Power Yoga Weekend: Foundation & Focus

In this class we will use essential alignment principles to give you a healthy base for your power vinyasa practice. The pace will be moderate and the language will be simple so that you can integrate what you experience.

  • Modifications will be offered throughout the practice

  • With a close eye and hands on assists Elizabeth will support your learning

  • All levels are welcome. Experienced students will enjoy grounding practice, students newer to power yoga will gain confidence, and students new to yoga will get a fun and correct start.

Students brand new to yoga should have a basic level of fitness and no major injuries. 

When: Saturday, September 30th, 10:00-12:00pm

Fee: $40 per class, $100 for all three classes, members receive 10% discount

Other: Sign up online or at studio. Arrive 15 minutes early. Class heated to ~90F.

Teachers earn 2hrs of CE with Yoga Alliance. 

 

Other classes in the series include:

  • Friday, 6:00 - 8:00pm: Flowing & Bending
    • For students who are experienced in moving through poses, maintaining breath and focus, resting as needed and who are interested in back bending. 
  • Saturday, 2:00 - 5:00pm: Length & Lightness
    • Students with a comfortable base of alignment will experience the lightness of movement linked to breath. We’ll give extra attention to opening the hips and legs with ample time for savasana.

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E-RYT 500, Baptiste Master Teacher, Elizabeth Huntsman DeAngelis has been teaching yoga since 2000. She has trained extensively with Baron Baptiste, has been a full time teacher at the Baptiste studios in Boston, and has worked closely with Baron on his world renowned bootcamps and teacher trainings. Elizabeth received a B.A. in Psychology from Brown University, has been riding horses her whole life and spent the last twenty four years coaching and competing show jumpers. This intensive study of sports fitness, sports psychology, and active biomechanics has provided a solid foundation for her commitment to classical yogic traditions.