DYNAMIC ALIGNMENT + YOGA TUNE UP®
Hatha Yoga Classes in San Francisco
WITH STACEY ROSENBERG
San Francisco Yoga Classes
My classes are dynamic and explore principles of alignment and biomechanics which encourage the practitioner to develop both inner strength and an open heart. I seek to educate you about your body and help you to live better in it while weaving in a philosophical theme to help you connect your physical practice on the mat to living your yoga in your everyday life! Hands-on assistance and detailed verbal cues are given in each class as we often work toward a pinnacle pose and learn to create better posture, more efficient breathing patterns, and healthy actions in everything you do.
|11:00 AM –12:30 PM
Lunchtime Yoga Break
Roll & De-Stress
This class is open to yogis of all levels of practice and experience. We will explore a dynamic practice while welcoming students from beginner to advanced levels. All practitioners will build the foundation for a healthy, sustainable practice. Handstands, backbends, and arm balancing poses may be taught with variations and modifications to fit your needs and abilities.
Expect a playful and engaging class. We will explore a more dynamic practice while welcoming students from experienced beginner to advanced levels. This class is a little longer and we use this time to empower and inspire all practitioners of yoga to move to the next level of practice. Inversions, arm balances, deeper backbends, and seated poses will be taught. Demonstrations and modifications are given to accommodate students at all levels. Come with an open mind and an open heart, ready to try something new!
Yoga Tune Up® Self-Care
Create health and wellness using yoga-based exercises, core stability training, and simple dynamic movements to build a healthy range of motion in all your joints. Combine this with self-massage using Yoga Tune Up® therapy balls to release tension and breathing and relaxation techniques to soothe your nervous system. It’s an opportunity to learn about how your body works, to feel better in it, and get the most out of your yoga practice and everything else you do in life.