Ever-Present Flow (available at the Life Center at Savannah Inn, Lewes)
Embody the present moment through an energetic posture flow linking breath with movement to creating flexibility and strength while cultivating a sense of calmness, contentment, and present moment awareness.
Ever-Present Stretch (available at the Life Center at Savannah Inn, Lewes)
Let’s find ourselves ever-present as we stretch, lengthen, and open during this practice combining breath awareness with an in-depth look at the poses.
We’ll explore the BRFWA technique (Breathe, Relax, Feel, Watch, & Allow) as a strategy to become present in our life both on and off the yoga mat. As we witness the flow of energy, sensations, and thoughts we’ll create peace, clarity, and an ease to both body and mind. With practice, and trust in our inner guide, becoming present will become second nature, and a great place to be!
Prenatal Yoga (available at the Life Center at Savannah Inn, Lewes)
You will be guided through a series of postures linking breath with movement bringing awareness to both mother and child and the beautiful changes happening in your body. Preparing to give birth actively and instinctively, we will build trust in the body’s wisdom while bringing forth a sense of calmness, confidence and focus.
Prenatal yoga helps alleviate some of the common discomforts of pregnancy: fatigue, lower back pain, leg cramps, upper back and shoulder tightness, sciatica, nausea, and indigestion. The poses strengthen and open the body for birth, keeping the muscles strong and toned, yet flexible. Modifications are available to suit each pregnancy stage adjusting to how your body feels week to week.
Take this opportunity to recharge, reenergize while connecting with your baby and your intuition, which will guide you on the amazing path into motherhood.
“You relax naturally & easily. You trust your body & your mind. Moment by moment you know exactly what to do.” -Class Affirmation
Mom/Baby Yoga (available at the Milton Public Library)
For Moms 6-weeks postpartum who have been cleared by their health care provider through early walkers.
Join us to create a community of Moms while enjoying special bonding time with your baby. Through breathwork and rejuvenating yoga poses we will connect to our ever-changing bodies, strengthen our core, and recharge from mommy fatigue! Your baby is welcome to eat, nap, play with toys and share in some mom/baby yoga poses. Please bring a blanket for them to use while on your mat and feel free to bring your car seat carrier. You will be in a well-supported environment so please do not worry if your baby cries or is fussy. Our practice does not require for the environment to be perfect but invites the skill of accepting things just as they are in the present moment.
By the end of class we’ll look for the babies to be just as blissed-out as us Moms!
Yoga for Kids – ages 3-5 (available at the Milton Public Library, Milton)
Yoga has many benefits for children including enhancing their flexibility, strength, and coordination. It helps develop a sense of calmness and present moment awareness while nurturing self-esteem and focus. In this fun-filled class we will practice yoga poses, breathing exercises, and relaxation techniques. In addition, we will playfully explore our yoga practice through games, music, and art.
Silver Yoga (available at Delaware Technical Community College, Georgetown)
Specialized yoga class for older adults with modifications available to meet the needs of all ability levels. Feel your energy renewed and revitalized as we combine breath awareness with movement to enhance flexibility, strength, and balance. This nurturing practice will also help create focus, clarity, and an overall sense of relaxation.
Mind & Body Yoga (available at Delaware Technical Community College, Georgetown)
Let’s explore the mind/body connection through breathing techniques, yoga poses, and relaxation strategies. We’ll observe the flow of energy, sensations, and thoughts to release tension bringing forth an overall sense ease. In this breath-based class, breath linked with movement will enhance flexibility and strength, while creating clarity, focus, and present moment awareness. This combination will help balance our mind/body energy, leading us to feel reconnected, rejuvenated, and present!