An event every week that begins at 5:30pm on Wednesday, repeating until October 15, 2017
The Open Mind Center’s Gentle class is open to all students. Release stress, increase flexibility and balance the mind/body connection through gentle flowing movements, meditation and longer held Restorative postures. Gentle stretching and movement warms the muscles and releases tension to prepare the body and mind for rest and stillness. The Open Mind Center’s instructors infuse breathing and relaxation techniques and offer supportive props to help students release layers of tension and revitalize natural rhythms; a wonderful calming and relaxing experience.
Offered: Mondays and Thursdays from 7:00-8:15pm; Wednesdays and Fridays from 11:00am-12:15pm; Wednesdays from 5:30-6:45pm
Investment: $15 Drop in rate; $70 for 5 Classes; $130 for 10 Classes; $220 for 20 Classes; $120 for one-month unlimited classes; $99 for auto-renewal unlimited monthly membership
Auto-Renew Monthly Membership includes a 10% discount on yoga workshops and merchandise (some limitations apply)
*Packages expire 4 months after date of purchase (excluding unlimited packages)
Instructor: Karen Sartori’s yoga journey began as she searched for relief from workplace stress and from the demands of being a corporate banker. After her first yoga class, she was immediately captivated by the mind-body connection, the calming effect she felt on her nervous system, and the ability to use the breath to reduce anxiety, influence emotion, and remain present. She quickly realized what a powerful and profound practice she had found, and she is honored to share the benefits of this ancient practice through teaching others. Karen’s classes fully encourage and support each yogi’s personal journey, inward focus, and exploration of the mind-body connection in a nurturing and safe environment that is welcoming to students of all-levels.
Instructor: Jody Harris (E-RTY200, RTY500) began her yoga journey looking to resolve pain from many years of running. After her first yoga class, she immediately connected to the physical, emotional, and spiritual healing that yoga brings. She has completed her therapeutically-oriented RYT500 training and is dedicated to helping others find a yoga practice that meets them where they are right now, celebrating what they can do regardless of their physical, emotional, and spiritual challenges. Jody volunteers at the Shepherd Spinal Center and is also a Reiki Practitioner.