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Grace United Methodist on Drexel 2022 Spring/ Summer Yoga Class Schedule


New Schedule of Yoga Classes and Events

(Beginning March 2022)


Adaptive Yoga (New Time)

Thursday

4:00pm


Adaptive Yoga is a practice that is dedicated to both students living with physical limitations due to trauma or physical disability and those that are interested in adapting yoga asana to meet the changing body!


Inspired by Matthew Sanford, Founder of Mind Body Solutions and author of Waking, Adaptive Yoga encourages students to build a personal practice, guiding them toward a more profound connection between the mind and body. Postures in this practice become accessible to all bodies when the experience within these postures is more important than the form. Students are offered extra time in transitioning from one posture to the next.

Adaptive Yoga helps to improve breath awareness, sense of balance, direction, mobility, flexibility, strength and stability. It also builds confidence and encourages students to shift the focus from their limitations to their limitlessness. Cost $5



Gentle Yoga (New Class)

Thursday

5:30pm


This practice can be done on the floor or in a chair. Here we invite shapes with support that encourage fascia tissue release. Pranayama (breathing) and meditation techniques are demonstrated to encourage increasing the capacity of the lungs and calming the nervous system. Cost: $5



Candlelight Yoga (New Event)

Last Thursday of the Month

5:30pm



This practice will be offered the last Thursday of Every Month with all Proceeds going to Grace United Methodist Church. This practice can be done on the floor or in a chair. Students are invited to take shapes to encourage hydration of the joints and promote fascia tissue release. Pranayama (breathing) and meditation techniques are demonstrated to encourage increasing the capacity of the lungs and calming the nervous system

The Best Part: We are surrounded by CANDLELIGHT
Suggested Donation :$10


 

Yoga Tip 1043: Namaste

"I Honor You"


Placing our palms in the center of our heart allows our awareness to come to the present. We are offering our whole self to the moment. As we bow, we honor those present including ourselves.









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