Yoga, Mind & Body Drop-in Schedule
Drop-in Nia class at 9 a.m., June 14 at the North Boulder Rec Center has been cancelled.
Kathleen Murphy Yoga, Mind/Body Program 303-413-7466
Caroline Goosman: I would say my style is flow and vigorous.
Martha Griffin: My drop-in class is a moderate intensity flowing style of yoga and is Ashtanga-inspired. We start with variations on sun salutations to get warmed up and then move to standing poses, seated poses and optional inversions.
John Steele: This all-levels drop-in Hatha yoga class is taught according to the method of B.K.S. Iyengar, and emphasizes health, happiness, peace and poise. I provide precise, sequential instructions and as many props as needed to help students of all levels of physical ability safely access a variety of yoga postures. Students are given plenty of time to find their optimal alignment in each phase of a pose before moving on to the next step.
Dan Michael: My Sunday drop in class would be Slow Flow with Alignment, Ashtanga inspired.
Angel Lin: I would describe them both of my drop-in classes as: meditative vinyasa based on the key elements in Ashtanga System: breath, gaze and bandhas.
Ravi Dykema: My class is "all levels" and is breath-centered-Hatha, drawn from Gitananda Yoga (my guru's method). Intensity: moderate, some flow, some held poses; ambiance is meditative.
Louann Harlow: Mainly mindfulness and breath-based asana practice influenced by many lineages. The intensity includes everything from slow to flow to challenging. Restorative is, however, slow and gentle.
Tom Schweda: Ashtanga style with a flow allowing for vigor.
Brian Burton: I teach a slow flow breath-centered Hatha yoga. I infuse pranayama, mantra, visualization, poetry and humor into my classes.
Lori Batcheller: My style is Kripalu, known as meditation in motion. I'd say it's a gentle to moderate class.
Shawna Suzyn: I teach an energetic flow (vinyasa) based style of yoga, influenced by my eclectic and broad study of many yoga traditions over the past 17 years, that includes focus on breath, grounding, compassionate self-awareness, alignment, chanting, meditation, visualization, intention, purification, deep relaxation, and contemplation.
Juliana Dahl: My class is partially Ashtanga-based because it is a series of poses linked together by the breath. The emphasis of the entire practice of yoga, whether moving in asana or seated, is a meditation. Each part of the pose is initiated by the next breath. The student at level one, two or three is comfortable in the class because options are given for each pose. I try to challenge those students who are ready for the next level, and respect those who desire a slow and easy practice.
Karen Nicholson Cobble: The intensity level is dependent on the person; class is suitable for all. The class can be intense, as poses are held for 3 to 5 minutes, so if you don't like being still it's intense, if you enjoy stillness, the intensity is in lengthening the connective tissues and the sensation involved with that.
Arielle Schwartz: My style is a blend of kundalini, vinyasa, and hatha. Intensity: Slow flow may be vigorous at times but not sweaty...all levels.
Pre-Registered Class Visitor Fees: Yoga, Pilates Mat, T'ai Chi, Feldenkrais and Chi Kung classes can accommodate visitors. To attend a class from the current seasonal guide, purchase a visitors fee of $15.75 or purchase a 5 card pass for $65. Visitor's fee will cost $17 or a 5-card pass can be purchased for $70 starting Jan 1, 2012. Pre-registered class schedule
Last Updated on Thursday, 13 June 2013 09:44