(510) 263.8700
1502 Park St. Alameda, CA
Rebecca

Rebecca

Thursday, 16 February 2017 00:00

Tummy Time 4 week Series

Tummy Time Classes are a fun way to help your baby find comfort and support being on his or her tummy, and also a great opportunity to allow babies to interact with other babies their age, and from parents and caregivers to find community. Allowing time for babies to be on their tummies for play throughout the day is very important for their development during this crucial time of discovery. This class offers a chance to practice ways to be engaged with your baby in a meaningful and playful way, while they are awake and on their tummy.
Tummy time skills are the foundation of all sensory and motor skills throughout life. Instructor Andrea Byers is a craniosacral therapist who works with Adults, Children, Infants and Families in the pre and perinatal period, through out the Bay Area. She was trained by Michelle Emanuel as a TummyTime™Tutor and is looking forward to bringing these classes to the community

Wednesdays 10:30-11:30 starting a make up class will be provided.  8/2-8/23   $100

This series requires a three sign up minimum and has a 7 sign up maximum

Friday, 20 January 2017 00:00

Adrianna Webster

Adrianna's yoga journey began in 2007 when severe food allergies left her body weak and her mind exhausted. After taking a beginners yoga series with a local studio in her hometown of Brisbane, Australia, she suddenly realised, here was a practice that spoke to her body and soul. Regular practice not only strengthened her body, but reduced her stress and anxiety, and helped her develop new physical confidence.

In 2014, she and her sweetheart moved from Australia to San Francisco. Here, she has had the opportunity to deepen her practice by studying at Yoga Garden San Francisco with Laurie Sleep, Stacey Swan, Brooke Stokes, Jean Mazzei, Sean Feit, Karen Macklin, Cora Wen and Jon Isaacs; and recently started studying towards her 300 HR with the Yoga Well Institute under Chase Bossart.

Her teaching style is kind, funny and light-hearted with a focus on Hatha, Vinyasa and Gentle Flow. She has great respect for each person’s individual body and is passionate about enabling her students to find their inner yogi, strength and humour. Her teaching focuses on building long-term physical strength, learning kindness towards your own body, and having fun while hanging out upside-down in down dog (Adho Mukha Svanasana)

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Wednesday, 31 August 2016 00:00

Cristin Shea

Cristin has been practicing Yoga for over 18 years and has trained with mentors such as Tim Thompson, Larry Schultz and Nancy Gilgoff. She named her teaching Ahimsa Flow Yoga: "ahimsa" for non-violence and "flow" for the vinyasa, or linked poses, of moving meditation. Cristin shares these twin tools to help navigate our ever-changing environment more peacefully and authentically.

Find out more about Cristin on her website: ahimsayoga.wix.com/yoga
Visit Cristin's Facebook page: here
Yelp Cristin here
Thursday, 04 February 2016 00:00

Star Stone


Originally from the East Coast, she discovered yoga while studying at NYU where yoga was a required course to her theater/dance major. Her first studio class was at Yoga to the People in the East Village and she went on to study at Jivamukti before moving to LA. While in LA, she studied Kundalini, Anusara and Power Vinayasa Flow, until she found her current teacher, Shiva Rea. Erin has completed 100 hours of training with an Anusara inspired school and 200 hours with Shiva Rea in Prana Vinyasa Flow. She is currently in the process of completing her 500 hours with Yoga Tree. Erin’s intention is that you leave her class feeling renewed and at home in your own body. She is passionate about sharing yoga with underserved populations and taking yoga outside the studio. She currently works with Niroga Institute and RISE, teaching yoga to at-risk youth.
Wednesday, 21 January 2015 00:00

Heated Vinyasa

Vinyasa flow set to heat. In this 60 min sequence one will sweat, stretch, and be challenged. Please bring water and a small towel. 

Tuesday, 20 January 2015 00:00

Stephanie Zolna

Stephanie, a long-time competitive athlete, began practicing yoga as a way to increase flexibility and prevent injury. This occasional activity became a life-passion when she discovered the substantial impact yoga had on all aspect of her life, well beyond flexibility. Yoga has since become an indelible addition to her every day, and she hopes to share her passion for yoga and the positive effects it can bring to life and the community.

Stephanie's goal as a teacher is to hold a space for students to find liberation; providing guidance in asana (physical poses), mediation and pranayama (breath work) to invigorate the body and quiet the mind. Her teaching incorporates intuitive hands-on assistance, driven by her passion for helping student’s deepen their practice and find space in poses not otherwise attainable. Stephanie is an Alameda resident and registered Yoga Alliance Teacher certified by Yoga Tree, 200hr.

Connect on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StephanieZolnaYoga   www.stephaniezolnayoga.com

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