Gail Gurewitz Yoga | Dancing Heart Yoga & Movement Gail Gurewitz Yoga

Gail: 415.515.3076

Pearls, not Pain . .

Moving toward Wisdom and Freedom

Creating a safe space to delve deeply and express fully through Aligned Yoga, Meditation, and Movement Classes, Private Sessions, Workshops and Retreats with Gail Rosenheim Gurewitz

COMING SOON . . . 

 

Finding Balance and Calm During the Holidays:
A Yoga and Meditation Workshop w/ Gail Gurewitz

Sunday, December 8th, 2019 ~ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Bernal Yoga, San Francisco

The holiday season is in full swing and we often feel stretched, tired, and overwhelmed. This workshop will offer you the opportunity to connect within, to take stock of your year and embark on some guided self-inquiry. With a unique blend of yoga, meditation, and dance/creative movement, you will release stress and pent up emotions, connect with your desires, and leave feeling more balanced and whole.
Intended for all levels of yoga and meditation experience. All are welcome.

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ALSO UPCOMING:

 

The Miracle of Light; A Yoga and Meditation Workshop honoring 
Hanukkah and the Winter Solstice 

Hanukkah celebrates the harvest of fire and the miracle of light. The candle we use to light the other 8 candles of the Hanukkah Menorah is called the shammash, or “sun”. It is symbolic of the eternal flame; the ever-renewed sun, which can seem to dwindle during the winter season yet always comes back, beginning its reentry on the winter solstice.
Please join us on the solstice, Dec. 21st, as we explore the dance of light and darkness through embodied practices of yoga, meditation, and movement. A great way to align body, heart, and mind with the essence of Hanukkah, leaving you feeling connected, fully alive, and calm.
Jewish Community Center of San Francisco
Saturday, December 21st, 2:30-4:30 pm

 

www.jccsf.org
More info and link to come.

R&R RETREATS

Restore, Connect, and Renew in Rough & Ready, CA

Join Ron and Gail Rosenheim Gurewitz at their family retreat/home in the Sierra Foothills for a weekend of Yoga, Meditation, Movement, and delicious food

Next date to be determined; stay tuned

For Information/registration, contact: Gail Rosenheim Gurewitz

grosenwitz@yahoo.com 415-515-3076

About Gail:

Movement has been a pivotal force in Gail’s life for as long as she can remember. As a young child, hours of dancing in her bedroom turned into a professional ballet career at 15, dancing internationally as a soloist with world-class ballet companies, including San Francisco Ballet, Ballet du Nord (in France), and Chicago City Ballet. Curiosity and injuries, which eventually ended her career, led her to discover meditation and yoga over 30 years ago. Three children later, a severe case of lyme disease prompted her to turn to yoga and expressive dance, both of which became essential components to her healing and recovery.

In 2007, Gail fell in love with Anusara Yoga. After a lifetime of movement frequently accompanied by physical pain, she had finally found a healthy, pain-free way to move deeply in every sense, through yoga’s principles of alignment that opened her body and profoundly touched her heart. She has trained extensively with Sianna Sherman and Abby Tucker (including others) since then and has taught yoga since 2009. Gail is passionately dedicated to helping others experience joy, freedom, and healing through movement.

In addition, Gail teaches a style of meditation that helps people to open their emotional bodies through music and guidance, which allows people to access and move toward deep connection, calm, and their true essence. She also teaches in Jewish centers and synagogues, offering Embodied Jewish Spiritual Practice, which cohesively weaves together gentle Yoga, Movement, Meditation and Jewish practices.
She views each pose or movement as an opportunity for connecting deeply with our hearts, learning from and transcending limitations, and offering our unique radiance and depth through physical expression. With an eye for alignment and dedication to Truth, she creates a safe place to challenge your body and align with your heart.
Gail offers private and public classes, workshops and retreats, and embodied Jewish spiritual practice.