Yoga Nidra by Cynthia Kane
Sunday, June 25 5:30 - 6:45
$30.00 for members, $35.00 for non-members
$30 Introductory Offer: 2 weeks unlimited yoga classes


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

Eileen Schwartz Reyna


Eileen Reyna is an Experienced Yoga Teacher (E- RYT) through Yoga Alliance. She began studying yoga in 1997 and became certified in 2008 with Hot Yoga USA. Eileen has studied under many teachers in several traditions, including Jivamukti, Vinyasa, Anusara and Baptiste Yoga. From countless practice hours on her mat, Eileen brings a creative passion for the practice to each of her classes. Eileen teaches in a Vinyasa style, fluidly moving from posture to posture, creating a supportive environment that is adaptable to the beginner, as well as to the advanced student. Her practice is breath centered, with a strong focus on alignment and development of core strength. Eileen holds a B.S. in Dance from Skidmore College and a J.D. from the University of Baltimore school of Law and has worked as an attorney, a professional contemporary dancer and arts fundraiser. She is a native Washingtonian and lives in Bethesda with her husband and two beautiful children. Follow Eileen on her website http://www.eileenreynayoga.com/.
 


Eileen Schwartz Reyna instructs the following:
  • Vinyasa II/III
  • This class is intended for regular yoga practitioners. Intermediate and advanced yoga practitioners will experience a moving meditation, intertwined with music, mantra and yoga philosophy. The practice will build heat, while helping to develop both strength, flexibility and internal clarity.
     
    Students will taken through intermediate and advanced yoga poses done in a continuous flow and will get a deep workout, including dynamic stretches and active strengthening. In this fluid style of yoga, students will link postures with the flow of their breath.
     
    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.