Saturday, October 11, 2014

Special Yoga Classes at Harmony Yoga, November and December 2014

Deepen your understanding of different aspects of your yoga practice. These classes may include a combination of talk, demonstration, and asana work. Recommended for people with at least three months recent Iyengar Yoga experience at Level I or higher unless otherwise noted.  Gentle Yoga students will be fine in some of these classes. Contact me if your background is in another style of yoga, or if you have injuries / health concerns.

Please register and pay early. Some classes may fill. Classes that have less than 5 people registered will be cancelled a few days beforehand.   You are registered when you pay.   Note: Since these classes are not part of the regular session classes, they cannot be used as make-ups and cannot be paid with class cards.

Deep Forward Bends and Arm Balances
Saturday  November 1, 2:00 -- 4:00pm

Recently we had fun in some classes working toward Kurmasana (tortoise pose) and Dwi Hasta Bhujasana (both legs over the arms balance).   Join us in this class to work more on these and similar poses.  We’ll explore ways to break them down into their component parts before attempting the full poses.

Day After Thanksgiving Classes
Saturday November 29
Focus on Twisting
10:00 -- 11:15am

Work off those mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie with lots of twists!  We’ll include standing and seated twists and other supporting poses.  There will also be some inversions for both experienced and inexperienced students. Twists and inversions are great for the digestive system!

Quiet Class, Seated and Restorative Poses
11:30 -- 12:45

De-stress after your busy Thanksgiving Day with this quiet sequence of seated and supine poses, possibly with simple inversions.  Some simple pranayama (breathwork) may be included.  Multi-level class.

Ease Into the Weekend With Restorative Poses and Pranayama
Friday December 12   6:00 -- 8:00

This time of year is stressful for many people.  De-stress at the end of your work week with these quiet recuperative poses and yoga breathing exercises.   You’ll hold these supported poses for some time to experience their calming effect on the nervous system.  

For continuing Gentle Level students and above.

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