March 5th – April 4th
Wednesdays 9-10:30am & Fridays 12-1:30pm
$120 for 10 classes
Yin Yoga primarily targets the pelvis, hips and lower spine while finding access to the connective tissue in the joints, ligaments & bones. Yin uses fewer poses, held for longer periods of time in a passive and nurturing way.
It is the perfect complement to more dynamic physical exercises such as skiing, biking and or Yang-yoga which contracts and lengthens muscles groups. This series will explore the quiet & still landscapes of the mind and the subtle anatomy of the body. The series will be accompanied by music and poetry.
Registration deadline is Saturday, March 1st!
Amy’s classes are a fusion of global influences which nurture the individual spirit and celebrate the body. She has shared & explored many forms of movement over the years and finds the greatest joy in merging modalities while teaching. Her studies include world dance, Ashtanga yoga, Vinyasa-Flow and Yin Yoga. She finds great inspiration in sharing yoga with children, seniors, and those recovering from injury. Amy honors the influence of her teachers: Erich Schiffman, Paul Grilley, Kira Ryder & Dana Flynn.