Stretch and Strengthen: Noon Hour Iyengar Yoga with Meghan (Feb 2017)
Join Iyengar yoga instructor Meghan Goodman for a progressive series of noon hour classes designed to help students find more ease in their own bodies no matter where they may be on their yoga journey. The Iyengar system of yoga is a therapeutic approach to the body designed for a wide range of ages and body types. It is appropriate for those who may be working with physical limitations or injuries. Through the use of props, a focus on alignment, and a balance of challenging and restorative postures, students will learn to deepen their practice in a way that is safe and supportive. This course will help to build endurance and strength, improve flexibility, and bring a sense of inner calm to carry into the rest of the day. Postures will be modified to suit the needs of each particular student. Beginners welcome.
5 classes, February 17th-March 17th $80+tax
Late registration (after Feb 8th) $90+tax
*there is one spot available for financial assistance in this class. Email email@example.com to apply.
Meghan Goodman is an Iyengar yoga instructor, professional dance artist and mother. She began practicing yoga in 1998 and teaching in 2006, after completing a 200-hour teacher training program through Flow Yoga. Seeking more information on how to work with a wider range of students, Meghan began her studies of Iyengar yoga in 2008. With the guidance of Louie Ettling, Meghan completed the Intro 2 teaching certification in 2013. She is currently working towards assessment for the Intermediate Junior 1 certification. For Meghan, Iyengar yoga has become the steady path to finding stability and space in the body, the antidote to a physically demanding and busy lifestyle, and a method for moving deeper in the practice with intelligence and care. Her classes aim to share the many benefits of yoga through clear instructions, curiosity and humility. For more information please visit: www.meghangoodman.com