Attune Yoga Class in fry's spring
Join Gina weekly on WEDNESDAYS for an all-levels Attune Yoga class. We will explore hatha yoga poses and slow flow sequences through the lens of the Alexander Technique, which offers mindfulness, alignment intelligence and re-education of habitual tension patterns. Optional Alexander hands-on work will be offered during class. You will leave class feeling nourished, balanced and replenished. While this is appropriate for all levels, some prior experience with yoga or gentle movement is suggested.
Location: Fry’s Spring Beach Club, 2512 Jefferson Park Avenue, 22903
When: Wednesdays, 6:30pm – 7:30pm, doors open 6:15
Class is in session: January 31 to March 28, April 11 to April 25. Fall dates TBD.
What to bring: your own yoga mat and a blanket or towel to sit on; extra layers of clothing suggested for wintertime; blocks will be provided. Let Gina know if you don’t have a mat or blanket.
Cost: $15 to drop-in or 4 for $48 (expires in 2 months; can be shared within a family)
Questions or to pre-register: contact Gina at firstname.lastname@example.org
What students are saying about Alexander Technique Yoga with Gina:
“I just wanted to thank you for being such a calming, gentle, encouraging teacher. I look forward to feeling empowered, peaceful and restful after your classes. Keep working your magic!”
“I feel comfortable and accepted in Gina’s classes. That Gina incorporates so much of her Alexander Technique training into her classes is a huge positive for me. I like that she will do hands-on work to help achieve better alignment.”
“I did not know much of Alexander Technique prior to coming to Gina’s classes. However, the more I attend her classes, the more I have developed an appreciation for Alexander Technique and the important role it plays in posture and lifelong body alignment. I have benefited greatly from Gina’s style of yoga. I find the postures and the mindful manner that she utilizes to teach her class permeating my other physical and work activities throughout my day, beyond her class.”