Spring is in the air...(sometimes). It was a nice sunny day. I even got to cross country ski at Turtle Lake Park. The wind did make it a bit nippy tho, so I only went around the park one and 1/2 times.. Didn't make it onto the lake as I had planned.
A new session of two months will begin starting the first week of March. It will run through the end of April for a total of 9 weeks. You don't have to sign up for the entire session, we feel it is the way to feel the most successful in this practice at our studio. It helps to create the sense of community that we appreciate so much during these times of political turmoil and confusion.
Hiyala's class: Tues am 9:30-10:45.
Ruth teaches Thursdays "Chair Yoga" 5-6pm and "Body Flow" from 6:15-7:30pm.
Hiyala also teaches a mat pilates class on Thursdays from 10-11am.
To sign up, just email me and let me know your intentions. I'll help you determine the rate you need to pay, and it's always a bit c…
This class will get you fully warmed up, let you explore your own strength and power and then you will cool down, stretch your muscles and then fully let go. You will leave class feeling strong, relaxed and at peace.
Special Classes to start your 2020 off right.Come practice some ways to stay AFLOAT in 2020 Choose from Sat Dec 28th, Sat Jan 11th, or Wed Jan 1 (note the different times for this wed class).
Come and take one class each day, or both. There will be a 30 min break in between allowing people to walk the labyrinth outside by the fire pit, or chat, or snack. .On Wed Jan 1, the same classes will be offered, however we will start at 11am, The 2nd class will begin at 1:00. This is the schedule for Dec 28th and Jan 11th. 1:30-3: Yin Yoga with Thai Yoga Massage
A great opportunity to revive and reset after the holidays.Using long holds supported by blocks and bolsters along with breath work to release into tight spaces - Yin Yoga helps us to let go and relax.Thai Yoga Message is a clothes on style of message. Hiyala might use her hands or feet to press into the energy meridians or use an assisted stretch to help you release deeper into the pose. (Honoring that not everyone likes to be touc…