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July 3, 2016 @ 1:15 pm - 2:15 pm$10
New to yoga? Now is the time to begin your journey!
All are welcome to attend donation-based beginner-level classes at Pop Allston this summer. The $10 suggested donation helps your teacher earn a living wage, and allows Pop Allston to serve as a mixed-use space for the local community to enjoy. We sincerely appreciate your generous contributions, which support this program and allow every person to experience yoga’s benefits.
Students are encouraged to sign up in advance here:https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=12440184&appointmentType=1553911
$10 donation classes at Pop Allston (89 Brighton Ave.)
Sundays from 1:15 – 2:15pm
July 3rd – August 21st
Are you ready to start and grow your own personal practice? Yogi Training is a program through which students advance from beginners to confident practitioners by expanding upon a progressive series of group classes. In addition to 4 weeks of 101 classes at Pop Allston, Yogi Trainees will receive personalized coaching from Erika Fritz, Yoga Hub’s beginner-specialized YogiPro. Through one-one-one coaching with Erika, you will have all your questions answered and learn exactly what you need to know in order to join all-level group classes or develop your own at-home practice. The Yogi Training package includes:
– Four Yoga 101 classes at Pop Allston (Sundays 1:15 -2:15pm)
– One-on-one mentor sessions for Q&A and personalized feedback after class and online between sessions
– Four video tutorials to inform your at-home practice
– Membership to Yoga Hub’s Yoga 101 Facebook group, which provides relevant articles and videos
– A signature gift upon completion of the program
$100 prepaid. Sign up here:https://app.acuityscheduling.com/catalog.php?owner=12440184&action=addCart&id=141250
Session I: July 3 – July 24th
Session II: July 31st – August 21st
After seven years as a high school English teacher in Chicago Public Schools, I came to yoga to find better work-life balance. After a few weeks of practice, I could see my body changing –I felt leaner, stronger, more flexible –but I could also see the mental effects off my mat: I felt happier, more able to focus, less reactive to events that I would normally mull over for hours. I saw how physical heart opening translated into the realm of personal relationships and made me more open to new experiences. After participating in a Yogi training workshop in the spring of 2014, the seed of teacher training was planted. It seemed like a natural part of my journey –to combine my talent for teaching and my passion for the practice. After moving to Boston in the summer of 2015, I left the classroom for the studio to pursue teaching yoga full time. I believe great teachers always remain students first. I approach my practice with a beginner’s mindset, finding something new each day. I can’t wait to share your beginning with you!