Never practiced yoga before? Or perhaps you took a yoga class a long time ago, and you’d like to try it again? Maybe you want to try something new or a friend, family member or your doctor recommended it.
Whatever the reason, I’m so glad you’re willing to try yoga. You may have heard yoga is great for increasing flexibility, helping with depression, injuries, and calming your mind. But you may be thinking: “Yikes, I don’t know anything about this yoga thing. I can’t even touch my toes.”
When I first tried yoga, I was stiff. I couldn’t follow what the teacher was doing, and I couldn’t keep up with everyone. I found out that the yoga instructor (at the gym) had only completed a one-weekend fitness course on how to teach yoga.
I went to a yoga studio, and I became addicted. I felt calmer as soon as I walked into the studio. The highly trained instructor focused on alignment and safety and gave me modifications for my body.
Here’s what we’ve created for you…
Learn the Foundations of Yoga
We’ve designed this 4-week Foundation of Yoga for you – the absolute beginner or if you want a step-by-step review of the basics.
You’ll learn yoga from a qualified, professional Chrysalis Yoga teacher in a slow-paced, supportive environment.
Details & Dates +
- A basic knowledge of yoga – learn new yoga poses every week, how to use props to make poses accessible, and breath-work to calm stress.
- Skills to modify poses for your body and/or physical restrictions
- Personal attention in the class (class size is limited to 15 students) with a professional, senior teacher and an assistant
- Weekly check-in emails
- A booklet with 4 weeks’ worth of content – instructions on yoga poses covered in class, reflection questions, and other information
- A weekly video to do the yoga practice at home
- An improvement in your strength, flexibility, balance and stress reduction with consistent work and practice
The next Foundations of Yoga Series starts:
Jan 7 – Jan 28 with Rachel Saxon = Mondays @ 6:45pm – 8:15pm
Feb 4 – Mar 4 with Jennifer Denney = Mondays @ 6:45pm – 8:15pm (no class on Feb 18)
Mar 11 – Apr 1 with Angela Del Franco = Mondays @ 6:45pm – 8:15pm
Mar 24 – Apr 14 with Ingrid Pulpan = Sundays @ 2:15pm – 3:45pm
Apr 7 – May 5 with Ingrid Pulpan = Sundays @ 10:30am – 12:00pm (no class on Apr 21)
Apr 8 – Apr 29 with Amanda Everitt = Mondays @ 6:45pm – 8:15pm
May 6 – Jun 3 with Jennifer Denney = Mondays @ 6:45pm – 8:15pm (no class on May 20)
Jun 10 – Jul 8 with Rachel Saxon = Mondays @ 6:45pm – 8:15pm
Sep 9 – Sep 30 with Rachel Saxon = Mondays @ 6:45pm – 8:15pm
Oct 7 – Nov 4 with Jennifer Denney = Mondays @ 6:45pm – 8:15pm (no class on Oct 14)
Nov 11 – Dec 2 with Angela Del Franco = Mondays @ 6:45pm – 8:15pm
Want to try regular classes?
If you decide not to start with the Foundations of Yoga series, you’re welcome to try Gentle Yoga classes, Hot Gentle, and Hot Yin. If you’re new to the hot room, try any Reduced Hot (RH) classes.
We offer over 70 classes a week at various times throughout the day to fit in your schedule. Feel free to come in for a tour of the studio and chat with our yoga advisor to find out what classes work best for you.
Take advantage of our Introductory Special where you can try as many classes as you like for 30 days for $40. You’re welcome to purchase this separately or take advantage of this during or after your Foundation of Yoga series.
What to do next, no matter what!
It even includes free activities you can use to help relieve stress.
The best part – you’ll receive monthly inspirations, exclusive offers, and the scoop on upcoming events.
Still have Questions?
Sometimes the most intimidating part is arriving at the studio and not knowing what to wear, what to bring, where to go or what to expect.
Don’t worry; we’ve got you covered. The most important part of doing a yoga practice is that you bring yourself 😉