I have been a student of yoga for many years. I have always been interested in the philosophical and meditative aspects of yoga, as well as the physical benefits. After retiring from my work as a physician in 2014, I wondered what could I do for my community. I have personally gained so much from yoga, that I wanted to share it. I signed up for the Richmond Beach Yoga teacher training, graduating in April of 2015. The program provided me with a good understanding of the various schools of yoga practice, the history and ancient writings and the skills needed for teaching. We did an extensive study of musculoskeletal anatomy and used that information to learn to teach yoga poses safely and effectively. I would like to give credit and thanks to Jennifer Cabañero, my first “real” yoga teacher, Donna Farhi, her mentor, and my RBY teachers Angeline Johnston and Dylan Noebles for their generosity, knowledge and commitment. Off the mat, I enjoy riding horses, playing the flute and the bass guitar and spending time with my husband and 2 goofy standard poodles.
Gentle Yoga with accompanying Soundbath (upon request: still accepting donations through 10/22) Sun Oct 15th 7:30pm-8:30pm with Yvette and Kim A special fund raiser for the Bray family rebuilding their home and lives after Hurricane Harvey. Join us for a special time to support others in need. An envelope will …Read More
iRest Yoga Nidra with Serena LaCour November 12th 7:30 – 8:30 p.m. $35/workshop, $28/workshop for members $180 for entire series pre-paid by November 2nd $150 Member series price pre-paid by November 2nd This will be taught as a 6 part series. Each session will build off the others, although taking them …Read More
Our Noon hour, lunch time Vinyasa offered to the community at large. Please pay in class. (we’re unable to offer the discount online via our software, unfortunately). Members are of course welcome and can use their normal membership to attend.