FREE CLASS WEEK, JUNE
That means everyone, both returning students & new friends.
You, no matter what your age, body type, gender, race, whatever, YOU are welcome with us.
The most difficult part of being a beginner is talking yourself into going to your first class. Let us help you make that easier. :-) All levels, including beginners, are welcome & we'd love to meet you!
Tuesday, June 6, 8:30-9:30am CST on Zoom.*
This class offers instruction for both traditional & chair-based forms of Gentle Yoga. Lying & sitting on the floor are options but are definitely not required. You'll be able to do everything seated in a chair & standing up. No crazy pretzel-ish poses & no scary stuff, but plenty of options to make it accessible for beginner bodies. Please use the "CONTACT US" page on this website to have the Zoom class link sent to you by email, or contact us directly through [email protected]. Thanks!
Thursday, June 8, 4:45-5:45pm CST on Zoom.*
This Gentle Yoga class is more physical than our Tuesday class & includes deeper stretches & holds of 12-30 seconds for the stimulation of bone growth. We'll be in positions lying/sitting on the floor, kneeling, & standing up. As with all Gentle Yoga, this class offers options to make poses accessible to a wide range of bodies. Beginners in generally good health are welcome, as well as advanced practitioners. Please use the "CONTACT US" page on this website to have the Zoom class link sent to you by email, or contact us directly through [email protected]. Thanks!
I'm very happy to answer questions, fill in more details, & help you decide which class is the right one for you. The only dumb question is the unasked one. ;-) Gentle Yoga isn't extreme or scary & we are a welcoming, small group. We'd love to meet YOU! Call & leave a message 334-201-1530, or use the "Contact Us" page on this website.
Melinda Welch, C-IAYT, Yoga Therapist
*Please understand that you & you alone are responsible for your safety if you choose to attend our classes. Melinda Welch & ReCreation Movement bear no responsibility for any injury. If your medical professional has told you not to do something, or you feel that something isn't right for you, please don't do it! Resting & watching are always great options! :-)