Yoga 4 Hope-Yoga for Everybody
Come and enjoy a yoga class truly for all levels. Big Bodies, stiff bodies, all bodies are welcome to join this progressive yoga class that focusses on yoga for all. Dianne Bondy and Amy Ross will share a class that everyone from all walks of life can enjoy. Our focus will be on finding balance, sharing the practice and creating stillness. Come and enjoy potpourri yoga poses that will challenge your body and invigorate your spirit. Yes you can do yoga!
Type of Event
- Community Event
at Yoga 4 Hope!
$50 for a VIP OMMMM Pass
Dianne Bondy E-RYT 500
Dianne loves celebrating diversity in yoga. With a passion for optimal alignment and therapeutics, Dianne’s journey is one of healing, growth and sharing. Dianne is an E-RYT 500 with Yoga Alliance, has had extensive yoga therapy training, is a columnist for the Elephant Journal, owns a studio, runs yoga retreats, trains yoga teachers, has a husband, two small boys and not enough sleep.
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Amy Ross RYT200 Bio:
Yoga is a lifelong journey, and from the first time she stepped on a mat in 2009, Amy felt compelled to share this journey with others. She came to Yoga as a means to help manage a stressful career and stayed with it, because there is a holistic benefit to practicing yoga. It begins with changes to the physical and migrates to the emotional, as perspectives start to change and you begin to live your life with the skills learned on the mat. Amy offers her students, compassion and joyfulness through dynamic flow based classes for beginners and beyond, with the hope that they will go out into the world and spread that compassion and joy to others.
After graduating from the Eastside Yoga School 200hr Teacher Training Program, Amy has gone on to study with Betsy Downing, Michelle Berman Marchildon, and Sadie Nardini. Through these workshops and intensives Amy has found a personal style that blends attention to body alignment with playful sequencing for a safe and yet uniquely enjoyable experience. She hopes to continue her studies and eventually offer Yoga to help address specific mental illnesses.