yogahour classes with Ida Winter via Zoom
yogahour® classes are alignment-based flow yoga and are designed to create strength alongside flexibility. Recommended props: 2 blocks, 1 strap and some padding for kneeling on
Ida Winter started practicing in 1996 and completed her 250-hr teacher training at MokSana Yoga Centre in the summer of 2006, her 500-hr teacher training at the Kripalu Center in 2008/2009 and completed the Anusara teacher training in 2009/2010 with Darren Rhodes and Christina Sell. She became a certified yogahour® teacher in 2014. She is registered with Yoga Alliance as an E-RYT500. She was owner and director of MokSana Yoga Center from 2008 - 2021.
Mondays & Thursdays 6-7pm
$10 livestreamed (e-transfer $10 to ). It is the same Zoom link every time:
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Expect a foundation of gratitude and inquiry; encouragement to breathe and ‘listen’ deeply; thoughtful cuing towards deepening all facets of one’s practice; held within a circle of gentleness and calm.
Brad Davis (MEd., E-RYT 200, RYT 500) began his yoga journey 15 years ago while facilitating a leadership and global justice university program beside banyan tree in Southern India. He settled beside the Salish Sea in the land of Raven and Orca, Oak and Fir on the traditional territories of
the Lekwungen Peoples in 2010. His yoga teaching, beginning in 2012, has been most strongly formed by the ‘heart opening/heart breaking’ story of the alignment practice of Anusara, woven with the gentle and spacious practice of Yin Yoga, along with ongoing study into the evolving
contemporary story of yoga itself. His practice is deeply influenced by ‘Socially Engaged Buddhism’ and connection to the natural world. Years of exploring different forms of meditation, including many miles spent sitting on a bicycle and canoe seat, has inspired and shaped his approach to
including mindfulness practices in his teaching. He has come to understand and respect the capacity of yoga to increase our strength and mobility, engage with the patterns that nourish or limit us, develop resilience, and cultivate play in our unending journey to becoming more wholehearted beings. Brad believes in the ongoing nurturing of one’s inner teacher, leader, dancer and story-maker, both on and off the mat.
Yin Space 2021 with brad
Drop in to the slow, quiet of yin yoga to nurture self, release and open, develop resilience and deepen presence. A practice both simple and complex as we spend minutes in a pose in stillness
while playing with an edge of sensation working with the deeper tissues of the body, flow of energies, and perhaps one’s own stories at times. Opportunity to develop mindfulness practices is an everpresent offer. This is a space held with an awareness of the natural world all around us, and
the world stories that shape our daily lives.
In Studio Practice is Paused for now. Stay Tuned.
Sunday 6:00-7:30pm PST Livestream
Tuesday 7:30-9:00pm PST Livestream
Thursday 7:30-9:00pm PST Livestream
Livestream(L) Class – $10
In Studio(IS) Class – $15-$20*
*Sliding scale. Also, if finances are limiting your access to your practice please contact me so we can create a plan.
In order to create a safer practice space for all our circle please do not attend if feeling unwell; wear a mask to your mat; social distance in your movement through the studio and note that there are only 7 mat spaces available for our Yin practice.
Contact brad at email@example.com
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