Yoga. Write. Repeat.
Take a class today! Hatha Yoga with Erin offers a variety of Denver metro area yoga classes:
SilverSneakers® Yoga, Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance and classes at your senior housing complex or assisted living community
With 16 years yoga teaching experience and more than 20 years of yoga practice, Hatha Yoga with Erin founder Erin Mathiason is recognized by the Yoga Alliance as an Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher. Erin provides detailed explanations of each pose and time to focus on your alignment in each pose. Her classes emphasize your connection with your breath, listening to your own body’s wisdom and being present in this moment. Learn to finally let go of tightness and tension in your body and mind!
Take a yoga class with Erin or contact Erin for more information. Be sure to check out Hatha Yoga with Erin’s blog “Yoga. Write. Repeat.” for more on all things yoga. Are you a yoga teacher? Check out the blog for playlists and much more. Erin is also available to write great content for your yoga website or blog.
JULY AND AUGUST HIGHLIGHTS:
• Private sessions are available– Only $225 for 5 session packages purchased in July and August!
• Join me for one of my Mudra Yoga Studio classes through August at the reduced drop-in rate of $8 per class. I teach the Tuesday Yin Yoga (6:30 a.m.), Gentle Flow (10:30 a.m.) and All-Levels Flow (12 p.m.) classes.
• New sessions of Englewood Recreation‘s Real Yoga start in July. Join me at the Malley Center for RealYoga Relief, gentle yoga and breathing techniques for chronic pain management, Saturdays 9 – 10 a.m., beginning July 19. The new session of Real Yoga Therapeutic begins on July 14. This Monday 1:15- 2:30 p.m. class is great for those with back and hip issues. If you’re new to yoga, start with Real Yoga Foundations. Check out the next sessions at Englewood Rec Center on Mondays at noon beginning July 14 and on Wednesday evenings beginning July 16. Want to try a class for free? Contact me for a free class coupon (limited number available).
Listen, are you breathing just a little, and calling it a life? – From Have You Ever Tried to Enter the Long Black Branches by Mary Oliver