Historic Apalachicola

Apalachicola Center for History, Culture and Art

Six-Week Yoga Series

Taught by Alec Macbeth of Lean Downstream Yoga

partnering with Apalachicola School of Art and

Arts in Medicine

Monday Nights  January 9, 2017 to

February 13, 2017 - 5:30 to 6:45 PM

We are pleased to be offering a 6-week yoga series on the second floor of the beautiful and historic Apalachicola Center for History, Culture and Arts.  These 1.25-hour classes will be taught by Alec Macbeth (RYT 200).  

Yoga has been defined in many ways.  We like to think of yoga as clear observation, pure and simple.  And, that point or perception of observation is always through ones body, which in turn extends into and directly affects one’s intellectual, emotional, and spiritual outlook on life. 

Alec is currently studying with Rod Stryker and is testing for his Level I Parayoga Master Training Certification in December 2016.  His classes have a strong Parayoga component, which can be described as the confluence of Yoga, Tantra, and Ayurveda. 

These classes will combine movement with breath awareness and meditation to bring about energetic shifts to the body, mind, and spirit. They are accessible and appropriate for beginner as well as experienced folks.  The classes will consist of asanas (physical postures), as well as strong component of pranayama (breath work), and meditation.  The emphasis on the meditation component will be increased as the series progresses.

Students should wear loose and comfortable clothing.  They should bring a yoga mat and one or two blocks.  If a student does not have this material, please let us know and we will provide them.

Suggested cost is $12 per class or $60 for the 6-week series; however any amount of payment will be accepted. We also offer gift certificates for any amount. Drop ins are welcome.

Please call us to reserve your spot or for additional information at 855-272-5224 or email us at apalachicolaschoolofart@gmail.com

 

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