Mindfulness and Meditation Workshop with Cynthia Kane
Saturday, July 22nd at 5:30 PM
Intro Offer for New Students : $30.00 for 2 Weeks

TO ENTER THE BUILDING, PRESS 3227# ON THE SMALL BOX TO THE RIGHT OF THE DOOR.

Vinyasa I/II


This class is taught by:

Alice Wylie

Alice has been teaching yoga in the DC area since 2004 and is an E-RYT500 through Yoga Alliance. She received her training through Tranquil Space and Hot Yoga. Alice received her B.S. in Ballet and French from Indiana University and continued to dance professionally in ballet, modern, and contemporary companies for over 12 years, touring, performing, and teaching internationally. Her varied experiences with dance, for which she is deeply grateful, have helped inform and influence all of her teaching.
 

Marina Smith (sub)

Marina began a consistent yoga practice in 2002 becoming captivated through self-practice guided by David Swenson’s Ashtanga Yoga: The Practice Manual. Soon thereafter she studied Bikram yoga with Marlon McGann, more recently Iyengar yoga with Terence Ollivierra & John Schumacher and Ashtanga yoga with Rexx Samuell. Having the desire to deepen her practice and understand more about this thing called ‘yoga’, she completed the 200-Hr Buddha B Yoga Teacher Training Program in Washington, D.C., and is thankful to have had such wonderful instruction by Rexx Samuell, Valerie Samuell, and Hari-kirtana das. She is grateful to her other inspiring teachers: Kristen Krash, Antonella Accinelli, & Krista Block. Marina hopes to share with others the joy that yoga has brought to her life.
The class always includes a proper full body warm-up, mindful movement and sequencing, attention to safe alignment, and clear guidance of breath-initiated flow. While the class is geared toward the intermediate practitioner, modifications are made to suit newer students and variations for the more experienced student.
 
This is not a hot yoga class. The studio temperature will be adjusted depending on outside weather conditions to suit the comfort level of students and to optimize the benefits of the practice. Usually, the temperature will range between 76 degrees and 80 degrees, with the maximum being the exception rather than the rule.

Upcoming classes:

  • Sun Jul 23 4:00 pm - 5:15 pm with Alice Wylie
  • Sun Jul 30 4:00 pm - 5:15 pm with Alice Wylie
  • Sun Aug 06 4:00 pm - 5:15 pm with Marina Smith (sub)
  • Sun Aug 13 4:00 pm - 5:15 pm with Marina Smith (sub)
  • Sun Aug 20 4:00 pm - 5:15 pm with Alice Wylie