movement and nature to feed your glow
Come join me for a walk in nature, complemented by outdoor yoga.
A great way to supercharge your sense of well-being!
beginning june 1st & running until the end of september
We will be following city regulations for the prevention of the spread of COVID-19. All classes will have a maximum of 4 participants to physical distancing. We will remain physically distanced throughout the duration of the class.
Class format: Yoga, Walk, Yoga, Walk, Yoga! (And of course a lovely Savasana!)
summer classes 2020
PeaceGlow WEDNESDAYS @ 7pm
PowerGlow TUESDAYS @ 7pm & SATURDAYS @ 9am
How it works:
1. Head on over to the Class Sign-up Form to choose your class(es).
2. Choose your class type(s): PeaceGlow and/or PowerGlow & date(s)
3. Choose a 5 or 10 Class Pass or opt for a drop-in class to try it out.
4. I will reach out to you via email to confirm your registration and payment.
5. Join me at Meadowbreeze Park! Wear your running shoes, sunglasses, hat, sunscreen, bug spray...
**Bring your own yoga mat and mat strap.
*Registration closes one hour before class begins. Please pre-register to ensure you receive notification of class cancellation due to inclement weather.** If a class gets cancelled due to weather, you can choose another day/time from the available classes to replace it. (More details below.)
You can register/deregister for a class up until 1 hour prior to the scheduled class.
If I deem the weather inclement, you will receive a cancellation email and you can then choose another class from the available classes.
You may choose to attend a mix of both the Yoga Walk classes and Online classes when you purchase a MWG 5 or 10 Class Package.
Looking for some information about insect repellents? Check here. You can also have a look at the Environmental Working Group's Skin Deep website for health information regarding the use of different brands of sunscreens.
special summer PRICING!
5 Class Pass $45
10 Class Pass $80
"The state of feeling healthy and happy."
The majority of my classes are under the umbrella of Hatha Yoga. Hatha yoga is the most common type of yoga taught in the Western world, and there are many different styles.
Hatha Yoga, in its direct translation from Sanskrit, means to unite the sun and the moon. When practicing, this becomes the uniting of the breath with our movement.
In the West, Hatha Yoga refers to a physical yoga (there are other types of yoga where movement is not involved). There are many types of Hatha Yoga (Iyengar, Power, Ashtanga...), but in a general Hatha class you will see poses/postures that are held for a few breaths. This gives you the time to explore the pose, feel its energy, and work with the breath to create YOUR best version of that pose in the present moment. Everybody and every BODY is different, so there is no "perfect" pose. Your teacher will guide you to ensure that you are practicing safely, and the rest is for you to experience!
"In consciously flowing in Hatha yoga practice, there are two sources of guidance: the outer teacher and the inner teacher. Their roles are similar even while their experiences of what is happening in the moment are different. Both are listening, watching, using what they feel and know to adjust and refine in ways that create a more beautiful experience. The inner teacher is ultimately the best guide, using physical sensations, emotional states, and knowledge to find what feels right. The outer teacher - being trained and well practiced in sensing how subtle energy flows in the body, how muscles and joints work and possible risks of injury, how to modify asanas tu cultivate ease and stability, how to work with the breath - guides the student in deepening his or her relationship with that student's own inner teacher and thereby his or her practice."
"We work very hard in our lives, and while we may sleep, we rarely take time to relax. Restorative yoga poses help us learn to rest deeply and completely."
Judith Hanson Lasater, Ph.D., PT,
Author of Relax and Renew and Restore and Rebalance