I ❤ Yoga (?)

A 6-Week Series for the yoga-curious

Curious about yoga but not sure where to begin? This series is for you!

Each week we will enjoy a well-rounded yoga practice designed for beginners with a special emphasis on the topic indicated for that week.

Choose between two sessions:
Mondays, 5:15 – 6:15 p.m., October 16 – November 20th, 2023, or
Wednesdays, 4 – 5 p.m., October 11 – November 15th, 2023

Weekly Topics:
Week 1: Stress relief
Week 2: Flexibility & balance
Week 3: Strength & Muscle Tone
Week 4: Pain Relief
Week 5: Mind-Body Connection
Week 6: Better Sleep

6 Classes for $72 (Please email me regarding which session you prefer to attend).

Drop into a class for the normal single-class rate of $18 (or use your pass and reserve a spot in Schedulicity if you are an ongoing student).
If you would like to reserve a spot in a specific class, please purchase a class here, and email me the date you would like to attend.

By the way…

One wonderful aspect of the Iyengar method of teaching yoga is the personalized instruction. B.K.S. Iyengar innovated the use of props (blocks, blankets, chairs, etc.) in yoga so that every person can achieve a sense of stability and freedom in every pose.

As you can see in the photo below, we have 4 variations of a common pose called “Downward Facing Dog” (or, adho mukha svanasana, in Sanskrit).
In every version, the student is using their arms and legs to lengthen the spine.
In every version, the student is creating more strength and flexibility in their shoulders and upper back, unraveling the effects of the many daily activities that negatively impact our posture (phones, computers, driving…).

1. Hands on the wall: Minimized pressure on the wrists. A great way to begin to stretch the backs of the legs, shoulders, and back muscles.

2. Hands on the chair seat: A slightly deeper version than hands on the wall.

3. Hands on the floor, feet on the floor: Classic version

4. Feet on the wall: An advanced version that is great preparation for a handstand (adho mukha vrksasana).

In classes designed for beginners, such as this series, I demonstrate each pose then guide you into the pose. You will never feel lost or left behind. I also offer variations as needed so that you can practice in a way that is perfect for your unique strengths.

I can’t wait to meet you!

❤ Kim

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