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Align and Strengthen
Alignment Vinyasa 75
Balance and Mobility
Hatha for Beginners
M.A.S.H. Bootcamp
Slow Flow
Strengthening Yoga
Strengthening Yoga 60
Vinyasa Yoga 1-2
Women's Health & Prenatal Yoga
Yogalates
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Ana Murphy
Erin Rutherford
Laurie Klein
Mary Justiniani
Nadia B
Sage McClive
Zen Forbes
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9:00 am
9:00 am
1 hour 15 minutes
morning
406931
695951
Balance and Mobility
with Laurie Klein New!
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
This is a time of changing seasons. During seasonal transitions, we use our yoga practice to find balance, stability, flexibility and comfort. In times of change our breath is our ally. A balanced breath keeps us energized and peaceful, keeps the body strong and resilient, and the mind tranquil yet awake! In this 75-minute class we will focus on linking the breath with movement. Class begins with a simple neural warm-up that will help energize and mobilize your feet, legs, spine, hips, arms and hands. You will then be guided through alignment based asana sequences that will allow your body to release tension, as well as, strengthen and stretch specific muscles and groups of muscles. We will be using various props to deepen our postures and find balance in many of the poses. This practice will ensure fluidity and strength on and off the mat for the rest of your day.
About Laurie Klein
I’ve always been happiest when I’m in motion. I’ve spent my life cycling, backpacking, snowboarding, long-distance running, weight lifting and doing ecstatic dance and yoga. Things changed dramatically and suddenly when I had a serious road cycling accident in 2009. I broke my arm and leg in multiple places and was in recovery for six months. My life was forever changed. I used yoga, chiropractic, acupuncture and massage therapy to help heal my body AND my soul. Because of these experiences I know the value and need to not only get healthy, but to also sustain good health. Today, my practice is focused on a combination of various hands on care modalities including; Chiropractic, deep and subtle soft tissue massage therapies, therapeutic sports and injury management, including active release technique, (ART), yoga therapy and Z-Health. I have been a practicing Chiropractor for 21 years and I am well versed in various protocols, therapy approaches and styles. As a structural and movement specialist, pain and injury management for my clients has always been a strong focus. In order to expand and evolve my practice I am now studying and integrating Z Health protocols for my clients. Z Health is a brain based/neurologic approach to fitness. This system targets the body through visual skills, balance and movement challenges, sensory integration drills and a host of other novel approaches. We are talking ‘neural re-education’! Spinal and postural alignment are at the core of my Iyengar/Hatha based yoga classes. My yoga therapy classes, workshops, one on one training and on-site treatments are tailored to encourage spinal alignment and flexibiity, safe and functional body mechanics, breath awareness and physical and mental strengthening. They are designed for people who are in chronic and acute pain, as well as for athletes and students who are new to yoga. The classes are descriptive and detail oriented, focused on form and the use of breath in all poses, but also inspirational and FUN!! I am dedicated to teaching yoga as a method to heal the body and free the mind, to encourage the strength and wisdom of the body to emerge and to support people in all of their endeavors.

