Yoga In Graton
Why We're Here
We think yoga is for everyone, not just those in the big cities and not just those that can put their foot behind their head. Yoga in Graton in the sweet Town of Graton, California, is for anyone, regardless of age, shape and size, that wants to improve their minds, bodies and spirits. We offer a welcoming, community atmosphere with well-trained and experienced teachers.
You don't have to live in Graton to come. Students from Guerneville, Forestville, Occidental, Santa Rosa and Sebastopol find their way to our classes.
We welcome you to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or please feel free to contact the individual instructor for any questions about the classes.
Description of Class and Rates
Yoga with Corina
On Saturday morning, we'll explore a combination of energizing and restful poses and is appropriate for beginners. Tuesday morning Level I/II links together complimentary poses to provide an invigorating, strength based morning class. Classes feature a somatic approach with personal adjustments and pose variations so that every student may move without strain. All classes encourage mindfulness of the breath, the body and the mind for greater awareness.
90-Minute Class Fee: Drop in: $15, 8 class pass/ $110, 4 class pass/ $55, Sliding scale available on an individual basis.
Level 1/Beginners with Lee
Thursday's class is focused on the end of the day stretching, strengthening, breathing, and resting including a short meditation at the end of class. The movements come from the Viniyoga tradition and are adapted to students' needs. It's a great way to unwind tensions at the end of the day and enter into the evening with awareness.
Strengthen & Flow with Erin
Inquiry-based & exploratory, this all-levels class begins with a dynamic warm up. Students are invited to coordinate their breath with movement during a series of adapted sun salutations. Once the body is warm, we move into a sequence of traditional & therapeutic postures. Flowing from standing to seated & finally down to the ground, the progression makes the time fly by and the body feel alive & revitalized. We use blankets, straps & blocks to support the body and calm the mind.
Class Fee: 10 class card is $120, 5-class card is $65, $14.00 drop-in. Please pay instructor. NOTE: Class cards can be used with Denise*
Sweet Slow Flow with Denise
Class is a slow progression of poses linked to breathe to create a smooth slow vinyasa flow with an attention of the needs and variations for each person in the class. Yoga practitioners will experience a class for the body, mind, and spirit.
Class Fee: 10 class card is $120, 5-class card is $65, $14.00 drop-in. Please pay instructor. NOTE: Class cards can be used with Erin*
Denise’s focus in yoga is breath and alignment in a flow style. Trained by Ana Forrest and Max Strom, she brings 18 years of experience teaching yoga students of all levels. Her students love her sweet slow warmup and clear guidance, alongside her variations and adaptations . Throughout her classes, she emphasizes sun salutations, standing poses, balance, flexibility, and strength.
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Erin’s approach to yoga is non-authoritarian, inquiry-based, and rooted in experiential learning. Trained at the Nosara Yoga Institute, Erin brings four years of experience as a yoga educator and more than 500 hours of advanced training in yoga. She teaches vinyasa flow, Self-Awakening Yoga Therapeutics, Restorative Yoga, and offers one-on-one Pranassage sessions. To learn more about Erin, check out her website: SoulFood.Yoga.
Lee's has been studying or practicing yoga, dance, Feldenkrais, Somatics, massage, and strength training for most of her life. Since retiring from Sonoma State University in 2012, she has focused on teaching yoga and strength training. She currently uses the ViniYoga approach as taught by Mirka Kraftsow, for her Thursday classes at Stone Creek Zendo. This approach is therapeutic and adapted to the audience. For more information about Lee's yoga or strength training, including videos and photos, please visit her website is at lee-brewster.com.
Corina began her study of the body from the outside through Biology and Modern Dance and from the inside through meditation and a yoga practice. After a serious bicycle accident, practice became a way to heal and explore how the body/mind affect each other. She teaches in the Viniyoga style which emphasizes appropriate application of all the yoga tools including postures, breath, sound and meditation to the unique condition of the individual. She uses her science background to incorporate anatomy and kinesiology, and her dance/meditation background to bring a somatic, heart based approach to class. She has been teaching yoga since 2005. See her website for info on privates and upcoming workshops.