The teachings and benefits of yoga are accessible to all. It is not exclusively for the privileged and able-bodied. This past weekend, I was thrilled to lead a class at the Accessible Yoga Conference, whose members are striving to create a yoga community that is equitable and accessible to all.
Big thanks to my fellow yoga teachers, Donna Jones, and Nikki Palma, for assisting me so generously.
Here’s an impression from participant, Robyn Bell,‘Such a beautiful thing to have folks using a chair, or a mat or a combination of both, as well as being seated, standing, or standing with support of the chair, all practicing together. Specialized classes for specific groups have their place, but integrating options for various needs and being able to connect together in community is also quite special, and important.Thank you Anita for sharing this practice.‘
Looking to celebrate Halloween AND improve balance and strength?
Join me for a fun, beginner ACCESSIBLE yoga class with a Halloween theme on Thursday, October 31st. Bring your friends! All are welcome!
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Why You Should Try Yoga
Yoga is a great way to balance your body, mind, and spirit while gaining strength and stability. I used my yoga training and health care background to make this 5,000 year old practice accessible to all. My teaching style is perfect for those who want to practice with balance & care in order to prevent and avoid injuries. I look forward to seeing you in my next class!
WEEKLY SMALL GROUP SESSIONS
Maximum 6 students per class.
Cost: $40 per class
$350 for 10-Class Card
Center for Spine Care & Mobility
915 Broadway, 21st Street
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748 Union Street @ 6th Avenue
Working one on one in a private session, you will find a practice that is tailored to fit your experience and interests with special attention to any injuries and your specific needs and goals.