Monday, October 15 at 9:00 am
9:00 am
1 hour 15 minutes
morning
406931
695951
Balance and Mobility
with Laurie Klein
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
This is a time of changing seasons. During seasonal transitions, we use our yoga practice to find balance, stability, flexibility and comfort. In times of change our breath is our ally. A balanced breath keeps us energized and peaceful, keeps the body strong and resilient, and the mind tranquil yet awake! In this 75-minute class we will focus on linking the breath with movement. Class begins with a simple neural warm-up that will help energize and mobilize your feet, legs, spine, hips, arms and hands. You will then be guided through alignment based asana sequences that will allow your body to release tension, as well as, strengthen and stretch specific muscles and groups of muscles. We will be using various props to deepen our postures and find balance in many of the poses. This practice will ensure fluidity and strength on and off the mat for the rest of your day.
About Laurie Klein
I’ve always been happiest when I’m in motion. I’ve spent my life cycling, backpacking, snowboarding, long-distance running, weight lifting and doing ecstatic dance and yoga. Things changed dramatically and suddenly when I had a serious road cycling accident in 2009. I broke my arm and leg in multiple places and was in recovery for six months. My life was forever changed. I used yoga, chiropractic, acupuncture and massage therapy to help heal my body AND my soul. Because of these experiences I know the value and need to not only get healthy, but to also sustain good health. Today, my practice is focused on a combination of various hands on care modalities including; Chiropractic, deep and subtle soft tissue massage therapies, therapeutic sports and injury management, including active release technique, (ART), yoga therapy and Z-Health. I have been a practicing Chiropractor for 21 years and I am well versed in various protocols, therapy approaches and styles. As a structural and movement specialist, pain and injury management for my clients has always been a strong focus. In order to expand and evolve my practice I am now studying and integrating Z Health protocols for my clients. Z Health is a brain based/neurologic approach to fitness. This system targets the body through visual skills, balance and movement challenges, sensory integration drills and a host of other novel approaches. We are talking ‘neural re-education’! Spinal and postural alignment are at the core of my Iyengar/Hatha based yoga classes. My yoga therapy classes, workshops, one on one training and on-site treatments are tailored to encourage spinal alignment and flexibiity, safe and functional body mechanics, breath awareness and physical and mental strengthening. They are designed for people who are in chronic and acute pain, as well as for athletes and students who are new to yoga. The classes are descriptive and detail oriented, focused on form and the use of breath in all poses, but also inspirational and FUN!! I am dedicated to teaching yoga as a method to heal the body and free the mind, to encourage the strength and wisdom of the body to emerge and to support people in all of their endeavors.

Tuesday, October 16 at 9:00 am
9:00 am
1 hour 15 minutes
morning
1996037
794359
Yogalates
with Erin Rutherford
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
This class is the beautiful pairing of two revered movement practices: Pilates and yoga. Yoga-lates is a core focused class that pulls from the ancient asanas of yoga as well as the core centered movement of Pilates. We will flow through the fundamentals of both practices. There is an emphasis on creating that “long, lean, dancer body” as well as cultivating a centered focused mind. What more could you ask for?

Wednesday, October 17 at 9:00 am
9:00 am
1 hour 15 minutes
morning
1355169
682533
Alignment Vinyasa 75
with Ana Murphy
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
If you come to the Saturday 9 am class the building is locked and you must be at the front doors no later then 8:58 am. In this class we will dive into the essence of yoga, by understanding why we practice. Although yoga is a great physical work out, it is also a science that has been developed over 2,500 years.Through this science we can achieve great physical strength and flexibility, mental clarity, and have emotional releases all of which go far beyond what is practiced in the classroom. We will experience all that yoga has to offer by exploring our bodies and moving beyond the mind which can eventually connect us to the true self. We will learn correct alignment in the most fundamental Asanas (postures) as well as dive into the energetic body exploring the sensations of the breath and chakras. This class is great for both beginners and for those who want to deepen their existing practice.
About Ana Murphy
Ana fell in Loe with yoga over 15 years ago. Coming from a systems engineering background, she realized she needed something, not just exercise, but something to quiet her mind. She learned to find balance in her life while moving her body. After losing her in son in 2014, yoga helped her find peace and to learn acceptance. She is convinced that yoga and meditation will help with any obstacles in life as well as finding harmony and calm within. This is what she wants to pass on to her students. She graduated from CorePower Yoga 200 hours teaching training program in 2017 and also is certified in YogaFit Teacher Training program, level 1. She enjoys spreading her passion for yoga to her students. She sees yoga as a gift that came into her life and shares their gift with her students.

