I am excited to announce a series of yoga classes that will be offered in my studio during May.
After curling in and hibernating from a trying winter, the long dark nights give way to the light of longer days. Peel back the layers of the winter season with this yoga series. Each season has lessons for us. Spring is a gentle awakening reminding us change is all around us and within us. The rain softens the earth for new growth to be possible. These classes will be 60 minutes and each include a balance of yin/yang gentle flow that generates warmth in the body, softness and strength. The sequences of fluid movement build on each other and become its own meditation resulting in clarity of mind and fresh eyes to look upon the new season. Suitable for beginners and all levels. Take time to set an intention for the new season, for your practice, for you. Experience the yoga magic!
Saturdays in May 11am-noon
May 7- Intention setting/lotus heart opening flow
May 14-Root to Rise (earth and water element/hip opening flow)
May 21- Receive Joy (playful fun flow)
Each class costs $15. Spaces are limited.
To hold your spot etransfer: D_anna40@hotmail.com or 306.630.8785
“A little about me— I live in Moose Jaw currently yet spent several years raising my family and loving the small town life in Mortlach, Sk. I have been a student of yoga for about 20 years. I was immediately taken by the way yoga helped me feel at home in my body and calm my mind like nothing else I had found. Some of the most challenging times in my life, my practice became my anchor and instilled my faith and strength. I received my 200 hr YTT certification at the Yoga Loft in May 2020 and started teaching classes via Zoom and The Strong Studio a few months later. By day I work as a Mental Heath Therapist and believe in the benefits yoga has for my clients. I have led classes for individuals on the Mental Health Inpatient Unit in Moose Jaw. I am looking forward to sharing my passion for yoga on and off the mat with you and continue my journey as a life long student and yogi.”