IRL Stoned Yoga
Experience hosted by Ashlee
Sunday, August 8, 2021, 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM PDT
Up to 20 people, minimum 12. Intermediate+ (canna-enthusiasts and above)
Recommended equipments: yoga mat, towel, water, tennis ball, foam roller, yoga blocks, yoga strap
$35 / person
What You Will Do
With the presence of cannabis (if you choose to consume), the class turns our attention to how we feel in our body and mind, allowing us to go a little deeper into our practice, through a guided meditation and body scan to help you “land” on your mat. Deep stretching and restorative movement brings space into the body to relieve physical pain, tightness and stress that gets stored in the connective tissue and fascia. This practice is a journey into the body and back out again where on the other side we feel more connected to ourselves which allows us to be more compassionate to those around us.
This yoga class is appropriate for all skill levels. You don't need to have experience or be flexible to participate.
Next generation whole flower Heat-Not-Burn designed to create an elevated social experience.
Bring people to new highs with premium herbal blended cannabis products.
What to Bring
A yoga mat
A water bottle
A tennis ball
A foam roller
A yoga strap
Meet Your munchy Host, Ashlee
After a decade as a professional dancer with credits including So You Think You Can Dance, Bette Midler, Robin Thicke, and Ricky Martin, I transitioned my love of movement into a career as a healing coach and later as the founder of The Wavvy Cloud.
My work as a yoga teacher, wellness coach, and space holder allows me to help people connect to their body in order to get curious about the stories we identify as our truths. We can do a 1000 crunches and hang out in a downdog for hours but our body doesn’t change unless we investigate what is happening on the inside.
I created The Wavvy Cloud because I wanted to advance a space (albeit not always physical ones) where people could practice being more vulnerable and authentically their true selves. This space felt like something I needed to create as it was something I had missed elsewhere, at other times in my life. Coming out to my family was one of the most challenging experiences but it also forced me to look at other “stories” I grew up with that didn’t feel like my truths. While investigating I learned compassion for myself which helped inform a daily practice of extending that compassion to others.
I currently live in Atwater Village with my wife. I enjoy traveling, live music, smoking weed and looooong naps.
Where We Will Meet
Exact location will be shared upon ticket purchase confirmation.