- Full Name: Lindsay Whalen - Yoga Teacher / Therapist
- Location: Cedar Lane
- Expires: 23 days, 8 hours
Yoga Class with Lindsay Whalen
Spring Term 2019 – DATE CHANGE
Lindsay Whalen is a Yoga Teacher / Therapist with 37 years experience. She is Certified with Yoga Alliance (YA) and the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT). She completed her certification in Iyengar Yoga with her teacher Maureen Carruthers in 1982.
Spring Term – Cedar Lane
April 22 – June 10 – 2019
Monday – 10:00 – 11:30 (morning)
8 weeks – 1 1/2 hours weekly – $180.
For those from all levels of yoga experience regardless of age or ability. Foundation, grounding, centering and alignment are the cornerstones of this approach. Strength, stability, stamina, a full range of motion (flexibility), breath awareness, deep relaxation and restorative poses offer an integrated approach to this yoga.
Lindsay offers public classes; private yoga therapy; workshops with specific healing emphasis; and ongoing learning for teachers with a basic 200, 500 or 1000 ERYT certificate.
What is Therapeutic Yoga?
Therapeutic Yoga is an approach that assists and facilitates in the healing process for the treatment of
chronic pain, ailments, injury and conditions. Classical poses (asanas) have been adapted, adjusted and modified to provide an individualized approach to a practical and healing yoga experience.
“Yoga is universal and a reflection of the extraordinary range and healing capacity for movement, balance and stillness. Yoga can be experienced at any stage of life. By creating a safe, supportive atmosphere, in which each person can develop inner awareness, theses classes can be joyful and accessible to all.” Lindsay
“I have practiced yoga for many years. In Lindsay’s class she guided me through the poses with such skill by adapting and modifying poses which were inaccessible to me in the past. Her extraordinary knowledge was truly amazing as I had never experienced yoga in this way in all my years practicing. I highly recommend her.”
Thank-you Lindsay. (a dedicated practitioner)
– Private Yoga Therapy – See SS Exchange AD – this modality assists in the healing process for chronic pain, conditions, ailments and disease (dis-ease).
– Teacher Training – Ongoing Learning – for those with a basic ERYT 200, 500 or 1000 hour certificate who wish to deepen their understanding of Yoga as Therapy. For more information about this program of Ongoing Learning in Teacher Training go to http://www.TheYogaTherapyStudio.ca
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