Thursday, October 18 at 9:00 am
9:00 am
1 hour 15 minutes
morning
1355169
682533
Alignment Vinyasa 75
with Ana Murphy
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
If you come to the Saturday 9 am class the building is locked and you must be at the front doors no later then 8:58 am. In this class we will dive into the essence of yoga, by understanding why we practice. Although yoga is a great physical work out, it is also a science that has been developed over 2,500 years.Through this science we can achieve great physical strength and flexibility, mental clarity, and have emotional releases all of which go far beyond what is practiced in the classroom. We will experience all that yoga has to offer by exploring our bodies and moving beyond the mind which can eventually connect us to the true self. We will learn correct alignment in the most fundamental Asanas (postures) as well as dive into the energetic body exploring the sensations of the breath and chakras. This class is great for both beginners and for those who want to deepen their existing practice.
About Ana Murphy
Ana fell in Loe with yoga over 15 years ago. Coming from a systems engineering background, she realized she needed something, not just exercise, but something to quiet her mind. She learned to find balance in her life while moving her body. After losing her in son in 2014, yoga helped her find peace and to learn acceptance. She is convinced that yoga and meditation will help with any obstacles in life as well as finding harmony and calm within. This is what she wants to pass on to her students. She graduated from CorePower Yoga 200 hours teaching training program in 2017 and also is certified in YogaFit Teacher Training program, level 1. She enjoys spreading her passion for yoga to her students. She sees yoga as a gift that came into her life and shares their gift with her students.

Friday, October 19 at 9:00 am
9:00 am
1 hour
morning
1942229
834905
Align and Strengthen
with Nadia B New!
1 hour minutes
This vigorous Vinyasa Yoga class will focus on holding poses with proper alignment to allow for prana (energy) to flow, muscles to lengthen and strengthen, and the mind to attain a more relaxed or meditative state. After warming up with flowing sun salutations, more challenging asana (postures) will be introduced with precise alignment cues and held for up to 5 breaths. We will work on balancing, core strengthening, and back bending poses. This class is suitable for all levels and will offer modifications based on ability.

Saturday, October 20 at 9:00 am
10:15 am
10:15 am
1 hour
morning
1699861
378689
M.A.S.H. Bootcamp
with Mary Justiniani
1 hour minutes
M.A.S.H "Mindful Agility and Strength Hour"Let's mix things up a bit! M.A.S.H will get you strong, agile and mental focused. Why not do it all and maximize your hour? Be ready to lift, dance, tighten and stretch to your body's potential. Be ready to M.A.S.H it up!
About Mary Justiniani
Mary Grace Justiniani is a movement and fitness enthusiast with some incredibly skilled hands for bodywork. She graduated from The National Holistic Institute of Massage Therapy (March 2015) and I has a B.S in Kinesiology from San Francisco State University. She specializes in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports, Joint Mobilization, Pre- Natal, Shiatsu, Thai, and Chair massage. As a fitness trainer, she likes to keep her classes fun and challenging with agility drills, demanding body weight and equipment resistance circuits combined with a bit of dance and yoga for postural and movement mindfulness. She strives to provide the best service she can by having an honest and positive collaboration with those she works with so strategies are rewarded with the desired results.

