Yoga at Middle River will teach you the asana (yoga poses) but essentially I will guide you back home to yourself thru
the asana using breath awareness and mindfulness. Yoga can be a spiritual practice for some, and for others its a mind body workout, for many its a connection to the inner self. Open yourself up to something greater beyond the yoga poses then you will be doing yoga. Yoga asana will alleviate physical tension patterns and tone the muscle in the body. A regular Yoga practice will restore physical mobility by relieving tension in the neck, back, shoulders, pelvis, lower back. Even the internal organs benefit from yoga. These are common areas of the body we hold tension.
Since closing the studio in 2010, Simply Yoga has changed into "Mats on the Move". Please check the website for a
list of classes. Specializing in All Levels Yoga taught in a safe, relaxed enviornment and Senior Citizen Classes, both yoga and a class designed by me that includes stretching, strengthing, balance, cooridination and memory work. I also do private classes and workshops designed for learning how to deal with anxiety and stress.
Located near the University of Connecticut campus, Storrs Yoga Center offers ongoing classes including power, hot,
gentle and all levels yoga. Our teachers come from various backgrounds of study, but we all hold the belief that yoga is for Every Body. If you open your heart and your mind, your body will follow. Come and see what yoga can do for you.
Nancy Alder is a 200H E-RYT who shares her yoga in the Northeastern corner of Connecticut. Nancy’s approach blends
what she has learned from her teachers Anne and Matt Falkowski of Samadhi Yoga Studio, Cheri Clampett and Arturo Peal, Sadie Nardini, Leslie Kaminoff, Anna Guest-Jelley, Jillian Pransky and Joe Barnett along with her own personal yoga practice. She is certified in Therapeutic Yoga, Curvy Yoga , Yin Yoga and is studying Restorative Yoga. She is co-founder of the Connecticut Therapeutic Yoga Center. Her classes are a blend her different trainings with a ton of laughter, community and heart. The emphasis she places on safety, strength and breath allows her classes to be accessible to students of all levels of yoga. She reminds students to find their wings by through acceptance, understanding and appreciating their own boundaries as gifts. Encouraging students to step away from the shazam and into their own space with dashes of humor and honesty sets her classes apart from others.
Nancy regularly writes about yoga for the nationally recognized yoga blogs YogaDork and Elephant Journal and her work has also been featured on MindBodyGreen, Gaiam, Sweeping Zen, Intent and Recovering Yogi. She is the co-founder of Teachasana, the first site for yoga teachers by yoga teachers. Her quest for finding yoga in all aspects of her life is chronicled in her popular blog, Flying Yogini. She has been featured twice in Origin Magazine’s “Inspire Series” and her yoga projects have been highlighted by Yoga Journal‘s online blog.