Jennifer provides a welcoming safe and playful environment for both beginners and seasoned practitioners alike. I would recommend her workshops to anyone!
Wednesdays in May*
5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31
*No drop ins – please plan to attend all 5 classes.
Square One Yoga – Emeryville
1540A 62nd St
Approximately 91% of women are unhappy with their bodies and resort to dieting or restrictive eating to achieve their ideal body shape. We know this doesn’t just affect women, but all genders. In a culture obsessed with external appearances what would happen if people decided they loved their bodies just the way they are?
In this series we’ll learn yoga inspired techniques to:
Remember a time when you used to feel content in your body and food used to be uncomplicated and even joyful?
Let’s come together in a supportive community to lift each other up and feed our temple so we can bring our best selves out into the world.
Both Classical Ayurveda and Yoga Therapy point to digestive health as essential to a healthy, long life! In this workshop, which includes discussion and movement, you’ll learn hands-on skills in preserving, regaining, and maintaining digestive health. Learn Yoga sequences designed to correct digestive imbalances. Come with questions about your personal digestive issues and take home an understanding of what you can do to feel better. Co-taught by myself and Ayurvedic Clinician Eden Tosch.
Appropriate for beginners or anyone who would like a refresher in the basics of foundational poses and essential yogic philosophy.
Learn how to:
In this 4 week session we’ll dispel the myths and learn practical tools for your well-being:
Learn practical tools to:
There are simple effective ways to increase mobility beyond just stretching alone. Learn techniques to break up adhesions, trigger points, and release fascia through the use of foam rollers, lacrosse balls, blocks, and straps. You will be led through commonly challenging yoga postures to experience first hand the difference before and after practicing the mobility exercises.
Focus will be placed on increasing mobility specifically in the hips and shoulders, which will allow you to sit with less pain, move and perform better, and deepen your yoga practice. Come with questions about your own personal mobility challenges.
I also highly recommend checking out the courses and articles at Yoga U Online. They are an excellent resource!