Restorative Yoga is a practice of stillness and deep relaxation. In this workshop, we will move through 3 poses as your acupuncturist will select 2-3 acupuncture points based on pulse diagnosis to help your body gently release trapped emotions, leading to a deeper sense of calm and relaxation during the yoga practice. Before changing positions your practitioner will remove the needles, allowing you to mentally come back and notice any changes in sensation throughout your body. Acupuncture is an incredible tool for calming the mind and releasing stored emotional trauma. Saturday, April 11 from 2pm-3:30 is now on a waitlist. Register here. Sunday, May 31 from 2:30p-4 is now open. Register here. Both workshops at Noda Yoga(3201 N. Davidson St. Charlotte, NC).
Lindsay Bierwert is a licensed acupuncturist from Massachusetts who was introduced to acupuncture through her own struggles with shoulder pain and anxiety in college. After her experience as a patient, Lindsay decided to look into acupuncture as a career.
Lindsay specializes in mental health with a focus on anxiety and depression. She also specializes in women’s health and allergies.
When she’s not treating patients in the clinic, Lindsay enjoys spending time outside and exploring all that Charlotte has to offer.
Katie Overcash graduated from Bella Vita 200-hour teacher training in 2016 and went on to become an “Advanced Relax and Renew© Trainer” through Judith Hanson Lasater. She has many years of practice combining Restorative Yoga and mental health as she has been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker since 2004 and owns her private practice for 7 years.