Our ongoing pause at home presents a unique opportunity to more deeply embody our wellness practices. This is why Ananta Yoga Studio is offering a unique opportunity in collaboration with Move2Center:
Everyday Yoga! with Susan Westlund
Everyday Yoga is a six-week course dedicated to helping you to craft a practice suited specifically for you. Each of our bodies is different and requires focuses specific to our needs. As such, Susan is presenting a package of private lessons along with group lessons with other participants, allowing you to co-design soothing, energizing, and awakening techniques that serve as invaluable tools for your well-being.
Everyday Yoga uses an eclectic approach that draws from several schools of yoga to find practices designed specifically for you, and is suitable for Beginners and Experienced yogis alike.
What you can expect:
•Three 60-minute private lessons (individually scheduled) to take place between May 25 and June 26, 2020
•Three 60-minute group lessons with those in your cohort, scheduled for Tuesdays: June 2, 16 and June 30
•Blog entries directed at the Course
•Brief small group Q&A sessions
Tuition: $180 (tax included)*
*For an idea of cost comparison, we Googled the local cost for private yoga sessions alone...
they can can range up to $90 per hour...
so this is a steal!
So—you say you can’t do yoga? You think your hamstrings are too tight, belly too round, your birthdays have marked too many decades--and now you can’t get out of the house? Bendy or not, men, women, children, elders, healthy and sick, short, tall, heavy, thin, procrastinators and all shelter-in-placers can do yoga.
Yoga is for Everybody.
Still have doubts? Google these guys:
· Michael Sanford, paraplegic yoga teacher from Minnesota
· Tao Porchon-Lynch, at age 101, she taught a weekly yoga class in NYC and led programs across the globe. ·Keith Mitchell, Former Texans linebacker turned yoga teacher
· Allan Nett, “Yoga with your boots on”, “Toolbelt yoga for construction workers
· Shruti Pandey, who started teaching yoga to adults at age six.
Yoga adapts well to the individual which explains the many and varied styles of yoga. We have slower, quieter forms in Yin, Gentle and Restorative practices and more vigorous, active forms in Ashtanga, Vinyasa and Power yoga. We build relationships with our community and draw energy from our peers in group classes. We deepen our relationships with ourselves and integrate our practice into our lives in one-on-one lessons and personal practice.
Everyday Yoga helps each of us find the practice that suits us just as we are, now. Join our inaugural cohort.
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