Traditional Chinese Medicine for Summer Heat: Time to Chillax

Traditional Chinese Medicine for Summer Heat: Time to Chillax with Narisara Vanichanan, E-RYT 500

Sunday, July 14 • 3:00–5:30 p.m.

Come celebrate the long summer days by cooling down to release excessive heat and heaviness. In Chinese medicine, during summer we honor the element of fire, restoring the connection between the heart and the mind. Cultivate enthusiasm, wakefulness, and kindness in your relationship to yourself and others. Through postures in Yin Yoga (floor-based postures that encourage opening and release tension), Restorative Yoga, and soothing pranayama (breath work), begin to open sluggish, tight, and constricted areas. Through long, guided relaxation (Yoga Nidra), take the opportunity for healing rest, and help to reduce stress. At the end of the session, you will receive a handout with strategies and tips for managing heat and anger and staying refreshed, calm, and clear. Includes Yoga: All Levelsfeature



Narisara views the teaching of Yoga as an opportunity to help others, and she offers a creative but structured environment where the present moment is honored. She trained at OM Yoga Center in Vinyasa and has studied Yin Yoga under Corina Benner, Prenatal Yoga, pranayama, meditation, and Restorative Yoga under Judith Hanson Lasater. Narisara has continued advanced anatomy studies at the Breathing Project under Amy Matthews and Leslie Kaminoff. She trained under Tari Prinster to teach Yoga for Cancer Survivors and with J. Brown in Therapeutic Yoga.