The Elks Theatre/ Performing Arts Center
117 E. Gurley St.
Studio 2 (second floor)
A gently active practice with less intense postures, but including standing postures for strength and balance.
(Mat class~ must be able to get on the floor)
*Please bring your own mat
10 class package $100
(expires one year from date of purchase)
*Beginning January 9th, 2023 additional class
Monday's 9:30- 10:30am
The Elks Theatre/ Studio 1
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Payments for classes may be made in
Cash (exact change please), Check, Zelle, Paypal
Private Group Classes
Do you have a group that would like to gather for a weekly yoga class with quality instruction?
I offer private group classes, I come to your place of residence, community center, church, anywhere you have space.
(Mat or Chair Yoga)
$10 per person ($50 minimum)
Private Yoga Instruction
Yoga customized to meet your individual needs.
Each one-on-one session is designed with you in mind, making it ideal for your mind and body.
Whether you need to work on flexibility, strength, balance, healing from an injury, dealing with an illness, or you just want some individual guidance.
Alignment, functional movement, meditation, chair yoga, relaxation.
$65 per one hour session
$60 for 5 sessions
(Prescott area only)
Payments for private sessions may be made in Cash,
All Levels/MIxed Levels
A practice that is suitable for all level student, offering modifications for beginning students or those with limitations, and more challenging poses for the more advanced student.
A less strenuous form of yoga, designed for those recovering from injury, beginners, seniors, pregnancy, or anyone looking for a well rounded yoga practice that is less intense.
Chair yoga incorporates all of the benefits of a traditional yoga class modified for a seated position.
Chair Yoga Plus
Chair yoga class utilizing a chair for both seated postures and balance in standing postures.
A class conducted primarily on the floor, offering relaxing postures to rejuvenate the body, mind, and spirit.
Flow / Vinyasa Yoga
A more dynamic class, synchronizing movement with breath in a flow-like sequence.
Why Chair Yoga?
"Movement is the antidote to aging"
The senior population is the fastest growing age group in the United States.
More and more over 50 students are going to be showing up in yoga classes and many will be requiring a modified practice.
If we let it, the aging process often begins with avoidance of movement. Some people begin early in life to limit their activity because of pain or what they perceive may cause pain. Some people limit their activity due to past injuries. The injury causes abnormal movement patterns which can result in pain. Many other people eliminate activity just because they think it will cause discomfort. In some cases the only limitations we have are those we place on ourselves.
“Use it or lose it”
Chair Yoga is perfect for those individuals that find doing mat (floor) yoga inaccessible.
You may be under the misconception that chair yoga is too easy, however depending on the level of class and the teacher, chair yoga can be quite challenging. It is like any other style of yoga, it can be as easy or difficult as you want to make it.