The Seeds of your life practices, sprout the Roots of Health.
Cannabis and Yoga.
Hello I am Riana the Cross Faded Yogi, I am a mobile and online pain and mobility wellness studio focused on education and building a global community. With a non-judgmental approach to plant medicine and spiritual practice, I offer an inviting space for elevated people to awaken their senses.
Yoga is about community. The Root of Wellness is made up of real people, real practice, and real connection. We come alongside your yoga journey and empower you with the tools you need to explore, connect, and thrive in your practice.
Our community is meant to support you in your path to become your highest self. We are here to help foster growth, change, and passion. Each journey and practice is unique - so every class will represent a special stage in that journey. Every class is a promise to our community to offer guidance, support, encouragement through the shared love of yoga.
My hopes are to do my part in de-stigmatizing cannabis users and showcase the truly educated and conscious beings who are today’s “stoners.” Educating others on the benefits of using the medicinal factor of cannabis and ways to use the plant as an aid in reaching a higher consciousness are all goals of The Root.
Cross Fade Yoga is an outlet for people to consume cannabis in a responsible manner in order to seek their inner light through the mind, body, and spiritual practice of yoga. Helping you build a lifestyle of mindfulness for your environment and your own personal health and expressing yourself in a unique, chic manner wherever you might be.
My belief is this class will provide students with the guidance they need to tune into their bodies, to heal from within, using both yoga and cannabis, as well as, connect the mind and body for a deeper physical, and spiritual connection.
Cannabis and Yoga can be a harmonious combination. From getting you in the right mindset to practice and meditate, to helping heal your sore muscles, here's why Cannabis may be your new yoga partner.
Consuming cannabis before a yoga class allows you to become more present on the mat and hone in on the mind-body connection a little easier. I have always found it difficult to slow the mind down during seated meditation and even during a vinyasa flow, but with cannabis I am able to control the mind and focus on my body and what it is asking of me and telling me.
We will take practitioners through a guided flow asking them to tune into their bodies to learn more about what the body and mind needs from them. Once we are able to satisfy our physical needs (i.e. tension in the body) we can begin to release tension and chatter in the mind to connect to our higher self – the spirit.
Connecting the mind, body, and spirit is the highest objective of yoga and something we should all work toward every time we are on our mats.