Saturday, October 20 at 10:15 am
10:30 am
10:30 am
1 hour 15 minutes
morning
406931
695951
Balance and Mobility
with Laurie Klein New!
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
This is a time of changing seasons. During seasonal transitions, we use our yoga practice to find balance, stability, flexibility and comfort. In times of change our breath is our ally. A balanced breath keeps us energized and peaceful, keeps the body strong and resilient, and the mind tranquil yet awake! In this 75-minute class we will focus on linking the breath with movement. Class begins with a simple neural warm-up that will help energize and mobilize your feet, legs, spine, hips, arms and hands. You will then be guided through alignment based asana sequences that will allow your body to release tension, as well as, strengthen and stretch specific muscles and groups of muscles. We will be using various props to deepen our postures and find balance in many of the poses. This practice will ensure fluidity and strength on and off the mat for the rest of your day.
About Laurie Klein
I’ve always been happiest when I’m in motion. I’ve spent my life cycling, backpacking, snowboarding, long-distance running, weight lifting and doing ecstatic dance and yoga. Things changed dramatically and suddenly when I had a serious road cycling accident in 2009. I broke my arm and leg in multiple places and was in recovery for six months. My life was forever changed. I used yoga, chiropractic, acupuncture and massage therapy to help heal my body AND my soul. Because of these experiences I know the value and need to not only get healthy, but to also sustain good health. Today, my practice is focused on a combination of various hands on care modalities including; Chiropractic, deep and subtle soft tissue massage therapies, therapeutic sports and injury management, including active release technique, (ART), yoga therapy and Z-Health. I have been a practicing Chiropractor for 21 years and I am well versed in various protocols, therapy approaches and styles. As a structural and movement specialist, pain and injury management for my clients has always been a strong focus. In order to expand and evolve my practice I am now studying and integrating Z Health protocols for my clients. Z Health is a brain based/neurologic approach to fitness. This system targets the body through visual skills, balance and movement challenges, sensory integration drills and a host of other novel approaches. We are talking ‘neural re-education’! Spinal and postural alignment are at the core of my Iyengar/Hatha based yoga classes. My yoga therapy classes, workshops, one on one training and on-site treatments are tailored to encourage spinal alignment and flexibiity, safe and functional body mechanics, breath awareness and physical and mental strengthening. They are designed for people who are in chronic and acute pain, as well as for athletes and students who are new to yoga. The classes are descriptive and detail oriented, focused on form and the use of breath in all poses, but also inspirational and FUN!! I am dedicated to teaching yoga as a method to heal the body and free the mind, to encourage the strength and wisdom of the body to emerge and to support people in all of their endeavors.

Monday, October 15 at 10:30 am
10:30 am
1 hour 15 minutes
morning
406931
695951
Balance and Mobility
with Laurie Klein
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
This is a time of changing seasons. During seasonal transitions, we use our yoga practice to find balance, stability, flexibility and comfort. In times of change our breath is our ally. A balanced breath keeps us energized and peaceful, keeps the body strong and resilient, and the mind tranquil yet awake! In this 75-minute class we will focus on linking the breath with movement. Class begins with a simple neural warm-up that will help energize and mobilize your feet, legs, spine, hips, arms and hands. You will then be guided through alignment based asana sequences that will allow your body to release tension, as well as, strengthen and stretch specific muscles and groups of muscles. We will be using various props to deepen our postures and find balance in many of the poses. This practice will ensure fluidity and strength on and off the mat for the rest of your day.
About Laurie Klein
I’ve always been happiest when I’m in motion. I’ve spent my life cycling, backpacking, snowboarding, long-distance running, weight lifting and doing ecstatic dance and yoga. Things changed dramatically and suddenly when I had a serious road cycling accident in 2009. I broke my arm and leg in multiple places and was in recovery for six months. My life was forever changed. I used yoga, chiropractic, acupuncture and massage therapy to help heal my body AND my soul. Because of these experiences I know the value and need to not only get healthy, but to also sustain good health. Today, my practice is focused on a combination of various hands on care modalities including; Chiropractic, deep and subtle soft tissue massage therapies, therapeutic sports and injury management, including active release technique, (ART), yoga therapy and Z-Health. I have been a practicing Chiropractor for 21 years and I am well versed in various protocols, therapy approaches and styles. As a structural and movement specialist, pain and injury management for my clients has always been a strong focus. In order to expand and evolve my practice I am now studying and integrating Z Health protocols for my clients. Z Health is a brain based/neurologic approach to fitness. This system targets the body through visual skills, balance and movement challenges, sensory integration drills and a host of other novel approaches. We are talking ‘neural re-education’! Spinal and postural alignment are at the core of my Iyengar/Hatha based yoga classes. My yoga therapy classes, workshops, one on one training and on-site treatments are tailored to encourage spinal alignment and flexibiity, safe and functional body mechanics, breath awareness and physical and mental strengthening. They are designed for people who are in chronic and acute pain, as well as for athletes and students who are new to yoga. The classes are descriptive and detail oriented, focused on form and the use of breath in all poses, but also inspirational and FUN!! I am dedicated to teaching yoga as a method to heal the body and free the mind, to encourage the strength and wisdom of the body to emerge and to support people in all of their endeavors.

