Thursdays and Sundays 9:30 am to 11:00 am
This is also a beginner friendly, mixed level class, but, it will be on the grass, in the shade of a tree.
We meet at the same standing Surfer Boy statue, and then find a likely spot.
The class content will vary depending on which location is available. If a picnic table is available, I enjoy to use the structure of the bench and table top for classes; picnic table yoga. If you enjoy Iyengar yoga, you’ll love it. If using props during yoga isn’t your thing, you’ll hate it. The bench is perfect for supporting the back. We place our arms on the bench while doing all of the standing poses. It allows for a low back support while offering an enjoyable upper body engagement.
If the picnic tables aren’t available, then, perhaps Coconut Tree yoga. With yoga straps wrapped around a Coconut tree, we can lean away and pull on a strap, gently. Gently is the key. How gently can you engage your rotator cuff? It is easy to use strength. It is much more mentally challenging to softly engage your core with your peripheral while balancing with the help of a strap attached to a tree.
As usual, either partner yoga or every once in a while a sort of regular ‘flow’ class, depending on who shows up and what sort of interest is offered, will contribute to our class on that day.
Bring a towel to sit on.