our practice we will spend some time connecting to the horses then you are invited to a wine tasting in the lounge.
- BYOM – Bring your own mat! You may also wish to bring towels to lay down between the ground and your mat.
- Rain or Shine – we have an indoor area if the weather is less than desirable.
- Liability waiver must be signed in order to participate.
- Weather appropriate dress recommended.
- Close toed shoes required for time outside of yoga practice.
- No riding will occur during the event.
- No riding or horsemanship skills needed.
Susan began taking yoga in 2002 soon after the birth of her second child. She and her husband gifted each other 10-class passes, hired a babysitter, and had weekly yoga dates! While her personal fitness journey has gone in a variety of paths, yoga was always calling her back to her mat. One morning while teaching a kickboxing class, she had a realization that she would much rather be teaching yoga than anything else. She talked to her teachers at The Bindu and was fortunate to be part of the inaugural class of The Rasika School. Upon completion of her RYT-200 in September 2014, she began teaching at studios in Mooresville which she calls home. She holds a 25-hour certificate in Yoga for All specializing in yoga for bigger bodies and diverse communities. Additionally, she is a certified personal trainer through NASM. Additionally, she teaches communication courses at Mitchell Community College and Rowan Cabarrus Community College.
When she is not teaching yoga (or a bunch of other things), you can find Susan walking with her dogs, her husband, and children. She prioritizes time with family above all else. She loves to share the gifts that yoga has given her over the years. In teaching yoga, Susan finds it the most rewarding when a new student is inspired by yoga as much as she is.