Designed to take the mystery out of how to move the body with understanding and without pain. Refund policy – 50% during 1st or 2nd week, no refund after 2nd week of the course. Classes meet once a week for five weeks and are 1 1/2 hours long. No admissions after the second session. Preregistering is requested, but not necessary.
MULTI-LEVEL I CLASSES
Classes that reaffirm the basic poses, and are a gradual transition to Level II. Ideal for those who have practiced before, but not recently.
MULTI-LEVEL II CLASSES
Classes for students familiar with Iyengar Yoga principles of correct body alignment and movement. Exploring poses to a deeper level, including inversions and backbends.
MULTI-LEVEL III CLASSES
Our most advanced classes for those with previous Iyengar training who are strong in standing poses and inversions. Designed for those who wish to challenge their postures and have a sense of humor. If you are unsure, check with Bobbi.
Children ages 5-12 are invited to learn and play the YogaKids way. The style and pace of the class addresses the natural interests, needs and rhythms of children. Activities include yoga poses, games, stories and relaxation techniques. Classes are run in 12 week series.
A one hour class of slower, gentle yoga for seniors and those with physical challenges. Attending twice a week is recommended.
Mindfulness will compliment your Yoga practice. There will be a guided sitting practice and at times may explore some standing, walking or lying down. Valerie DeWitt has been trained in Mindfulness since 2006 and has been guiding adults, children and families for over 20 years.
WHAT TO WEAR
You may change clothes at the studio. Comfortable clothes that stretch with your body are recommended, avoid baggy pants and oversized tee shirts. Simple shirts, shorts and barefooted tights work well. Please no strong body oils and colognes. We appreciate odorless bodies and clean feet. Bring a slightly empty belly, and an open mind always helps.
PLEASE BE PROMPT
It is appreciated if you are on time for class. Teachers begin each class with a warmup – both physical and informational, which prepares you for what follows.