Tuesday, October 16 at 10:30 am
10:30 am
1 hour 15 minutes
morning
718459
794359
Hatha for Beginners
with Erin Rutherford
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
This class is perfect for the brand-new students to yoga, for any yogi seeking to explore a more therapeutic, slower approach to practice. Hatha for Beginners gives a solid foundation of the basics of yoga in a relaxed and non competitive atmosphere. Students practice proper alignment in postures, breath-work, flow and chanting.Class moves slowly and helps you to build your strength and flexibility while avoiding injury.All level are students welcome!

Wednesday, October 17 at 10:30 am
10:30 am
1 hour
morning
718468
682533
Slow Flow
with Ana Murphy
1 hour minutes
A gentle, slower flowing Vinyasa Yoga class, this is a great way to wind down after a long Monday. We will focus on releasing tension through pranayama (breathwork) as well as hip openers, forward folds, and other poses, ending with a meditative savasana (final resting pose). Come experience how this practice can leave you feeling calm, expansive, and open.
About Ana Murphy
Ana fell in Loe with yoga over 15 years ago. Coming from a systems engineering background, she realized she needed something, not just exercise, but something to quiet her mind. She learned to find balance in her life while moving her body. After losing her in son in 2014, yoga helped her find peace and to learn acceptance. She is convinced that yoga and meditation will help with any obstacles in life as well as finding harmony and calm within. This is what she wants to pass on to her students. She graduated from CorePower Yoga 200 hours teaching training program in 2017 and also is certified in YogaFit Teacher Training program, level 1. She enjoys spreading her passion for yoga to her students. She sees yoga as a gift that came into her life and shares their gift with her students.

Thursday, October 18 at 10:30 am
10:30 am
1 hour
morning
718468
682533
Slow Flow
with Ana Murphy
1 hour minutes
A gentle, slower flowing Vinyasa Yoga class, this is a great way to wind down after a long Monday. We will focus on releasing tension through pranayama (breathwork) as well as hip openers, forward folds, and other poses, ending with a meditative savasana (final resting pose). Come experience how this practice can leave you feeling calm, expansive, and open.
About Ana Murphy
Ana fell in Loe with yoga over 15 years ago. Coming from a systems engineering background, she realized she needed something, not just exercise, but something to quiet her mind. She learned to find balance in her life while moving her body. After losing her in son in 2014, yoga helped her find peace and to learn acceptance. She is convinced that yoga and meditation will help with any obstacles in life as well as finding harmony and calm within. This is what she wants to pass on to her students. She graduated from CorePower Yoga 200 hours teaching training program in 2017 and also is certified in YogaFit Teacher Training program, level 1. She enjoys spreading her passion for yoga to her students. She sees yoga as a gift that came into her life and shares their gift with her students.

Friday, October 19 at 10:30 am
5:30 pm
5:30 pm
1 hour 15 minutes
evening
1355169
682533
Alignment Vinyasa 75
with Ana Murphy New!
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
If you come to the Saturday 9 am class the building is locked and you must be at the front doors no later then 8:58 am. In this class we will dive into the essence of yoga, by understanding why we practice. Although yoga is a great physical work out, it is also a science that has been developed over 2,500 years.Through this science we can achieve great physical strength and flexibility, mental clarity, and have emotional releases all of which go far beyond what is practiced in the classroom. We will experience all that yoga has to offer by exploring our bodies and moving beyond the mind which can eventually connect us to the true self. We will learn correct alignment in the most fundamental Asanas (postures) as well as dive into the energetic body exploring the sensations of the breath and chakras. This class is great for both beginners and for those who want to deepen their existing practice.
About Ana Murphy
Ana fell in Loe with yoga over 15 years ago. Coming from a systems engineering background, she realized she needed something, not just exercise, but something to quiet her mind. She learned to find balance in her life while moving her body. After losing her in son in 2014, yoga helped her find peace and to learn acceptance. She is convinced that yoga and meditation will help with any obstacles in life as well as finding harmony and calm within. This is what she wants to pass on to her students. She graduated from CorePower Yoga 200 hours teaching training program in 2017 and also is certified in YogaFit Teacher Training program, level 1. She enjoys spreading her passion for yoga to her students. She sees yoga as a gift that came into her life and shares their gift with her students.

