- Full Name: Susan Bull
- Location: Fulford Hall and Stowel Lake Farm
- Phone: To register phone Susan: 250-653-4474
- Expires: 18 days, 4 hours
Iyengar Yoga classes for all ages and abilities.
Susan is a nationally certified Iyengar Yoga teacher with over 36 years of teaching experience. Susan studied directly with B.K.S. Iyengar in India and continues to study with national and international teachers. Susan has been invited to teach at Iyengar yoga conferences in Canada and the USA, has offered workshops in Canada and the USA, and taught yoga for five summers at the National Voice Intensive at Simon Fraser University. Susan trained Iyengar yoga teachers in Vancouver and for the last twelve years taught at and co-directed Yoga Moves Studio in North Vancouver.
Fulford Hall (Anderson Room – OAPO Annex)
Mondays: 10:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
Come and try the first class free.
Classes resume September 18th.
Cost: $120.00 for eight weeks. $100.00 if you register by September 11th. Drop-ins $20.00. (partial payments accepted).
Stowel Lake Farm (Gatehouse)
Thursdays: 10:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
Six week session starts September 21st- October 26th.
Cost: $120.00 for six weeks. $100.00 if you register by
September 14th. (partial payments accepted).
To register phone Susan: 250-653-4474
**This course is for all ages and abilities and includes yoga poses that emphasize mobility, stability, strength and postural alignment along with breath awareness and relaxation. Restorative poses are taught during each class which are gentle,deep,and relaxing and involve the use of yoga props.
**Susan’s classes adapt the poses to the needs and abilities of the individual student.
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