SOMA YOGA SERIES
MON JUN 4, 11, 18, 10:30am
Soma is a term simply referring to the body, but somatic movement is typically a repetitious practice of body awareness. A three week study into the physical subtleties of the body. Though somatic movement combined with asana we will gently activate and release muscles, reintegrating consciousness into the body creating greater functionality between your body and mind. The somatic practice will include slow and simple movement combined with the breath repeated intentionally. The movement will encourage a relationship with the body that will enhance alignment and fluidity as well as release trauma or tension. This class is accessible and useful for people of all movement levels
YIN YOGA SERIES
THU JUN 14, 21, 28, 7pm
Yin Yoga is a slow practice, designed for connective tissues of the body. The intensity of remaining in postures for up to 5 minutes means we need to pay special attention to subtle changes of the body and respect our boundaries within our own challenges. It allows space for deep stretching from a gentle perspective. Some poses we'll visit are half pigeon, lizard, shoelace, and various forward folds.
Yin is thought to be a cooling and grounding practice, which is an excellent way to add balance when we start to detach into sporadic summer schedules. Join Kaitlynn in this meditative yin yoga series to see where your edges begin and end.
VINYASA YOGA - Community Classes
THURSDAYS Aprl 19- May 17
Join Kim as she completes her initial yoga teacher training with the 2018 YogaLoft Hatha Yoga Training!
This is a Vinyasa flow class that also includes balance and core strengthening postures. Some yoga experience is recommended, although options for modifications to postures will be demonstrated. This class will help to improve strength, balance, and fitness.
"My name is Kim Jasso and I am currently a candidate for the 200 Hour Hatha Yoga Training Certification through the Yoga Loft in Sheboygan WI. My intended certification completion is June 1, 2018.
I was introduced to yoga in 1998. I practiced on and off for several years. In 2016 I became very serious about improving my health. By the end of that year I was practicing yoga five days per week. My physical health as well as my mental health had improved greatly.
By the end of 2017 I started practicing yoga seven days per week and made the decision to get my yoga teacher certification. I strongly believe in the health benefits of yoga and would like to share this experience with others.
Originally from Chicago, my husband and I moved to Milwaukee in 1986 and then to Plymouth in 1992. We have two grown sons that we try to see as often as possible. My husband and I enjoy travel and spending summers at our cottage in northern WI."
YOGA THEN BEER
SECOND WEDNESDAYS 7pm
use your class pass, or $14 drop-in rate
Support two local businesses in one night! Get your stress out and your stretch on with yoga, and then slide over to the Plymouth Brewing Company for a cold local brew!
2019 Yoga Teacher Training (ytt)
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