OUR PRE-REGISTERED CLASSES
MOMMY & ME PostNatal Yoga - with TERESA MURRAY - Mondays February 2021
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Postnatal yoga is taught by a certified instructor and is designed to help rebuild strength and release tension in the body post labor. Classes with target common tight areas such as shoulders, low back, hips and work towards rebuilding our core and pelvic floor muscles. Classes offer mom a chance to connect with other moms in our community and build new friendships.
This class is ideal for moms with non mobile to semi mobile babies. Please bring your own mat, any props and a blanket for the baby to rest on beside you.
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SLOW BURN WITH ALEXANDRIA WAYCOTT - February 4 2021
This series runs Thursday evenings from 6-7 pm or 7:30 - 8:30 pm
Experience the benefits of a dynamic yoga practice where movement and breath are skillfully combined through creative sequencing in order to embody a sense of flow. This practice includes traditional alignment-based cues, progressive stages, and modifications for asana, as well as meditation, pranayama, and yogic philosophy. Please bring your own yoga mat, along with any props that support your practice.
Who is this for: Minimum 1 year of previous yoga experience is advised. This class may not be suitable for those with significant injury or illness. Please contact Alex if you are unsure.
VINYASA YOGA SEQUENCING TRAINING - February 27th & 28th 2021
10:00am - 6:00pm both days
This training is open to all yoga teachers, as well as curious students.
Do you use a specific method to sequence your yoga classes? Do you know why you've chosen each pose?
Class sequencing is a skill that we refine over time as yoga teachers. Intelligently sequenced yoga classes create balance and structure for your students, and help you and your students feel empowered.
This 20 hour Vinyasa Yoga Sequencing Training includes:
- An introduction to "Wave Theory" (inspired by Shiva Rea and my teacher, Clara Roberts-Oss)
- How to structure 60 minute and 90 minute Vinyasa yoga classes
- How to sequence around a peak pose
- How to intelligently integrate a theme or mood into your vinyasa yoga classes
- A review of Vinyasa Krama (stages/ progressions) for intermediate and advanced asana
- How to support the nervous system in the lunar portion of a vinyasa yoga practice
Both days begin with a long yoga practice, followed by discussion. Afternoons include lecture, group work, teaching practice, discussion, and the opportunity to receive feedback. This training includes 4 hours of homework that must be submitted in order to receive certificate of completion.
This course is eligible for 20 CE hours through Yoga Alliance for all RYTs who complete the training. This training is comprised of 16 contact hours and 4 non-contact hours. Participants must be present for the entire training in order to receive certificate of completion. This course falls under the category of "Teaching Methodology".
Please bring your own lunch and snacks. Kitchen is available during training, as well as filtered water and hot coffee and tea.
Training manual is included in tuition cost.
"Yoga Resource Practice Manual" Darren Rhodes
"Light on Yoga" B.K.S. Iyengar
Training is limited to 6 participants.
ADAPTED CHAIR - YOGA SERIES - Tuesdays February 2021
This 4-week one-hour gentle class is designed for seniors and those who no longer weight bear on their knees. The class is conducted seated on a chair with some optional standing poses included. The class begins with calming breathwork and centering then moves on to a gentle range of motion starting with the head and shoulders and moving on down through the body to the feet. Students are encouraged to stay within their range of movement and not to push towards any pain in the body. The focus is on maintaining strength and balance as well as gentle stretches. The class concludes with progressive relaxation and savasana.
ADAPTED MAT - SENIORS SERIES - Wednesdays February 2021
10:30am - 11:30am
This 4 week one-hour class is conducted on a yoga mat on the floor. It begins with a calming breath, centering, and letting go of stress. We move through gentle stretches after warming the body and do standing poses for strength and balance. Beginners are welcome and are encouraged to stay within their comfort zone. A careful focus on alignment is maintained throughout the class. It concludes with progressive relaxation and savasana lying on the mat.