Session in a group setting for any skill level or yoga type.
*Classes are open to the public. Click links to view pricing and descriptions. Courses/drop in classes are held when minimum registration of 4 people is reached. If a course has already started, drop-ins are welcome anytime if there is room. *Register 24 hours in advance to hold your spot!
|Styles of Yoga||W 845am||8 wks, Jan 9 – Feb 27
|Yoga for Tweens
|T 430pm||4 wks, Jan 8 -Jan 30||Juls|
|Yoga for Teens
|T 7pm||4 wks, Feb 5 – Feb 25||Juls|
|Th 7pm||9 wks, Jan 10 – Feb 26||Juls|
|Power/Hot Yoga||T/TH 830am||5 wks Jan 8-Feb 7th||Juls|
|Power Yoga||M 6am||8 wks, Mar 11-May 6
|Yoga Basics 1
|T 845am||10 wks, March 12-May 14||Amie
|T 945am||6 wks, Mar 12-April 16||Amie|
|T 7pm||8 wks, Mar 12-May 7||Juls|
|W 845am||8 wks, Mar 13-May 8||Amie|
|Power/Hot Yoga||Th 830am||4 wks, Apr 16-May 7||Juls
|Yoga Basics 2
|Th 7pm||10 wks Mar 14-May 16||Juls|
Sessions are typically anywhere from 60-75 min long and practices include:
Amie is a RYT500 and LifeForce Yoga Practitioner, and has been teaching yoga since 2005. She teaches mindful based yoga, meditation, vinyasa, ashtanga, and power yoga, children’s yoga, and yoga for special populations. She received her training from Yoga Assets and LifeForce Yoga. She has found yoga to be helpful in managing mood and the ups and downs of life. She provides modifications for all levels. Contact her directly if you would like to see if a private yoga session might be for you. No yoga experience necessary.
1 weekend a month (Friday & Saturday). 8 months. Change your life. Affect others.
Integrated Wellness School of Yoga is a Registered Yoga School with Yoga Alliance, which designates this teacher training program as one which follows Yoga Alliance’s standards. Students who complete a verified training with this school may be eligible to register with yoga alliance as Registered Yoga Teachers (RYTs)
We strive to educate individuals to teach yoga as an integrative means to lifetime of wellness through compassion without compromise. We strongly believe that yoga is a way to find union with the divine and can be adapted to any belief system, religion, and creed. We strive to teach compassion for all beliefs without compromise of personal belief system. We teach that yoga is a fundamental means to finding all that we need within us; that beneath the current mood, the roles we play and the masks we wear, we are the wholeness we seek. We strive to teach teachers to use compassion in their teaching techniques.
$1995 early bird registration
Tenative program running FALL of 2019!
Payment Plans are available. Non-refundable $200 down payment required. Full refunds on remainig tuition up to 60 days before the program begins. Partial refunds will be given after. Min 8 participants-Max 15.
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We look forward to answering any questions, and getting to know you.
I’m not flexible enough for yoga.
Actually, you are. There is no flexibility requirement to participate in yoga. Whether you can touch your toes or you struggle to reach your knees, you can find the same benefits for your physical and mental well-being. Additionally, we provide tools like blocks, chairs, walls and straps to make every pose accessible for every level of flexibility. And, as the saying goes, “Yoga is not about touching your toes. It’s about what you learn on the way down.” -Judith Lasater
I don’t have the time to attend yoga classes.
When you participate in yoga, you are doing more than working on physical health, wellness and flexibility. During each session, you are giving yourself a safe space and a peaceful, supportive environment where you can process stress, relieve physical pain and build a deeper connection with yourself. The energy, perspective and self-awareness you gain during yoga can save time as, upon leaving, you are likely to feel recharged. You can learn how to focus on the things that matter most and approach tasks more productively with a level head.
We offer private sessions scheduled at your convince, OR an online Skype session so you can get the benefits of yoga from the privacy of your own home.
I have an injury, illness or chronic pain. Won’t straining myself make it worse?
In many cases, yoga can help you manage and find relief from physical pain or illness. We recommend you speak with your doctor if you have any concerns, and we encourage you to talk to your yoga teacher about your challenges and goals. If you have an acute injury, it may be best to seek a private yoga session. In these cases, we can approach our work and select poses designed specifically for your needs.
How can yoga help me manage my mood on a daily basis? I obviously can’t do yoga in the grocery store, or in my car!
We offer special techniques not often found in regular yoga classes that give you tools to manage your mood wherever you are at, and whenever you need them; specifically, breath work and mindfulness and some movement that is easily accessible. Yoga places your healing in your hands and bolsters your confidence to manage the moods. The practice of yoga on the mat, helps you learn how to deal with stressful situations off the mat and in your daily life. It takes time, but the benefits from a consistent practice begin to manifest in your daily life.
Yoga can supplement your personal and relationship healing and growth by helping you manage stress, strengthen your body and increase self-awareness. If you are interested in attending yoga classes, we invite you to register for one of our weekly classes, private sessions, courses, or workshops.