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Introduction to Alignment Based Yoga Mar 2nd – Apr 6th

Guest teacher, Kim Drye, trained by teachers of the Iyengar method will be leading you through six weeks of alignment style yoga. This series is for beginners and everyone who is interested in reviewing the essential elements of a yoga practice. These classes focus on the shapes of the postures, principles of alignment, utilizing the breath, lines of energy and the language of the practice. This series does not have a flow-based component with the exception of traditional sun salutations.

Where

Birmingham Yoga
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605 37th Street South, Birmingham AL, US 35222
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When

Mar 2 to
Apr 6
2015
10:45 amto10:45 am

Guest teacher, Kim Drye, trained by teachers of the Iyengar method will be leading you through six weeks of alignment style yoga. This series is for beginners and everyone who is interested in reviewing the essential elements of a yoga practice. These classes focus on the shapes of the postures, principles of alignment, utilizing the breath, lines of energy and the language of the practice. This series does not have a flow-based component with the exception of traditional sun salutations. Postures help to develop stability, coordination, balance and concentration. Appropriate for all regardless of age or physical challenges.

Price

$72

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Guest teacher, Kim Drye, trained by teachers of the Iyengar method will be leading you through six weeks of alignment style yoga. This series is for beginners and everyone who is interested in reviewing the essential elements of a yoga practice. These classes focus on the shapes of the postures, principles of alignment, utilizing the breath, lines of energy and the language of the practice. This series does not have a flow-based component with the exception of traditional sun salutations. Postures help to develop stability, coordination, balance and concentration. Appropriate for all regardless of age or physical challenges