Yoga and Somatics at the Hotel Washington Studio
Yoga classes for 2016 are set to resume on Tuesday, May 24th. This season, we’re pleased to offer an expanded weekly selection of multi-level classes. Please check the schedule below to find the class that’s the best fit for you.
New to yoga and/or somatics? Feel free to contact either Mari, Sarah or Julie at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you many have. Also please check our events calendar for announcements about guest teachers and special programs throughout the season.
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Weekly Yoga Classes September & October 2016
T/Th 9-10 a.m: Vinyasa Slow with Mari Anderson & Sarah Litterio (teachers rotate)
Especially for those over 50 who want to maintain and improve strength, flexibility, balance, endurance, sense of humor. All levels.
Sat 9-10:15 a.m: Vinyasa Flow with Sarah
Explore movement and breath with this mindful flow. Appropriate for beginners or those more experienced who appreciate slow stretches, moderately paced sun salutes and postures with time to settle, relax and enjoy. All levels.
About Our Teachers
Mari Anderson has been sharing the experience of yoga with the Washington Island community since 2004. She is a 200-hr. Yoga Alliance Certified teacher who endeavors to create a welcoming environment in which to share a lighthearted and flowing practice accessible to students representing a broad range of ages and levels.
She especially enjoys mentoring aspiring teachers, teenagers, and yoga-lovers at midlife (and beyond). “I’m happiest when students tell me they also practice on their own, wherever, whenever, because that’s when yoga really begins to shift and change lives in remarkable ways, both on and off the mat.”
Sarah Litterio became part of the Hotel Washington Studio’s program during the 2015 season and was soon inspired to pursue 200-hr. training with the Bay Area Yoga Center in Green Bay. She loves the energetic and physically rejuvenating aspects of vinyasa flow yoga as well as the meditative practice of yoga nidra, and looks forward to sharing both with her students.
“Pairing movement with breath allows us to be present in this moment and create space in the next. This practice has brought me a sense of calm and creativity I hope transfers through me as a teacher and guides my fellow yogis and those new to the practice in an equally stimulating experience.”
Julie Anderson is well-known to the Washington Island fitness and rehabilitation community. With over two decades of experience in personal training and group fitness instructing, she brings deep knowledge and her love of teaching to the Somatics experience. “I’ve seen how the practice of Somatics can change lives by changing old, unconscious patterns of movement. It’s tremendously exciting to help my students learn how to move without pain.”
Cost for Yoga or Somatics classes: 5 Class Card: $60 10 Class Card: $100 Drop-ins welcome: $15
Multi-class cards may be purchased from your yoga or somatics teacher before your first class. Yoga class cards may be used for either Mari or Sarah’s classes. May not apply to guest teachers or programs.