Fall Yoga Classes 2019

MONDAY

Hatha 1

6 – 7 pm   | September 9 - December 16

Location: Courtenay Recreation 

Phone: 250-338-5371 *Registration through Courtenay Recreation. 

Basics of yoga postures and breathing practices. It differs from a Gentle Yoga class in that it assumes that you have a fundamental level of fitness, as well as no pain in your body. This class will help you develop strength and balance as well as flexibility, while giving you tools for stress reduction.

Hatha 2

7:15 – 8:45 pm   |  September 9 - December 16

Location: Courtenay Recreation 

Phone: 250-338-5371 *Registration through Courtenay Recreation. 

If you’ve been taking classes or practicing on your own, consider joining this class. You’ll need to be aware of your breath, and familiar with basic principles of alignment. You feel strong and balanced in standing poses, comfortable in Downward Dog, and you’re ready to take your practice to the next level.

TUESDAY

Chair Yoga

11am - noon  |   September 10 - December 17

Location: Native Sons Hall. Downtown Courtenay. (Contact Catherine for details.)

Phone: 250-338-5371 *Registration through Courtenay Recreation. 

For those who cannot or do not feel comfortable on the floor. Focus is on breathing, body awareness, relaxation, stretching and gentle postures. We finish with a meditation to rejuvenate body, mind and spirit.

Mixed Level Hatha Yoga

1:00 – 2:30 pm  |  October 1 - December 17th

This class will have all-levels warmups and cooldowns, as well as breathing and/or meditation segments. The middle part of the class is where you’ll choose from Option A or B, depending on your energy level and expertise.

The last class of every month will be a Restorative class.

Location: The House of Now 536-5th Street, Courtenay

Use your existing punch card, or register for all 15 classes: $187.50 (Click here or on the image to register.)  Drop-ins welcome, $17.50 per class.CRRegisterNowButton-web

WEDNESDAY

Chairiots of Fire Yoga

Noon - 1:00 pm  |  Ongoing Class

Yes, we’re an enthusiastic bunch, passionate about our Yoga-class-in-a-chair. Are you feeling creaky and sore? Are you concerned about your balance? Yoga can help.

Just like a Yoga class that takes place on the floor, this class moves all your joints, promotes good balance, strengthens your muscles, and makes you more flexible. It may also help with the symptoms of many health issues such as hypertension, arthritis, and vertigo.

You’ll do some movements and poses in the chair, as well as while standing. You’ll practice unique breathing techniques and learn how to deeply relax. All you need are comfortable clothes that allow freedom of movement.

No previous Yoga experience necessary. Join us next Wednesday at noon!

Contact Linda Barfoot for details: 250 897 1374