Tuesday, January 24, 2023

New start date for Monday restorative classes

 

Monday Restorative classes

to start

March 6th at 1:30 pm.

 

(Formerly to start in February at 1 pm)

 

**More info in previous post about this

and upcoming classes.**

 

 



Thursday, January 19, 2023

New workshops and weekly class at the Delia Community Library

 


 

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Lots of exciting news!!

 

Here is the line-up of classes

I will be teaching at the

Delia Community Library

for 2023.

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Cancelled due to lack of enrollment

Intro to Therapy Balls

Saturday, April 15th

1 - 3 pm

 $45.00, which includes a

set of Yoga Tune-up Balls

or

$30.00, for those current or

former students that already have

a set of therapy balls.

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Walking Well workshop

Saturday, June 24th

1 - 4 pm

 

$40.00, if paid before June 1st

or

$50.00, after June 1st

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Move Your DNA:

Experiencing Your Anatomy

Saturday, September 16th

1 - 4 pm

 

$40, if paid before September 1st

or

  $50, after September 1st 

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And a new weekly class:

 

Relax and Renew

Mondays, starting March 6th

1:30 - 3:30 pm

 

If you pay for the month of March,

4 classes x $15 = $60.00

 

 For currently enrolled RCL students,

$15.00, drop-in fee.

  

Drop-in fee = $20.00

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Questions?

yoginiofoz@gmail.com

 

More details coming soon!

 



Sunday, January 8, 2023

Workshops in 2023

 

 

Hello again!

 

As you may have guessed,

I am in the planning stages right

now for 2023 workshops.

These workshops will be held

at the

Delia Community Library.

 

Here's the line-up with

dates to come:

 

Strategies and Techniques

for Using Therapy Balls

 

Walking Well

 

Dynamic Aging

 

Your Pelvis is Your Anchor:

Poses to Create Length, Strength,

and Stability

 

AND

 I would love, love, LOVE,

to start a book reading/experiential

movement class with this book:


 

 

Don't those sound fun? I hope so.

Updates to come soon!

 

God bless and be well!

 

 


Saturday, January 7, 2023

Restorative Classes Coming in February!!!

 

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Exciting News!!

 

I have been telling my current students for

some time now of my desire to teach

a second class at the

Delia Community Library

AND NOW

classes will start in February 2023!!

 

This will be a 2-hour RESTORATIVE

class which entails a little bit of stretching

to get the body ready for DEEP

RELAXATION.

 

Each pose, after the initial easy stretching

segment of the class, will last from around

10 - 20 minutes depending on the posture

and support. LOTS of PROPS

are used to support the body FULLY.

 

Classes start on Monday, February 6th,

from 1 pm to 3 pm.

 

If you pay for the month of February,

4 classes x $15 = $60.00

 

 For currently enrolled RCL students,

the drop-in fee is $15.00

 

Drop-in fee = $20.00


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I am so excited for this new chapter

to start in 2023.

 

If you have any questions:

yoginiofoz@gmail.com

 

 

Thursday, December 22, 2022

Terrible weather = no class


 

 Hi Everyone!

While I have notified the students that

have signed up for December classes,

I also wanted to make a quick post

here, as well.

 I won't be teaching class tonight.

Stay home. Stay warm.

 

I hope everyone has a

wonderfully merry

Christmas. 

 

I am so thankful for the continued

opportunity to teach at the

Rossville Community Library

for almost 10 years!

 

If the weather behaves, I will be teaching

one more class at the RCL for 2022.

 

Please email me if you have any questions

about upcoming

classes and workshops in 2023.

yoginiofoz@gmail.com

 

 

 


Sunday, September 4, 2022

Here's the Deal

 





While I have been pondering teaching

either a second class per week

(Monday pm) OR

a monthly focus class

(Saturday afternoon maybe)

I think BOTH might be

a possibility.

 

Here's the potential obstacle for

my students: I would be teaching

at the Delia Community Library.

 

Now, I will continue to teach my

Thursday, 6:30 pm to 8 pm,

classes at the

Rossville Community Library

as usual. 

I am VERY happy teaching

at the RCL, so that does not change.

 

The reason why I would like to

teach any additional classes

at the DCL is because I can

store (and use for classes)

MORE PROPS at that library.

 

I have been teaching for 23 years and

have lugged my props (seemingly)

everywhere. And yes, I will continue to

bring the extra props that I need for my

Thursday pm classes. It would just

be such a blessing to not

carry multiple loads of stuff

several times a week.

 

Be forewarned: The DCL is a work-

in-progress. While I have put many, many,

many hours into that library, it still needs more.

The fun part is you get to see the

changes over time. :-)

  

 The benefits to attending classes

at the DCL will be the ability of using

MANY more props in the classes,

immediate access to my screen and

projector for visual aids for classes

and workshops, and ample parking.

And if you want to check out a movie

or book, you can!

 

Anyway, I am just pondering the possibilities.

I have been doing this for quite

some time now, and would love to have

some classes closer to home AND

to be able to use all my props.

 

Let me know what you think.

 

yoginiofoz@gmail.com

 

 

Thursday, August 18, 2022

Nutritious Movement Classes on Thursdays!

  

 

Hi Everyone!


Just in case you were wondering,

I am still teaching classes

at the

Rossville Community Library

on Thursdays from 6:30 to 8 pm.

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In other news:

I need approval from the library's director,

but I am considering

teaching a monthly focus class.

These 2-hour focus classes will

dive a little deeper into the body's movement

geometry by asking the

foundational questions: why, where,

and how.

 

Doesn't that sound like fun?

 

Questions: yoginiofoz@gmail.com