My Mindful Yoga & Movement Course Descriptions

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My mindful yoga courses are described below.  Other teachers bring their unique styles to programs they hold here periodically.  See their bio pages and our schedule for more details about their programs.

Screen Shot 2013-02-03 at 9.22.52 PM    ADAPTIVE  CHAIR PRACTICE
Special attention given to physical challenges and healing. Appropriate for those with movement impairments or living with illness as long as your physician has released you for gentle physical activity. Most of the poses and gentle movements are performed in a chair. (Pre-registration strongly recommended and permission required for drop-ins. Contact Brant)

 

 

 

MINDFUL THERAPEUTIC MOVEMENT

A course designed for folks who are generally mobile though with some impairment, pain or limitation like sleeplessness that can be worked with via simple, attentive movement, gentle attention to breathing, and simple, guided contemplative practices.  The heart of this class is to help students discover ways they can learn which practices are most helpful to support their way of life and address the challenges they are experiencing.  While this has the label ‘therapeutic’ it is in no a way treatment or substitute for medical or therapeutic care.  This is for  folks to discover what they can do for themselves.

AllFours2  GENTLE MINDFUL YOGA

A safe and friendly introduction to yoga, appropriate for those wanting to try an accessible form of mindful movement or for those who have had injuries in the past. We will practice movements that teach alignment and movement in ways that are available to most everyone. We will practice relaxation as well as develop strength and flexibility. Easy and modified yoga poses will be explored. Your physician should release you for general physical activity.

Bridge    BEGINNING MINDFUL YOGA
The general form of poses, simple flow, introduction to mindful breathing and attentiveness to direct experience, mindful movement.

100_4376 INTERMEDIATE MINDFUL YOGA
Inversions, backbends, rigorous flow, and formal breath work are introduced. Mindfulness of direct experience during practice emphasized.

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