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Ticketing Now CLOSED for Girls Day Out – Sunday Afternoon Yoga (Wine and Food sold separately)

July 14 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm


Ticketing for this event IS NOW CLOSED!  Please consider attending the Yoga Session on Sunday  8/18/24.

Treat yourself to a Girls Day Out at Stonefield Cellars Winery.  Please join us for an all-level, 1 hour and 15 minute yoga class with Carra Miskovich in our air-conditioned Barrel Room.   Check in at 12:30pm*.  This heart-centered practice will be accessible to all bodies, so if you’ve ever thought you were not flexible enough to do yoga—this is the class for you. Please wear comfortable clothing, bring your yoga mat, and a smile! Our focus will be on YOGA first, then wine and food afterwards.

 Ticket Price covers YOGA Instruction only. Wine (and other beverages) and Smoke City Food Truck (delicious, healthy Hibachi) are sold separately.  Space is limited, so buy your tickets soon!

* NOTE:  We are starting early (1/2 hr earlier than when we normally open on a Sunday) to accommodate Carra’s schedule on this date.  Future Yoga dates will go back to a 1:00pm start time.


We need a minimum of 8 attendees for this class to happen – please invite others (tickets need to be purchased in advance)!


Carra Miskovich

Carra Miskovich, MA, RYT-500, QP is a registered yoga teacher (RYT-500) with Yoga Alliance (YA) and holds a Master’s degree in the social sciences. Her background in counseling and passion for helping others led her to the field of education for the last 18 years. Carra’s journey with yoga began in college. Over the years, one thing became crystal clear, the more she practiced, the better she felt—both on and off the mat. Amazed by yoga’s restorative capabilities, and ability to heal her body from chronic pain, she was led to share the gift of yoga with others.

A heart-based teacher, Carra cultivates a safe and inclusive environment, making yoga accessible to everyone. She believes the mind-body practice of yoga is the key to unlocking peace, stability, and overall wellness in our lives. She is currently an adjunct professor and teaches various styles of yoga in the Piedmont Triad area. She specializes in yoga for healthy aging, emotional regulation/mental health, chronic pain, and PTSD, as well as meditation, restorative yoga, pranayama, and yoga nidra. Her philosophy is simple, if you can breathe—you can do yoga! 



July 14
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
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