Join us at Lake Champlain Yoga & Wellness for classes and workshops as winter continues and we look toward spring!
Weekly yoga classes have been a source of warmth and restoration this winter at LCY&W! Yin yoga and Tuesday Yoga with Karin DeMuro has remained a favorite, and Susan Cerny’s guidance through meditation each Monday has drawn even more participants than last year, Michelle Maron’s Wednesday Yoga always offers something new and challenging & Michael Fergot’s 3 new classes bring a fresh new style to the schedule. Winter Wellness Workshops have been popular and more are to come—join us for one more in February and one in March and a continuation of New to Yoga! with Fun in the Fundamental Yoga Postures. The winter schedule continues through April, so there is plenty of time to take advantage of the frequency of classes provided. With at least one class held each day of the week except Friday, the schedule offers both mid-week rejuvenation and inspiration on the weekends. Classes are well attended but we always have room for more students. Each teacher brings their own unique style to their classes, addressing the needs of their students as well as the seasonal changes going on around us. If you are looking for variety within your yoga practice, try something new this winter—it just might spark a shift that will carry into spring!
Beginning Sunday, February 25th, LCY&W is offering the next step to New to Yoga! with another 6 Week Series – Fun in the Fundamental Yoga Postures – New to Yoga! Each class will take apart 1 Fundamental Yoga posture in the hour and all 6 postures are the foundation of a great practice. As we are heading towards spring, 6 ways to put a little more spring your step.
- Week 1 Core
- Week 2 Warrior For Balance
- Week 3 Friends With Warrior II
- Week 4 Strength of Arms
- Week 5 Back Bend Essentials
- Week 6 Here comes the Sun Salutations
On Sunday, February 25th, Michael Fergot will guide a workshop called Change Your Attitude By Changing Your Latitude. Development through side angle poses will help participants open their bodies and deepen into the stretches along both sides of the body. This sequence also provides a beneficial strengthening of the legs and core. And of course, a shift in perspective occurs through having a shift in viewpoint!
On Sunday, March 25th, Susan Cerny and Karin DeMuro will lead a restorative yoga workshop called Sweet Release—Slow Flow & Yin. Initially, guided gentle movement and postures will help to warm the body. This will be followed by restorative postures, assisted by teachers. Additionally, guided deep breathing techniques, a lymphatic self-massage, and a deep yoga nidra relaxation will end the session.
For more information and to register go to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 518.963.4300.
Written by Nora Nadire