Yoga for Beginners

Mandy Ryle Uncategorized 2 Comments


Yoga for Beginners

The best time to start a Yoga practice is NOW. Life will never serve up the optimal time for starting something new. But Yoga is a practice that complements the joys and demands and struggles in your life. Become a great beginnings member to meet other Yoga novices and get to know our kind and educated staff. Gain skills like mindfulness and stress relief as you get stronger and improve your posture and core stability.  

Yoga for Beginners is designed to help you learn the Yoga basics in a fun and inclusive environment. Let our staff show you how much a regular Yoga practice can improve your life.

Yoga for Beginners Classes Included with the Great Beginnings Pass. Take unlimited classes in the following formats:


  • Hatha Yoga for Lifelong Wellbeing

    This class meets M-W-F from 10:15-11:15 am

  • Beginner's Vinyasa and Hatha

    This class is offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:45-6:45 pm and Saturday at 9:15 am

  • Yin

    Offered M-W from 6:30-7:30 pm, T-Th from 12-1 pm, Saturday 10:30-11:30 am and Sunday at 4 pm

Great Beginnings Pass Details

This is a special pass designed to make Yoga for Beginners accessible and affordable.

Pass Duration

This Pass lasts for 4 months. It activates on the date of your first visit after purchase.

Price

$50 per month for 4 months. The fee is auto billed to your credit card each month on your unique bill date.

Who is it for?

Any student who wants to stick with the basics, even if you are an existing student.

Make the most out of your Great Beginnings Pass

A great Yoga for Beginners program is all about consistency. The benefits of Yoga are cumulative. So the more regular you can be with your practice the more you will see results. We make classes fun and accessible. Our experience is that Yoga is like a healthy addiction. You find over time that you need it to keep your back feeling good, or your mind non-reactive. Take your 4 months to start your new healthy addiction.

I’m in!

Comments 2

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      Yes, you can. Though, I would suggest that you consider a pass that allows you to try some more challenging classes as well. Maybe not this time, but after your next pass is done.

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