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[Live Streamed] Yoga for Strength & Stability with Tracy Hodgeman
February 2| $150
Smart Strategies for Staying in One Piece
This all-levels series will highlight a different anatomical region each week. Sessions will begin with functional movement patterns for overall healthy range of movement and improved circulation followed by specific strengthening practices to support stability and joint health. The purpose of this series is to improve strength, build bone density with weight bearing exercises, and to help decrease the physical pain that comes from being sedentary and also from physical instability and imbalance, particularly in areas of motion, like joints and the spine. This is a perfect practice for people who want to age well, boost confidence, and learn to be a more educated steward of this body we depend on (and which also depends on us!!!).
Some of the tools we will be using- Yoga Tune Up® Therapy Balls (tennis balls work in a pinch), yoga Blocks, belts, blankets, light weights (common household items like jugs of water often can be used as weights), resistance bands. You might like to have an anatomy book on hand, although it is not required.
Note: Our series require a minimum of five registered participants, by five days before the start date; if you are considering joining please register early.
Cancellation Policy: Refunds of 90% up to five days prior to start of series. No refunds allowable after that time.
✓ Tuesdays, 12-1:15pm
✓ February 2nd (Groundhog Day!)-March 9th, 2021
About the instructor: Tracy Hodgeman
Tracy Hodgeman has been teaching yoga for over 20 years. She is drawn to gentle and subtle modalities of breath and movement that help to increase general positive body awareness, deep core stability and vibrant wellbeing. She holds teaching certificates from The Ashtanga Yoga School, 8 Limbs Yoga Centers (200 and 500 hour) and Yoga Tune Up®. She is famous for her humor and playfulness as well as her anatomical insight.
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