Gentle Mindful Yoga
Tuesdays 1 – 2 PM and Wednesdays 9:30 – 10:30; 85 Walnut, Binghamton and Online
I’m so happy to be returning to in-person Yoga classes! This is a gentle class suitable for all including those new to Yoga. All shapes and sizes are encouraged and welcome.* Catch your breath, connect within, and gently stretch and strengthen your body with flowing sequences of asana (postures). Practice in relaxation and guided meditation will follow.
These classes are offered thanks to a grant acquired by Lourdes ACEs program and held at NoMa. This is a new series and currently open to the general public at no cost. Priority to ACES clients.
Class will be held on an on-going basis. Feel free to join at any time.
*If you are unsure of your health status, have multiple issues or are pregnant, ask your doctor before beginning any exercise program.
I absolutely love children and teaching them Yoga and meditation fills my heart. I have taught ages from 5-13 and would be delighted to teach your group. I currently work with the Urban League’s Summer and After School Enrichment Program in Johnson City. To sign up, see BCUL’s website.
Private and Semi Private Yoga
In a private session tailored to your needs, work on improving form in asana, or ease into a new practice by building confidence in a private setting. For a semi-private class, bring a friend for double the fun.
Create Your Home Yoga Practice
By learning to do asana with mindfulness, we begin to learn to bring mindfulness to all our activities and all our moments, moment to moment. This is how we live our Yoga.
Dear to my heart is the concept that Yoga is not meant to be restricted to a Yoga studio. A daily home practice has great advantages over a one-a-week studio class. In private or semi-private sessions I teach series of asana in a manner that empowers you to practice wherever you are, whenever is convenient to your schedule. Six classes are available plus instruction on different meditation techniques. You are not watching a video so your full attention connecting to your body, creating breath awareness, integrating. It is not a practice of fitness alone, but of true Yoga, true union of mind, body and spirit.