Monday, October 15 at 5:30 pm
5:30 pm
1 hour 15 minutes
evening
323704
843864
Vinyasa Yoga 1-2
with Zen Forbes New!
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
This class is suitable for those who feel comfortable practicing Sun Salutations and have prior experience with vinyasa yoga.Meditation and simple chants open and close the class to create a mindful space.Sequences explore Warrior poses, forward bends, balancing poses, twists and backbends.Modifications are offered to allow every body to find centering within each pose.Pranayama work outside of ujayii breath is introduced.Students should be free of major injuries.

Tuesday, October 16 at 5:30 pm
5:30 pm
1 hour
evening
2247660
55795
Women's Health & Prenatal Yoga
with Sage McClive
1 hour minutes
This class is specifically focused on stretching, stabilizing, and releasing the musculature structures of the pelvic region, mid-back, and shoulders. You can expect many poses that are centered around reproductive health and maintenance, as well as incorporating supportive poses for women who are already pregnant or are trying to become pregnant. There will be an emphasis on integrating the pelvic girdle to the shoulder girdle through certain pranayama (breath) exercises and therapeutic asanas (poses). Any woman is invited to come regardless of yoga experience. Poses are modified to assist particular issues as they appear.
About Sage McClive
Sage McClive began a passionate relationship with yoga many years ago when she was recovering from a severe lumbar and neck strain as a young person fresh out of college. Yoga was the catalyst for her full recovery from those injuries and is still the first remedy used in her life to maintain a radiant lifestyle. After many years of sampling different styles of yoga and healing modalities, she committed to becoming a teacher of a therapeutic-style yoga as a way to share her knowledge for the vast healing benefits of a yoga practice. She decided to train through the ViniYoga lineage where she could apply her knowledge of holistic healing to her yoga classes. She's a firm believer that anyone can practice yoga safely and effectively - it's all a matter of using the adaptations of poses and maintaining a creative mind as a teacher to offer new adaptations for specific situations.  

Wednesday, October 17 at 5:30 pm
5:30 pm
1 hour 15 minutes
evening
2509542
55795
Strengthening Yoga
with Sage McClive
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
This is a class intended to therapeutically build a strong foundation and core for your body to work from. During this class you can expect to find your physical edge and work on asanas/poses that keep you at that edge. Most asanas will be focused on strengthening and stretching the major muscle groups (thighs, back, and abdominals) to help us feel supported at all times by our own bodies. There are modifications for all poses to accommodate most levels, so all are welcome. The structure of the class will be like Sage's other therapeutic classes.
About Sage McClive
Sage McClive began a passionate relationship with yoga many years ago when she was recovering from a severe lumbar and neck strain as a young person fresh out of college. Yoga was the catalyst for her full recovery from those injuries and is still the first remedy used in her life to maintain a radiant lifestyle. After many years of sampling different styles of yoga and healing modalities, she committed to becoming a teacher of a therapeutic-style yoga as a way to share her knowledge for the vast healing benefits of a yoga practice. She decided to train through the ViniYoga lineage where she could apply her knowledge of holistic healing to her yoga classes. She's a firm believer that anyone can practice yoga safely and effectively - it's all a matter of using the adaptations of poses and maintaining a creative mind as a teacher to offer new adaptations for specific situations.  

Thursday, October 18 at 5:30 pm
6:45 pm
6:45 pm
1 hour
evening
718468
682533
Slow Flow
with Ana Murphy New!
1 hour minutes
A gentle, slower flowing Vinyasa Yoga class, this is a great way to wind down after a long Monday. We will focus on releasing tension through pranayama (breathwork) as well as hip openers, forward folds, and other poses, ending with a meditative savasana (final resting pose). Come experience how this practice can leave you feeling calm, expansive, and open.
About Ana Murphy
Ana fell in Loe with yoga over 15 years ago. Coming from a systems engineering background, she realized she needed something, not just exercise, but something to quiet her mind. She learned to find balance in her life while moving her body. After losing her in son in 2014, yoga helped her find peace and to learn acceptance. She is convinced that yoga and meditation will help with any obstacles in life as well as finding harmony and calm within. This is what she wants to pass on to her students. She graduated from CorePower Yoga 200 hours teaching training program in 2017 and also is certified in YogaFit Teacher Training program, level 1. She enjoys spreading her passion for yoga to her students. She sees yoga as a gift that came into her life and shares their gift with her students.

