Yoga for EVERY body. Liz believes that hatha (the physical yoga) should be therapeutic for YOUR life. In Liz's classes you will get stronger and more flexible in a balanced way to avoid injuries and be able to enjoy your life in a way that you may have thought was only for the very young.
Liz is a full time Kripalu Certified Yoga teacher who is influenced by Desikachar's Viniyoga (moving in coordination with breath,) self-compassion and exploration from Kripalu Yoga, and the flow of Vinyasa Yoga. She brings her expertise from working with thousands of yoga students of every body type with her in designing a sequence of postures that works best for each individual class. She has been teaching Yoga full time since 1998. You will feel welcomed by Liz's delightful style of teaching with humor and individual care.
Liz offers Private Appointments; Moderate to Gentle, Beginners to Advanced. Call if you're interested in becoming more balanced in your body, mind, and ultimately...life.
Instructed by Gerri Landau, this Yoga program will combine unique breathing techniques (pranayamas) with demonstrations
and instruction of many of the 26 postures which comprise the Kripalu Yoga System. This system of Yoga encourages range of motion, flexibility, strength, balance and most importantly a non-judgmental atmosphere. Yoga through centuries has been proven to improve states of health in body and mind. Open to Beginners and Intermediates.
Yoga on Rope and Pole has evolved a long way. The earliest recorded references are found in the 12th century (1135AD).
It was revived in the 18th century by one of the fitness instructor to kings in India. This sport is slowly accepted in the USA, Germany, and Japan as well.
This sport has very unique characteristics; 1)Sport is played against gravity–vertically up wards 2)Sport gives maximum exercises for maximum muscles in minimum period of time 3)Sport is combination of Yoga, Gymnastics, and Martial Arts; This is also performed as artistic Mallakhamb; analogical to artistic Gymnastics