Sunday, April 7
1:30pm to 3:30pm
$35 in advance/ $40 day of
Workshop Refund Policy: Full payment is required to reserve a space in workshops. All workshops are non-refundable. Due to limited space and high demand for some workshops we have a 24 hour cancelation policy. Cancelations made more than 24 hours in advance will be issued studio credit. No credit will be given for cancelations made less than 24 hours.
Join Yoga Loft instructors Maida Broudo and Andrew Squier for an afternoon workshop dedicated to learning the foundations of yoga. Whether you attend this class to refresh your skills or are stepping on to the mat for the first time, this is an opportunity to experience the ancient practice through meditation, breath work (pranayama), and basic poses (asana). Some philosophical principles will be discussed, to help understand the benefits of the practice.
There will be a focus on how each pose opens the body, and specific alignment cues will help new and returning students alike, to optimize their experience of the practice. Props will be used along with modifications for all poses. This class is open to all levels; we are all beginners, every day.
About Your Teachers
As an oncology healthcare practitioner, teacher and writer, Maida believes in the power of the body, and the importance of taking care of it. She attended her first yoga class 18 years ago to balance the stress and strain of marathon running, and has not stopped practicing since. The connection of the mind, body, and spirit is vital, and taking time to devote oneself to yoga offers rewards on and off the mat. Read More Here
Andrew found yoga through a love of personal fitness, anatomy, and nutrition. After studying physical theater and dance, he spent two years in New York City as an actor and movement director. He uses his substantial knowledge of anatomy and body mechanics to guide his students through asana and to give clear and supportive physical adjustments. Andrew strives to create a meditative environment that allows his students to delve deep within themselves. Read More Here