Monday, October 15 at 6:45 pm
6:45 pm
1 hour
evening
746822
55795
Strengthening Yoga 60
with Sage McClive
1 hour minutes
This is a class intended to therapeutically build a strong foundation and core for your body to work from. During this class you can expect to find your physical edge and work on asanas/poses that keep you at that edge. Most asanas will be focused on strengthening and stretching the major muscle groups (thighs, back, and abdominals) to help us feel supported at all times by our own bodies. There are modifications for all poses to accommodate most levels, so all are welcome. The structure of the class will be like Sage's other therapeutic classes.
About Sage McClive
Sage McClive began a passionate relationship with yoga many years ago when she was recovering from a severe lumbar and neck strain as a young person fresh out of college. Yoga was the catalyst for her full recovery from those injuries and is still the first remedy used in her life to maintain a radiant lifestyle. After many years of sampling different styles of yoga and healing modalities, she committed to becoming a teacher of a therapeutic-style yoga as a way to share her knowledge for the vast healing benefits of a yoga practice. She decided to train through the ViniYoga lineage where she could apply her knowledge of holistic healing to her yoga classes. She's a firm believer that anyone can practice yoga safely and effectively - it's all a matter of using the adaptations of poses and maintaining a creative mind as a teacher to offer new adaptations for specific situations.  

Wednesday, October 17 at 6:45 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
1 hour
evening
1699861
378689
M.A.S.H. Bootcamp
with Mary Justiniani New!
1 hour minutes
M.A.S.H "Mindful Agility and Strength Hour"Let's mix things up a bit! M.A.S.H will get you strong, agile and mental focused. Why not do it all and maximize your hour? Be ready to lift, dance, tighten and stretch to your body's potential. Be ready to M.A.S.H it up!
About Mary Justiniani
Mary Grace Justiniani is a movement and fitness enthusiast with some incredibly skilled hands for bodywork. She graduated from The National Holistic Institute of Massage Therapy (March 2015) and I has a B.S in Kinesiology from San Francisco State University. She specializes in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports, Joint Mobilization, Pre- Natal, Shiatsu, Thai, and Chair massage. As a fitness trainer, she likes to keep her classes fun and challenging with agility drills, demanding body weight and equipment resistance circuits combined with a bit of dance and yoga for postural and movement mindfulness. She strives to provide the best service she can by having an honest and positive collaboration with those she works with so strategies are rewarded with the desired results.

Tuesday, October 16 at 7:00 pm
7:00 pm
1 hour
evening
1699861
378689
M.A.S.H. Bootcamp
with Mary Justiniani
1 hour minutes
M.A.S.H "Mindful Agility and Strength Hour"Let's mix things up a bit! M.A.S.H will get you strong, agile and mental focused. Why not do it all and maximize your hour? Be ready to lift, dance, tighten and stretch to your body's potential. Be ready to M.A.S.H it up!
About Mary Justiniani
Mary Grace Justiniani is a movement and fitness enthusiast with some incredibly skilled hands for bodywork. She graduated from The National Holistic Institute of Massage Therapy (March 2015) and I has a B.S in Kinesiology from San Francisco State University. She specializes in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports, Joint Mobilization, Pre- Natal, Shiatsu, Thai, and Chair massage. As a fitness trainer, she likes to keep her classes fun and challenging with agility drills, demanding body weight and equipment resistance circuits combined with a bit of dance and yoga for postural and movement mindfulness. She strives to provide the best service she can by having an honest and positive collaboration with those she works with so strategies are rewarded with the desired results.

Thursday, October 18 at 7:00 pm

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