Join Shelly and Leslie every Tues and Thur morning for yoga class.
We have beginners join us all the time, so don’t worry if you are new.
We teach safe, moderate yet energizing yoga for all. We teach the basic hatha yoga postures and often in a flow sequence.
Teaching with consideration of healthy joints for functional movement is top priority.
If you have questions whether our class suits your needs, please email.
Here’s a map and photo of the studio.
Ballet Arts Studio
566 S 5th W Rexburg, Idaho
$8 drop in. $40 monthly.
cash or check. No cards yet
On Thursday evenings from 6:30-7:30 pm Leslie teaches at World Gym in Rexburg. You do not have to be a member, just $5 at the door.
leslie at rexburgyoga.com
shellyspratling at gmail.com
This info has been checked and updated as of Dec 28, 2014
2015 February yoga classes will be on the theme of Balance. We will learn and practice Alternate Nose breathing, the principle of cross-over in the body, right and left brain, balancing postures. Continue reading
During the month of January in the morning class we will learn and practice the see-saw breath. Something to understand about the natural breath in the body is to recognize that the torso has two cavities involved in breathing: the abdomen and chest. Continue reading
The General theme for this year of 2015 is Create Space. This is a beautiful metaphor of how we breathe. We create the space in our body, and the Universe fills that space with air. Continue reading
New Year’s day is our regular class day. Leslie will be in town and leading a New Year’s practice. It will be an hour later than usual, however. 10 am. Bring your guests and family.
Update: This seminar is now full, but if you feel strongly that you want to attend, email Sheldon.
Leslie’s meditation teacher is coming to Rexburg for a seminar. Come join us. Saturday, November 15 2014 from 9am-4:30pm. Place is still being decided.
Phil McLemore has taught and written about meditation for many years. He has studied under Deepak Chopra and has special training in the Kriya yoga tradition of meditation under Roy Davis, a direct student of Paramahansa Yogananda. Phil is a retired LDS chaplain and has taught seminars to LDS groups in Utah as well as various online seminars.
The unique contribution that Phil brings to meditation is he teaches that through a personal meditation practice, the deeper meaning of Christ’s teaching are revealed and understood. Phil will share some of these deeper meanings that bring the New Testament alive.
No particular religious affiliation is necessary, however.
There is a $25/person charge which cover’s Phil’s travel expenses as well as contributes to a charity for neglected animals.
Space is limited, but we need a commitment/head count as soon as possible. Please reply if you would like to come or have more questions. Please help us spread the word by forwarding or inviting any of your friends who might be interested.
Contact info is to Sheldon and Liza Lawrence.
Credit for the photo goes to a US Airforce newsletter.
“It’s not what we eat but what we digest that makes us strong; not what we gain but what we save that makes us rich; not what we read but what we remember that makes us learned; and not what we profess but what we practice that gives us integrity.”
A student shared this NPR story after class today, and here is the link for those interested.
The Global Legacy of Yoga
The legacy of Indian yoga master, B.K.S Iyengar, and his influence on yoga in the Western world.
Several class members wanted the playlist and a copy of this flow, so here it is. Each song has a few postures to play with until the song is over. Each person flows at her own speed and stays with each posture as desired.
Rexburg yoga would like to support all those who practice and teach yoga in the Rexburg area. So we would like to introduce Katy Willis a Kundalini teacher-in-training and mentored by Felice Austin.
Here is some instruction about a general principle of how to know the right kind of response when others are suffering. I am copying the whole story and giving the link from whence it came.
Illustration by Wes Bausmith / Los Angeles Time