I attended the Beginner's Vinyasa on 1/18/20 and loved it! The staff was super friendly, the studio was comfortable and clean, and the class was challenging. The instructor passed around consent cards at the beginning of class for clients to put on their mats to indicate if you gave consent for the instructor to touch you/guide you for corrections during the class - I thought this was super thoughtful and speaks volumes about the studio and how much they care about their clients.
Although I had been aware of yoga and many times thought about joining a class, it wasn’t until I attended a yoga workshop in 2014 that my true relationship with yoga began. That workshop led to attending studio classes and eventually to yoga teacher training at Sound Method Yoga, completing my RYT200 in 2015. After completing training, I came across a blog entitled ‘Yoga for Healthy Aging’ that really clicked with me—to the extent that in 2016 I earned my Yoga for Healthy Aging (YFHA) certification as well. As of late 2015, I made the transition from work to non-work. Concurrent with this transition, I began applying YFHA concepts to my own healthy living routine and am convinced that by incorporating them I am proactively impacting my long-term independence (the ability to perform both basic and loved activities). Happily, it’s never too late to incorporate these concepts and I look forward to exploring them with you.