Sun, May 14|
Reno Public Market
Pop-Up Yoga Fundraiser with Amber Campion
Come experience an hour of Dynamic Release Flow yoga with instructor Amber Campion, and start your Mother's Day off right!
Time & Location
May 14, 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM
Reno Public Market, 299 E Plumb Ln, Reno, NV 89502, USA
About the Event
Dynamic Release Flow (aka Dynamic Release Method) is a one-of-kind yoga practice, created by Amber Campion. A vinyasa (or flow) style practice, focusing on the presence of sensation, the power of breath, and the potency of myofascial release - all set to an exquisite playlist to move your soul. What sets a D.R.M class apart from other vinyasa-style classes is the way students are guided to move - as if moving under thick saltwater (slow and intentional).
Students are led to move as if doing Qigong; softening the joints, breathing slowly, waving through the spine, and encouraging movement to originate from the deep core (your center). Sequencing is soulful and thoughtful, creating an embodied experience that feels both silky and strong. You can expect a unique take on sun salutations, as well as detailed alignment cues for standing & seated postures, back bending, and inversions —all guided by a steady breath and mindfulness.
Towards the end of class, we go deeper into balancing the nervous system by doing myofascial release using tennis balls. The result is a heart-centering, body-opening, soul-expanding release. D.R.M will challenge you, illuminate you, and create an incredibly strong and resilient body and mind.
Amber Campion is a Reno-based yoga teacher and teacher trainer with over 17 years of experience teaching yoga, mindfulness, and leadership. She is the creator of DRM (Dynamic Release Method aka Dynamic Release Flow) and the highly acclaimed yoga teacher training + mindfulness-based leadership program, Boundless. Amber began her journey as a student and teacher in NYC, leading classes and workshops in some of the most well-known yoga studios, such as OM Factory and PURE Yoga. While in NYC, she also taught for the Lineage Project, a non-profit that brings mindfulness to at-risk and incarcerated youth. Since leaving New York, she has had the privilege of teaching all over the United States, as well as Canada, Nicaragua, Thailand, Morocco, Costa Rica, Peru, Bali, and Guatemala.
Please bring a yoga mat, and if you have a spare tennis ball, grab that as well!