All instructors have completed a minimum of 200 hours training as required by the Yoga Alliance.
Increase your flexibility and balance with a gentle 2-second stretch technique class that leaves you feeling relaxed, refreshed and at peace with your body. Taught by licensed muscular pain specialist, Richard Eubanks, this real stretching technique is based on 40 years of research and has been shown to:
Optimally lengthen muscles
Aid in muscle repair
Support overall wellness
AIS is suitable for everyone from active seniors to top athletes. Participants lie on soft massage tables—not the hard floor—for a comfortable, relaxing experience.
Join Candy on Monday from 11 am – 12:15 for a beginner yoga class, Thursday at 12:15 for a 30 minute flow class to re-energize you for the rest of your day, and Friday at 11am-12:15 for SA TA NA MA, Yoga for new beginnings.
Let go of negative self talk with this level one Class.
Tasha is a long time yogini and has studied Astanga yoga with teachers such as Shiva Rea, Danny Paradise, and Tim Miller since the early 90s. She teaches a weekly Gentle Flow yoga class at the Garden.
Deana Brooksher, DC
Deana’s class is a taste of many aspects of yoga including asana (postures), pranyama (breathing), yoga nidra (deep relaxation and meditation). By guiding you through the concepts of the chakras and applying them to practice you will learn a comprehensive and effective way to practice yoga as well as take care of yourself.
E. Cooper Seay, yoga therapist, yoga instructor at the 500 hour level
international association of yoga therapists
As an instructor, Cooper draws on her daily hatha yoga practice. The most exciting moment as a teacher is guiding people to explore the hidden depths of their personal strength, intention and focus while maintaining contact with their own inner teacher. The absolute joy expressed on students faces when they are able to dismantle a previously perceived limitation is fuel for the teacher.
Casey Scott, yoga instructor
Casey’s yoga classes tend to be relatively slow paced and contemplative, with an emphasis on meditation and Mind/ Breath/ Body unification.
Instruction provided: Yoga.