Valen-Thai’s Day Couples Workshop with Bassam & Mary
Wednesday, February 14, 2024
7:30 - 9:30pm
Bassam Kubba & Mary Aranas
$100 per couple by Jan. 31
$120 per couple after Feb. 1
(Register couple under ONE name.)
Make this a Valentine’s Day you & your partner will never forget.
Not sure how to spend your Valentine's Day? Want to enjoy a deeper sense of intimacy and appreciation for one another? Spend time with your partner, friends, family. Applying the healing blend of yoga stretches and loving touch that is Thai yoga. It’s a reminder to make time for touch in your relationship, and a gift the two of you can share throughout your lives.
In this two-hour workshop you will give and receive and learn Thai bodywork and a guided bodywork sequence. Renew your connection, tenderness and playfulness: guaranteed the best date you can have! Finish with your own choice of refreshments to further sweeten the mood, as your imagination and creativity invite!
Pre-Requisites: All are welcome : )
If you are working with an injury, please email us on email@example.com.
Bassam Kubba “Drstadharmasukhavihari,” means to live happily in the present moment. Bassam has lived in five different countries and has worn several professional hats: software engineer, professional climber, yoga teacher, and acrobatic performer. He has finally settled down in Manhattan as a Vinyasa Yoga, AcroYoga, Aerial Yoga, and Thai bodywork teacher. He started his yoga practice in 2009 while he was a professional climber in the Middle East. Like many, his practice started as a physical one, but in time it has become a spiritual path, a lifestyle, and a career. Bassam’s classes focus on transitions & balance structure with improv, strength with flexibility, and breath with body. He is extremely passionate about sharing his knowledge.
Mary Aranas Mary grew up in Toronto & Ottawa in Canada after migrating with her family at age 8 from Taiwan. As a young actor and bride, Mary eloped to New York and enjoyed twelve years acting in Off-Broadway and regional theatre, before finding Yoga as a new Mom. After 9/11, and then her mom’s death from cancer, she chose Yoga as her life path and healing work. She began AcroYoga in 2007, and has enjoyed building the New York AcroYoga community, and sharing it around the world. Mary is 500 Hour E-RYT, and AcroYoga, YogaSlacker, Reiki & Thai Yoga certified. Mary has taught Yoga full-time since 2002 including AcroYoga from 2008.