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Spring Yoga Day 2020

April 25

$25 – $50

COVID 19 Update: YAGD’s priority is to provide a safe, clean, and welcoming environment for our teachers as well as a place where you can come and practice/explore yoga. We want to assure you we are closely monitoring the Coronavirus/COVID-19 situation to determine if we will have to cancel Spring Yoga Day for the first time in our history. Should that be necessary we will refund your monies. In the interim we hope you will continue to register for the classes available so we can manage room size and have an idea of interest in the offered classes. We will have disinfecting wipes available and make sure the rooms have been properly cleaned. We will not be supplying any equipment and we will be conscious of spacing.

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Once you select your ticket type (Full Day, Half Day AM, or Half Day PM) and click Get Tickets, you’ll be prompted to select the classes you want to enroll in.

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Spring Yoga Day 2020 Flyer

On the day:

  • Bring a yoga mat or blanket, and any other props you use.
  • Free yoga magazines available
  • To buy: yoga-related merchandise available. Cash/credit card payment accepted
  • Massages by Sue Albert available for $55 per hour. Contact Sue at suealbert@att.net.
  • Lunch break is 75 minutes. Bring your own lunch or check out a local restaurant. Hot water and tea will be available all morning until after lunch break.

Check-in: 8:30AM – 9:15AM
Orientation: 9:15AM – 9:30AM

Lunch Break: 12:30PM – 1:45PM

Class Schedule

Session A (9:45AM – 11:00AM)

TEACHERCLASS TITLEDESCRIPTION
Sharon Holcomb, E-RYT 200Wake Up to YogaEase into the day with yoga poses you can do while still in bed. Sit up and add a few more as well as a brief meditation practice. Next, move to the shower for some standing poses and to your mat for gentle movement. Your day will be off to a comfortable and healthy start. Choose from the poses we’ll be practicing to customize your mornings, making your start to the day more serene and comfortable. You may want a pillow and blanket for this lovely, lazy class.
Claudette Bond, E-RYT/RCYTFusion Hatha/Integrative Yoga (Chair Yoga with Mat)This delightful class will leave you refreshed & energized. The entire session emphasizes the diaphragmatic breath allowing increased energy and removal of toxins. We will address how various asanas benefit particular parts of the body. A brief relaxation will be offered.

Session B (11:15AM – 12:30PM)

TEACHERCLASS TITLEDESCRIPTION
Peg Darnell, E-RYT 200, YACEP Certified Reflexologist, Reiki Master IIYoga for ArthritisHelp ease the effects of generalized arthritis and avoid future limitations by releasing the joints, increasing range of motion, strengthening surrounding structures, and understanding how arthritis can make honoring your edge a bit more “edgy”.
Stephanie Nagy, RYT 200Chair YogaCurious to learn about doing yoga in a chair? As a traditional prop used in yoga, this style of practice is popular with people unable to get up off the floor with ease. Whether students are recovering from an injury, wheelchair bound or balance impaired, chair yoga provides the same benefits as a traditional practice.

Session C (1:45PM – 3:00PM)

TEACHERCLASS TITLEDESCRIPTION
Kristi Warrington, RYT 200Vinyasa Flow ClassSay goodbye to the cold, dark winter months and welcome the Spring! This energizing class with help build strength,
Turn your yoga positions into com-positions! An inquiry balance and flexibility. We will give gratitude for the
into fundamental principles of yoga poses yields a warmth of the sun with some salutations and seamlessly
powerful glimpse into their creative potential. In this class transition from one asana to another guided by our breath.
we will explore elements that basic, accessible yoga This synchronizing of our breath and postures will create a
postures have in common with great works of art, science moving meditation.
Richard SmithFinding the Missing PeaceRelieving stress and finding a way to make the mind (and life) more peaceful need not be a puzzle. Practical, millennia-old meditation techniques that can be used anywhere, at any time, provide the answer. Richard Smith, a student of the seminal Buddhist monk, Ajahn Sumedho, for the last 30 years, has been teaching these techniques for ten years.

Session D (3:15PM – 4:45PM)

TEACHERCLASS TITLEDESCRIPTION
Chris Briney, Certified Intermediate-Level III Iyengar Yoga TeacherIyengar Yoga: The Body as InstrumentTurn your yoga positions into com-positions! An inquiry balance and flexibility. We will give gratitude for the
into fundamental principles of yoga poses yields a warmth of the sun with some salutations and seamlessly
powerful glimpse into their creative potential. In this class transition from one asana to another guided by our breath.
we will explore elements that basic, accessible yoga This synchronizing of our breath and postures will create a
postures have in common with great works of art, science moving meditation.
and philosophy! With proper practice, tenacity, and love, true wonders of nature can be comPOSEd by one and all!
Kyla Remus, E-RYT 200, RYT 500 & Level I Relax & Renew Reflect & Recharge - The art of letting go with yogaThis slow-paced class will combine meditation and movement to calm your mind and open the body. Enjoy the meditative quality as well as the reflective nature of letting go in the pose and just being in the moment without judgement. Reflect and recharge in an atmosphere of stillness.

Details

Date:
April 25
Cost:
$25 – $50
Event Category:

Venue

Mercy Center
28650 11 Mile Rd
Farmington Hills, MI 48336 United States
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Tickets

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Full Day - Spring Yoga Day 2020
$ 50.00
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Half Day AM - Spring Yoga Day 2020
$ 25.00
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Half Day PM - Spring Yoga Day 2020
$ 25.00
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