What’s New at YogaFish?

    • Seven Dollar Classes For July! Join Cathy Mondays (Restorative) and Wednesdays (Foundations) at 11 and pay just $7 for class. No online reservations for this special pricing– space is available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Cash or check preferred, please.
    • Class Change: On Thursday, August 22, we say goodbye to Jaye’s 4 PM yin class and welcome Carol Dee’s 4 PM YinRestorative class. We’ll miss Jaye at this time slot, but I know you’re going to love Carol Dee, too!
    • Traveling this summer? Check out Laura’s latest blog on making any yoga class more accessible while you’re on the road. 
    • Scholarship Opportunities are available: If you find benefit in a regular yoga studio practice but are unable to attend due to financial considerations, please contact us. We have a limited number of scholarship opportunities available on an ongoing basis.
    • We appreciate your help with parking: Please park in the middle of the parking lot or in the two spots in front of the studio, not in front of our neighbors’ businesses. Thank you for helping us to be good neighbors!

 Saturday, July 20 & Sunday, July 21, 9 AM-3 PM. Viking Ninja: Mindful Mechanics and Steel Mace Yoga- Level 1 Workshop at Diversified Therapeutics with Esik Melland and Erin Furry. These are two separate sessions offered at Diversified Therapeutics (in the same plaza as the studio). Mindful Mechanics is a course that focuses on creative yet structured programming with Bodyweight and Steel Mace movements. Sequencing exercises strategically to form a meaningful pattern that will benefit the individual both physically and mentally. Mastering the basics is important before you can express yourself well enough to add your own creativity.

Steel Mace Yoga is a mixture of static poses and dynamic movement synchronized to breath using both bodyweight and steel mace. It builds full body strength, tones and sculpts, increases flexibility, and improves balance. The moment challenges rotational ranges and creates a greater range of motion by carving out tension using closed chain activation and radiation with the Steel Mace. It also creates mental focus, connecting body and mind together through synchronizing breath and movement. Very similar to martial arts or moving meditation. Click here for more information or contact Diversified Therapeutics at (772) 221-7638.