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Nokomis Yoga Schedule

Open Level, Vinyasa Schedule

Tuesdays 12:00 – 1:00 PM and 7:15 – 8:30 PM

Wednesdays 4:30 – 5:30 PM

Saturday 12:30 – 1:45 PM (March 23, 2013 ONLY!!!)

Nokomis Yoga now offers yoga for the entire family. In addition to the classes listed above, there are early morning vinyasa classes, as well as restorative yoga, chair yoga, and other hatha yoga classes – including yoga for kids, moms-to-be, and parents looking to bond with a new baby. Yamuna (Body Rolling) is also available.  Please click here for the Nokomis Yoga schedule.

Open Level, Vinyasa Class Description

Each open level, vinyasa (flow) class combines a theme, a fun soundtrack, humor, alignment emphasis, and Pranayama (breath control) with a dynamic series of asanas (postures) designed to systematically open the body for a joyful experience. Myra’s goal is to help students find their deepest expression.

Things to bring*: Yoga mat, Yoga block, Yoga strap

Things to wear: Comfortable workout/yoga clothes

(*Note: While mats, blocks, and straps are available at the studio, students are encouraged to bring their own.)‏

Things to know: Yoga asanas should be practiced on an empty stomach. In fact, traditional yogis stress the importance of emptying your bowels prior to meditating or practicing postures.

A good rule of thumb is to wait 2-3 hours after a meal, before practicing. If you must eat less than 2 hours before a class (to maintain blood sugar levels, etc.), please eat a light natural snack (e. g., fruit and a handful of nuts).

Completely new to hatha or vinyasa yoga?
Questions about a particular pose, musical selection, or theme?

Myra is always available to answer questions or address concerns before and after class.


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