That’s a wrap….

We did it. Together.

Throughout August, we got comfortable with our new way of practicing. We dipped our toes into small, Covid-safe, group yoga classes as well as figuring out ways for accessible practices to beam right into your homes, too.

I was nervous at first, but as the weeks progressed we found ourselves more comfortable with wearing our masks, our distanced yoga practice, and carrying around our own props. As a result, I am happy to continue our in-class/in-home hybrid classes as we go forward into the fall.

⬇️ So! Let’s do it again. ⬇️

Zoom or in-studio options will keep us working together and staying connected.

These autumn classes are happening in a new location. Celtic Rhythm Dance Studio at 102 – 371 Brae Rd, in Duncan. The studio is on the ground floor, at the back. There’s plenty of parking, plenty of floor space as well as an exhaust fan for cleaner air during classes.

If you have any further questions or would like to register, you can contact me here or give me a call (text) at 250-709-4633

Published by Erin Anderson

I love sharing yoga and it’s practical acceptance of receiving whatever this moment holds. I am a Certified Yoga Therapist (Ajna Yoga Centre, Victoria) and meditation teacher, with background as a Massage Therapist (Mount Royal University, Calgary). I have been practising yoga since 1998. When I first began yoga classes, I was immediately hooked by the quiet exploration and play of moving through the postures. Yoga’s natural exploration of the inner world is a comfortable reminder of childhood. I began practising at the Victoria Iyengar Centre and have since spent many years exploring the Vijnana style practice. The Vijnana practice is a beautiful, flexible, and compassionate practice that calls us to work from within. The foundations of the Vijnana practice are the Seven Vital Principles. These principles are relaxing, quieting the mind, intent, rooting, connecting, breathing and elongating. With each breath, each pose, and every practice, the investigation begins anew. I love this emphasis on trusting intuition, exploring -not from our external guides, but from inner awareness, our own authentic self.

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