What First Drew You to Yoga and Why?
Throughout my life I have had a interest in the human body and how all of the systems work together both scientifically and spiritual. Taking my first yoga class in the 70's in Lake Tahoe. I found through yoga a way to get to know my self and a different way to look at life. Through the philosophy of yoga I find life more excepting. I continue to practice with a more sustainable asana and implementing the other limbs of yoga.
What you love about teaching at SGY:
Teaching yoga invites a place to explore the human expression.
Favorite Class to Practice Right Now and Why:
The core 26 class has brought my awareness to how I move, my breath, my tendencies, learning to forgive and accept in a safe, loving community at SGY.
Yoga is a life process of living not a goal -Ganga White
Lyn H instructs the following:
1 hour Core 26
This is a 60 minute version of the Core 26 class. Core 26 is a beginner level class created for total body health, done in a room heated to 105 degrees. It works to increase strength and flexibility in joints, tendons, ligaments, muscles, and bones, while also providing a cardiovascular workout. The spine and pelvis are targeted areas in all postures. This class is appropriate for people of all ages, body types, and levels of experience, including those with injuries who are looking to heal the body.
C26 Music Class!
Music class is the Core 26 sequence set to music. Music is selected by a different community member each month. Everything from Michael Jackson to classical music has been included! We recommend that you have taken at least 5 or so regular Core 26 classes so you are familiar with the sequence. Music Class is led by a teacher who does postures with the class rather than walking around while instructing and assisting.