Saturday Morning Yoga in the Gardens
With Jenn Gerber
Join us in the Gardens at Yaddo for an energizing yoga practice.
Catch your breath among the roses in our Gardens. There’s no better place than Yaddo to tap into your creativity and find strength in balance: Now offering Yoga on Saturday mornings!
September 17 & 24 and October 8 & 15
9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Registration is $20
Pre-registration is required, and please bring your own mat.
This class is available from beginners to advanced practitioners.
Vinyasa yoga is often described as a union of breath and movement that creates a progressive flow. In this class moving with your breath does not always equate to moving rapidly. This class will provide you with the opportunity to explore breath as you move through yoga asanas (postures) at a slower rate. Connecting breath to movement with intention and alignment awareness. This slower flow will allow you to dive deeper into breath and body sensation while helping to calm your nervous system. Jenn will guide you safely through the class flow that will help you to build strength and flexibility as you move mindfully and with attention. At the end of this class, you will leave feeling strong, balanced, grounded and blissfully relaxed.
By signing up, you are assuming any risks associated with your participation in this class.
Jennifer Gerber is an experienced, registered yoga teacher, a certified life coach and masters-educated school teacher. Her passion to help others obtain and maintain a balanced lifestyle of health and wellness came after she abandoned her career at a Fortune 250 Corporation and immersed herself in a deeper study of vinyasa yoga and received a 200-hour certification from Frog Lotus. She received her Masters in Science in Health Education and began teaching middle/high school health at a local school district. Additionally, Jenn has received certifications as a Life Coach and Mindful School Teacher and Barre. In 2018, she completed her 300-hour Foundational Yoga Therapy training that has helped her to provide more tools for her students dealing with stress and trauma. She currently teaches in Saratoga Springs, NY and lives with her husband and dog, Dugan. Please email her, firstname.lastname@example.org, with any questions.