Choose from these four class options below:
Gentle Yoga, Yoga with Chairs,
Moderate Yoga-Thursdays, Moderate Yoga-Saturdays
Virtual Yoga and Relaxation: Replenish and Rejuvenate Body, Mind, and Spirit
Instructor: Laura Imbornoni
Winter 2022 | Donations appreciated
The cool starkness of winter creates the perfect atmosphere for yoga. The clean snowy weather and the silhouettes of tree limbs simulate the sense of focus and simplicity. Yoga can help us embrace the quiet still aspects of ourselves, and the energy that springs forth. We open to possibilities of the New Year.
All three yoga options below support strength, flexibility, vitality, and balance, with healthy warm-ups, classic yoga postures, and a yogic play between stretching and releasing. The sequencing in this whole body approach creates safety. A key feature is Pranyama, with focus on and control of life-giving breath. Yogic breathing cleanses the body and supports prana, life energy. The inner body receives as well, as stretching, releasing, receiving nutrients and releasing toxins happens on a cellular level.
Check out these links for related yogic workshops:
Gentle Yoga. A compassionate approach with time to relish sensations and choose appropriate variations. Includes standing, seated, and floor postures with a deep relaxation. Great for beginners.
“Laura recognized each of us and our own individual capabilities.”
– Wende Miller
Gentle Yoga on Tuesday at 10:00-11:00. January 4 - March 29
Yoga with Chairs. Yoga postures, with the many benefits throughout the body, using chairs as a tool of support. Helpful for those experiencing injuries or physical challenges. A good choice if it’s difficult to do standing postures without support or get up and down from the floor. A deep relaxation at the end.
“I feel stretched, relaxed, and focused after Chair Yoga with Laura. It’s great:”
– Carla Durnbaugh
Yoga with Chairs on Thursday at 10:30-11:30. January 6 - March 31
(no class January 20)
Moderate Yoga (Thursdays & Saturdays). Abundant warm-ups and counter poses with a variety of standing, seated, and floor postures. A whole body approach appropriate for those who have done yoga previously or have a regular exercise routine. Enjoy deep relaxation at the end.
“Laura’s Moderate Yoga class helps relieve the back pain I often experience due to scoliosis. In fact, I’ve been almost pain free since starting her class.” – Barb Mallin
Moderate Yoga on Thursday at 6:00-7:00. January 6 - March 31
(no class January 20)
Moderate Yoga on Saturday at 10:30-11:30. January 8 - March 26
About the Instructor: Laura Imbornoni
Laura Christian Imbornoni, M.Ed., leads yoga classes and expressive movement workshops. An RYT-500 Yoga Alliance registered instructor. She has a special interest in healthy lifestyle, and balancing personal life with work and other responsibilities. Laura is a Movement Therapy graduate, Holistic Health Educator, Advanced Clinical Hypnotherapist, a Transpersonal Life Coach, and is certified in Integral Breath Therapy.