Yoga Schedule

 

Monday:

      1. typically my day off, but potentially available for private sessions

Tuesday:

      1. available for private sessions
      2. 2:30 – 4 pm: Wellness Yoga, Shasta Community Health Center: 1035 Placer St, 3rd floor
        • A free therapeutic yoga class for those who are more able-bodied or have been attending for awhile and want more physical exercise. This class will offer more movement, balance poses, stretches, and strengthening exercises while still incorporating the meditation and breathing exercies true to a traditional yoga practice. Accommodations given.
      3. 7:00 – 8:15 pm: Yin Yoga, Balance Yoga Center
        • Suitable for nearly all levels of students Yin Yoga directs the asana practice into the connective tissues, ligaments, and joints which are not exercised very much in an active (or yang) asana practice/workout. Yin Yoga can seem boring, passive, or easy but it can be quite challenging due to the long holding of poses (2-20 minutes) and the quiet depth we explore inside the body and mind. Joints and tissues become strengthened and rehabilitated. This style isn’t about changing and pushing ourselves like a yang class or regular exercise, instead, the yin style allows for a gentle and quiet power to arise facilitating a deep release of healing.

Wednesday:

      1. available for private sessions
      2. 5:30 – 6:45pm: Warm Yoga Flow, Balance Yoga Center
        • This is a slow Vinyasa Yoga Flow in a room heated to 80-85 degrees. A gentler flow class for all levels connecting the breath with dynamic, flowing movements building to stronger/apex poses with modifications given, assistance, and breaks if you want them. Physical postures are held for shorter periods of time and connected through Sun Salutations and breath, creating the “flow” aspect of this practice. Often referred to as meditation in motion, vinyasa or flow yoga cultivates: strength, endurance, flexibility, balance, focus, and tranquility.
        • Vinyasa has both mental and physical benefits: physically, sweat expels toxins and re-energizes your body; mentally, the synchronized breathing relaxes the mind and the series of postures are designed to help release blockages of energy within the body.

Thursday:

      1. available for private sessions
      2. 2:30 – 4 pm: Wellness Yoga, Shasta Community Health Center: 1035 Placer St, 3rd floor  
        • A free therapeutic yoga class for those who need a less active practice and know that through gentle, quieter, and calmer activity our body, mind, and spirit’s can heal and rejuvenate. This class will offer more yin, restorative, joint freeing, meditatve, breath, and yoga nidra work.

Friday:

      1. available for private sessions

Saturday:

      1. available for private sessions
      2. 10:30 – 11:45 am: Warm Yoga Flow, Balance Yoga
        • This is a slow Vinyasa Yoga Flow in a room heated to 80-85 degrees. A gentler flow class for all levels connecting the breath with dynamic, flowing movements building to stronger/apex poses with modifications given, assistance, and breaks if you want them. Physical postures are held for shorter periods of time and connected through Sun Salutations and breath, creating the “flow” aspect of this practice. Often referred to as meditation in motion, Vinyasa or Flow Yoga cultivates: strength, endurance, flexibility, balance, focus, and tranquility.
        • Vinyasa has both mental and physical benefits: physically, sweat expels toxins and re-energizes your body; mentally, the synchronized breathing relaxes the mind and the series of postures are designed to help release blockages of energy within the body.

Sunday:

      1. available for private sessions
      2. SUP Yoga at Whiskeytown Lake, On Water Yoga, (times vary: check the website for details: OnWaterYoga.com)
        • the SUP (Stand Up Paddleboard) provides a platform on the water for our yoga practice and nature provides a connection to the Divine within you that is unparalleled. This is truly an experience to be felt and one I struggle to put into words. It’s my favorite way to yoga and brings a deep connection not only within, but to those you experience this with. Dress in layers and set your intention to not fall in, or fall in, if you so choose!

Group Classes:

Schedule variations possible due to emergency’s, special events, or holidays.

Please double check with the linked locations to ensure class is happening as planned.

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