FROM MY LIVING ROOM TO YOURS
Livestream Hatha Yoga & Therapy Ball Classes
WITH STACEY ROSENBERG
Practice With Me
Maintaining your practice during a pandemic is not easy. But you are not alone. Livestream classes are a great option. When you look up at the screen, you see your community and me, in real-time, connected to each other and to our yoga practice. Each livestream class is sequenced and prepared to support you in meeting the challenges of the day. I believe we will get through this difficult time by staying connected to one another and our yoga practice. I'm dedicated to being a dependable resource for you.
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Sacred Sunday Dynamic Alignment
Dynamic Alignment Hatha Yoga
Lunchtime Yoga Break
Roll & De-Stress with Therapy Balls
Dynamic Alignment Hatha Yoga
Classes are listed here in Pacific Time. Please note, when you click to register, the class will be listed in your time zone.
ALL LEVELS WELCOME
DYNAMIC HATHA ALIGNMENT
Come move your body with me and a worldwide community of yogis. This class is all levels and everyone is welcome. Modifications and options are given for every body. It's best to have some yoga props, but household items work well too. See ideas below.
LUNCHTIME YOGA BREAK
Take a 30-minute break from your work day and get on your mat. Join me just before lunch to move, breathe, and get back into your body. Then head back into your day energized and refreshed.
ROLL & DE-STRESS
Roll and stretch your way to release built up tension and find profound relaxation. You will need a set of Yoga Tune Up® Therapy Balls or something similar. We often focus on a particular body part, movement, or action. You can purchase Yoga Tune Up® Therapy Balls HERE.
Pay What You Can
When you take a class, please pay what you can by using the slider to select your price. If your income is impacted by the current situation, please join in without any obligation by checking the "join for free" box. Thank you for practicing with me.
Watch for class packs, monthly unlimited memberships, and video rentals coming soon.
"I always feel great after Stacey’s classes. She has a unique way of creating consistency without being routine. Her natural curiosity and desire to help people feel good in their body creates space for me to do my practice while feeling supported by her. Taking an online class can be hard, but Stacey finds a way to create a sense of community and help me find new movement in my body." --Sean B.
“I wasn’t sure how the in-class experience would translate to an online class. Now I’m a convert! Stacey expertly describes move-by-move what needs to be done with the same energy and humor she brings to a live classroom! I’m so grateful to be able to continue my practice at home in a fun and meaningful way.” -- Sondra H.
"As someone who moved away from the Bay Area a few years ago, it has been an absolute gift and a joy to both practice with Stacey again, as well as connect with the community!" -- Jeannie P.
"What I've always loved about Stacey's classes is her precise, therapeutic alignment-based instruction combined with her warm authenticity and storytelling. She's skillfully and successfully translated these qualities to her online classes, and the gatherings feel communal despite being virtual. Stacey's high level teaching shines through the internet - much needed mind/body medicine after a long day of zoom meetings and homeschooling!" --Sarah H.
"Stacey's first streaming Sacred Sundays was a huge turning point for me during this shelter-at-home period. My soul really needed the yoga as well as the strength and comfort of Stacey's presence (and the other yogis!) The classes themselves have been awesome - all the attention to detail and alignment that I love in Stacey's classes. Sacred Sunday Livestream is a necessary ritual for me." -- Karen C.
Homemade Yoga Props
STRAP: the best option is an old necktie that you will not want to use anymore. Other options include a belt, scarf, bathrobe belt, or a piece of fabric. One student uses a jump rope!
BLOCKS: depending on what we are using it for a variety of things work. A variety of sizes of books, a box, a set of jars or cans of food make a great support for your hand in standing postures. In some cases, folded towels or blankets can double as a block.
BLANKET: if you don't have a firm wool or cotton blanket, a few bath towels work well. Fold for the desired size and shape.
BOLSTER: we don't use this often, but it's nice to have for when we do. It's pretty easy to make a homemade bolster, check out my video on how.