Tuesdays and Thursdays evenings at 7:30 pm; These classes concentrate on balance, focuses on breathing, and improves your mobility and core strength. Come join us mid week and or end of week, take an hour out of your day to stretch, increase flexibility and improve your range of motion.
$5 Drop In - Non Members
A teacher, coach, and former studio owner Jennifer has been practicing yoga for 15 years and teaching for the past seven. She believes that yoga is the perfect complement to the activities of life: hiking, biking, running, stand up paddle boarding, skiing, climbing, travel, and play. Join her for a playful flow practice focused on alignment, sustainability, and connection of mind, body, and spirit. Jennifer encourages practicing yoga where you are: outside, on a paddle board, in the studio. Jennifer is a registered yoga teacher with 400 hours of training in YogaFit and Anusara; she also has her lifeguard and PSUPA certification. As a believer in lifelong learning, Jennifer continues to participate in yoga training to keep her teaching fresh and inspired.
Dylan has always been drawn to sport and enjoys a wide range of physical activities including Snowboarding, Ultimate Frisbee, Rock Climbing and Fencing. It was in an effort to rehabilitate a Fencing injury that he first discovered Yoga. He was immediately attracted to it, not just for the physical benefits but also for the mental clarity, focus and sense of well being that it brought him. After several years of taking yoga classes, Dylan decided he wanted to bring the benefits of yoga to others and in 2014 he received his Yoga Teaching Certification (RYT-200) from Cloud Nine Yoga School in Southern California.
He now teaches classes designed to give not only a good physical workout, but to provide the benefits that attracted him to Yoga in the first place; including greater physical and emotional well being; more clarity, focus, peace of mind and an increased ability to overcome the obstacles that we encounter in our daily lives.
Posted on Sat, September 8, 2012
by Luke Russlle