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All Levels Yoga

Date:
November 17, 2017
Time:
9:00 am - 10:00 am
Cost:
$24

Location

The Homestead Community Center - MAP IT
18600 N. 98th St.
Scottsdale, AZ 85255 United States

*This a makeup session for the class that was canceled on Oct. 30.

Session dates: Oct. 30 to Nov. 22

This class is suitable for all levels of yoga expertise. The class moves at a slow to moderate pace and offers lots of modifications so participants can customize the class to fit their specific needs. Teachers focus on alignment and breathing techniques so students can safely stretch and strengthen their bodies. Meets Monday and Wednesday each week.

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Registration
$24 fee per session (value of $3 per class) | $5 drop-in fee
8 minimum registrants to host classes for a session | Must meet requirement by 3 p.m. on Thursday prior to start date.

Please bring your own yoga mat, towel and water bottle. Call the Community Council at 480.342.7178 for more information.

Yoga instructor bios

Abbie Chapman
Abbie has a strong understanding of corporations and the wellness needs of their employees, with a business and consulting background and 10+ years of experience working in the corporate world in IT consulting. After getting her yoga teaching certification in 2008, Abbie began teaching yoga at various local studios including Energy Yoga, Life Power, and Yoga Village. She started Now and Zen Yoga with the mission of bringing yoga to the workplace to improve physical and mental well-being.

Vanessa Ernst
Growing up in San Diego and New Mexico, outdoor activities—biking, snowboarding, hiking and swimming—were a way of life for Vanessa. Her introduction to Iyengar yoga came in 1998 with Carlyn Sikes at Scottsdale Community College. She was further inspired and encouraged by Marivic Wrobel, then a desire for stability and peace led her to enroll in At One Yoga teacher training, receiving a 200-hour YTT Certification in 2014. Vanessa credits yoga with helping her to change the course of her life, to accept and adapt to where she has been and to be prepared for the new challenges ahead. She believes in the transforming power of yoga, of reaching a place of awareness and enlightenment.