Yoga can help your Bridal Party have a wonderful wedding experience!
I was talking to a friend the other day about an upcoming lesson I am doing for a client in August… a yoga lesson for the bridal party of one of my Yoga in the Workplace students.
Marie- my student- can’t wait to get married! But being the centre of attention and making sure everyone is happy and organised can be stressful. Marie and I thought it would be fun to get all of her woman friends and family together for a relaxing yoga lesson before the ceremony and celebrations.
To help calm her nerves and boost relaxation on this big day, we will be doing a special in-house yoga lesson the morning of her wedding.
We have planned a private yoga lesson for the girls in the entire bridal party that will be fun, relaxing and simple enough that all of Marie’s special woman can join. Nothing too strenuous or athletic.
I’ll be going to the location of the wedding in the morning and meeting the girls for their special treat.
I love weddings. I had so much fun at mine. My husband and I laughed and cried tears of joy. Our Justice of the Peace kept mispronouncing our last name, until we all burst out laughing. Everyone was giggling. I want people to enjoy your wedding like we did.
My friend thought this was such a special thing for the bride to do not only for herself, but her friends. When you start the day with yoga, it will help to center and calm your bridal party. The bride benefits from this lesson and her loving and supportive team of friends and family do too. You want your wedding to be fun, not stressful!
Yoga will help any beautiful bride glow even more than she already is.
I would love to be a part of your wedding, to help bring some calm and joy to an important union. How special would it be go through your whole wedding day being present with every special moment!
If you are interested in doing yoga before your wedding, or if you would like to gift a lesson to the bride to be, contact me for a free consultation – 902-404-5522
Cheers to Love and Happiness