My regular teaching schedule (updated January 31, 2023):
Slow Flow and Stretch at Sytera Yoga 11 am – 12 pm. Virtual and in-person.
Creative Calm at St. Alban’s Church, Saterlee Hall from 12:45 – 2:00 pm. Registration through DC Around Town, proof of vaccination and masks are required.
Gentle Movement and Guided Meditation in person at St. Alban’s from 11 am – 12 noon; through Zoom only from 1- 2 pm for DC Around Town
Vinyasa Yoga, a 1 credit class for registered students at George Washington University from 2 – 3:30 pm.
Vinyasa Yoga at Refresh Alexandria [A Wellness Collective] from 8:30 – 9:30 am. In-studio classes are available to people who have been vaccinated. Music without words is played softly on occasion, hands-on assisting available during class, students can opt out of this experience.
At Refresh VA I lead the 200-hour ,Yoga Alliance certified Yoga Teacher Training program. (I’ve written about my experiences here.) A new cohort is being formed for the May 2023 30-hour Foundations weekend. Please be in touch with me if you want more information on the program.
Private instruction for individuals or groups:
Contact me for more information about:
Private instruction for one or two individuals or celebratory gatherings like bridal or baby showers, birthdays, family reunions or a regular summer-time class at your pool. I can customize the one-hour class to meet your group’s needs, pricing is based on the number of people in attendance.
In addition to this kind of instruction, I offer the following special workshops:
Breath Training and Guided Meditation — 1 hour, appropriate for all levels of meditators.
Yoga 101 — a 2.5 hour introduction to the practice of vinyasa yoga for the complete beginner.
Yoga at the Wall — a 2 hour workshop for yogis with some practice who want the support, challenge and feedback of one of the best props we all have in our homes: a wall. Includes time to relax and restore in restorative postures at the end of instruction.
Introduction to Mindfulness — an hour-long introduction to formal and informal practices of mindfulness. Great for a workplace, faith or civic community.
Coming Into Our Own: Radical, Graceful Aging — three 2-hour long sessions to support women as they successfully surf challenges and joys of aging through the practice of yoga and meditation. Participants develop their own map for radical, graceful aging and find ease and comfort in body, mind and spirit. Each of the three sessions includes time for discussion, reflection and movement and meditation. The final session includes a celebration of life and new-found friends — a real “happy hour!”