A yoga practice for the body, mind, and baby. Rachel Olsson or Dana Robinson will lead the mother-to-be through gentle asanas that help support a healthy birth and labor. Pregnancy is a sacred passage in your life. Honor this time by building body and breath awareness while bonding with your baby. .
Parent and Child
During a Baby class, babies enjoy yoga while on their backs, tummies, or held in loving arms. For parents, this class is a special opportunity to meet other moms, get support, and learn about babys emerging personality. Most of the yoga we do is for baby, but you will also learn breathing and relaxation techniques as you practice a bit of yoga yourself. No yoga experience is required.
Tots and Tykes
Tykes Yoga combines unique toddler-friendly yoga poses with songs, stories, and games to create an enriching parent/child activity. Each class is personalized around tykes curiosities as they learn yoga through social interaction, repetition, and play. Tykes also learn how to relieve frustration, improve motor skills, and increase attention span by actively following directions. Help your tyke build the foundation for a healthy and fit lifestyle while having fun! No yoga experience is required.
Kids and Tweens
Finally a class for you and your older children to enjoy together. Join us the first Saturday of each month for this fun-filled, creative class. We will learn breathing techniques, do individual and partner poses, play games, and end with an art/creative project. For children 4+ and their parents/grandparents/families.
Join Shelly Horswill as she teaches a vinyasa style of yoga with a focus on alignment and mindfulness. Shelly believes that yoga provides the perfect complement to a well-rounded fitness program, and that it should be accessible to people of varying levels of fitness. As a result, she offers modifications for poses in her class so that people can individualize their yoga practice, and therefore get the most benefit from it. In her yoga classes, Shelly aims to nurture not only the body, but also to calm the mind and nurture the spirit.