Our weekly Ongoing Class schedule
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New to yoga or looking for a refresher
Each Basics class is taught by a caring and compassionate teacher who has years of experience. Basic postures and yogic breathing techniques are presented with suggested alternatives to suit your unique abilities and needs. There is nothing for you to know ahead of time and there is no need to stress over remembering anything.
All levels, beginners through experienced
A gentle, but complete yoga experience. Suitable for all including those with physical limitations.
Chairs available as needed.
Beyond the Basics
All levels of experienced yoga practitioners
Beyond the Basics classes are ideal for those with prior exposure to yoga. The content of each class varies, building upon the basics. You may hold poses longer, flow through sequences, learn special yogic breaths, and/or experience more challenging variations of common yoga postures. Your energy will be renewed as you become stronger and more flexible. You will find that Beyond the Basics classes leave you refreshed and relaxed.
Each WYC teacher offers this class in a different way depending on their personal style and on the students that are in the room.
MELT Beyond the Basics
All levels of experienced MELT practitioners
A class for experienced MELTers. Notice changes in your body every time you MELT! Attend this class regularly and continue to tap into the amazing healing potential your body already possesses! Those new to MELT should contact Kerrie Bodendorf - Master MELT Trainer (Kerrie@balancetotalbody.com) for options available for beginner MELTers
All levels of experienced Tai Chi practitioners
Performed mostly standing, classes consist of warming movements, guidance for centering the body and mind, Chi Kung exercises, standing postures, and Part 1 of the Yang Style Tai Chi Chaun Form. A non-competitive, non-aggressive environment is created. Students are encouraged to go at their own pace Each class includes discussion, serious study, and fun, too.