Monday, March 2, 2015

9:30:am Gentle
6:00:pm All Levels Vinyasa
7:30:pm Pranayama

Beginner's Yoga Workshop with Malisa

Saturdays, March 28,  and April 18 at 2-4PM. Cost: $20 Read more about Beginner's Yoga Workshop with Malisa

About

Our center is located at 105 H Church St. in historic downtown Madison. We are nestled into a local scene that is being revitalized with shops and restaurants in walking distance of the studio. Our convenience to I-565 and Wall Triana makes us an easy destination from Huntsville, Decatur and Athens, as well as all the smaller communities surrounding Madison. Contact us by email (kerrydporter@yahoo.com) or phone: 256-975-6820. Connect with us on FB!

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Restorative Yoga with Leah

Leah Fox is returning as a guest teacher for the Monday All Levels class at 6PM on these dates: January 26, February 16 and March 16. Her focus is restorative practice. Read more about Restorative Yoga with Leah

How We Teach Yoga

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Kerry's classes link posture with breath, typically called Vinyasa. Students practice integrated patterns of breath, movement, and awareness from the very beginning. This system of techniques works well for new students, even in cases of limited mobility and injury. Kerry also offers more vigorous Intermediate sessions for those with athletic goals. All are welcome. Expect clear articulation of the organizational principles of yoga postures in a light hearted setting.

Malisa teaches Hatha Yoga classes for all ages and abilities. She teaches Gentle, Beginner's, All levels and Intermediate, as well as monthly workshops for Beginners. She also offers prenatal and postnatal Yoga.

Ben's classes are Vinyasa-based as well. He teaches All levels and Intermediate with a special emphasis on seated breath exercises. He has a class devoted to breath work on Mondays at 7:30PM.

We are all available for private yoga sessions. These sessions can be a way for students to learn basic postures before integrating into group sessions, and to individualize the practice so it is optimally effective.