Practice with me LIVE IN STUDIO at Power Nectar Yoga in Alexandria, Virginia, or livestream/on-demand in the Virtual Nectar Studio.
We all know practicing yoga increases our flexibility and strength but most importantly, especially during Covid 19, yoga helps us practice mindfulness - and staying in the present moment helps reduce depression, stress, and anxiety. Power Nectar Yoga has been SAFELY open for over 90 plus days, with many safety protocols in place including limited class sizes with social distancing. So come join us and experience OM again in person. There are 14 classes per week in studio at Power so you're sure to find something that works for you.
Warm Rookie Vinyasa
LIVE in studio at Power
Mon 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm
A great class if you are new to yoga or returning after an absence or if you just want to refine your practice. We work at a slower pace and go over poses in more detail, but also flow, and practice standing balances, arm balances, and inversions. If you can, please bring your own props right now, including two blocks, a strap, and a towel or blanket as I'll be teaching regressions and progressions of each pose. There will also be props for sale at Power.
Warm Yin Yasa
LIVE in studio at Power
Wed 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm
This is a great class to experience both the yang and yin of yoga. We'll start with a warm vinyasa flow and end with 30 minutes of a yin practice, working into your fascia. All levels are welcome. If you can, please bring your own props right now, including two blocks, a strap, and a towel or blanket as I'll be showing you how to support some of your yin postures. There will also be props for sale at Power.
Livestream on Virtual Nectar
Thu 7:15 pm to 8:15 pm
For all of you expecting, come join me for a livestream prenatal class. Not only will we move and flow, we'll also work on strength, finding your pelvic floor, and staying with discomfort. I'll also be showing you modifications to accommodate baby. If you can, please have some props ready, such as two blocks, a blanket, a bolster, and a strap. If you don't have yoga props, two rolls of paper towels or toilet paper work well as blocks, three or four folded bath towels work well as a blanket and a bolster, and a belt or scarf works well as a strap. You can also purchase some props from Power and they'll arrange a pick up time for you.