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Vinyasa Yoga Workshop

Led by instructor Stephanie Snyder.

When: Saturday, March 12, 2011, 1:15 p.m. to 3:45 p.m.

Where: Yoga Soup, 28 Parker Wy., Santa Barbara

Cost: $35 - $45

Age limit: All ages

Categories: Fitness

Description:

Come spend an afternoon practicing a deliciously deep sequence that will free your pelvis, hips, shoulders, and heart! We will flow through a rigorous and thoughtful sequence designed to empower the heart and enliven the body, especially focusing on HIP OPENERS and SHOULDER OPENERS. This particular practice will brighten the pelvis and open the heart in a loving and joyful prayer of movement.

The use of Mantra, Pranayama, and Asana can have profoundly positive effects on the physical body, the mind, and the spiritual heart, lets go there.
Stephanie is well known for her unique ability to infuse her rigorous and flowing vinyasa classes with yoga philosophy, concise technical alignment, and heart-felt humor.

Stephanie Snyder is the creator of the Yoga Journal DVD, Yoga for Strength and Toning. She has written for Yoga Journal Magazine, has been featured on the cover, and is a Yoga Journal Conference presenter. Stephanie leads retreats, workshops, public classes, and teacher trainings in San Francisco and around the world. She is honored to sit on the Board of Directors of Headstand, an organization that brings yoga to at-risk youth, as well as host fundraising workshops to support Headstand and raise awareness about the crucial benefit yoga has to anyone in crisis. Her commitment to breath, movement, happiness, and prayer honor the pure teachings of yoga.
InStyle Magazine named Stephanie "San Francisco's most sought after teacher". She lives in gratitude for her teacher Dharma Mittra for revealing to her the heart of yoga and has also been greatly influenced by the teachings of Iyengar and Anusara yoga.

Phone: 805-965-8811

Event posted March 9, 2011
Last updated March 9, 2011

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