Yoga in Manson

Two different classes: Gentle Mix and Vinyasa 1

Gentle Mix “Stress Reducer” in Manson

Gentle Mix is the combination of Yin Yoga, Somatic Movement, Restorative and Gentle Asana which creates a practice that gently stretches muscles, quiets the nervous system, connects the mind and body, and provides relaxation and focus away from our busy lives.

  • Looking for a gentle class… this is perfect for you.
  • Whether it is focused stretches,  breath, or to improve athletic performance… this class is for you.
  • If you attend a Power Practice… this class is for you.
  • If you attend a Mature Movers Practice… this class is for you.
  • Moving through pregnancy… this class is for you.
  • Slow down, reconnect…this class is for you.

When:  Tuesday and Thursday 8:00 – 9:15 am


Vinyasa 1 in Manson

This is a practice for everyone. This practice will leave you energized and with a sense of well being to begin your day.

As a morning practice we will move a bit slower giving the body a chance to awaken and respond. Focusing on breath, being present, and then moving into some gentle awakening movement. Modifications are provided during the work phase of our practice to allow students to move to their personal depth and edge of practice with a focus on anatomy and alignment. Level I-II postures explored depending on the experience of yogis attending.

When:  Tuesday 9:30 am



Location: Manson Parks Building  142 Pedoi St Manson (directions from Yogachelan Studio)

Teacher:  Sue Pettit RN BSN, RYT

Details: Dress comfortably, yoga mats available to borrow, bring a beach towel or blanket, arrive 10 minutes before class time.

Register: Online or in person with Sue.  Yogachelan passes accepted.

Questions:  Call/text Sue at 503-351-6578 or sue@yogachelan.com


From the doctor on Back Pain.
Doctors now realize that lying around is actually counterproductive, leading to a decrease in conditioning and an increase in pain. The longer you stay in bed the more muscle mass you lose (up to 3 percent per day) and the resulting loss of strength can interfere with your rehabilitation, and force you to overwork other muscles to compensate. Rather than babying a back injury, doctors now recommend people start gentle activities the first day.
– Yoga as Medicine T. McCall, MD

Register online under Daily Classes.

 

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