Super Gentle: Offered for those who have concerns about getting up and down, or those who will benefit from slow and mindful movement. A non-intimidating, no flexibility required atmosphere to begin or mend you mind / body relationship
Gentle: Intended for those who are seeking a careful yoga entry point. You will refine your ability to honor your limits, explore your capacity, build strength and confidence, and increase your appreciation of stillness. Please note, this is not simply a beginner class.
All Levels: On-going and newer students practice together, with the teacher helping simplify and refine poses.
Asana A, B, C: A practice class designed like a lab to move through a variety of yoga poses (asanas) exploring structure, biomechanics, and subtle energetics.
Breath Yoga: This class gives special emphasis to the direction of breath in the body; and uses innovative methods to link breath awareness, refined movement, and yoga energetic principles. Best for students with experience in other Sol classes.
Meditation Sitting Group: Offered as ongoing support for people who already have established a basic mindfulness meditation practice. Rather than teaching, the class will primarily be for formal practice. There will be 45 to 60 minutes of lightly guided seated, supine, or walking meditation. A portion of every session will be for mindful speaking, listening, and Q & A.
Yoga Nidra: A special lying down yoga meditation which systematically relaxes the body and cools the mind. Practice will include gentle warms ups, some sitting meditation, and brief teachings on the Yoga tradition.
$10/1 – $45/5 – $80/10 – $105/15 – Your First time? $5
*All Class Passes are valid for 3 months from date of purchase.
Whether teaching beginner, intermediate, or advanced students Natasha’s pace is consistently slow, deep, and expansive. While respecting form and fitness, she emphasizes inner awareness, breath development, and meditative stability with the intention to take you into the energetic heart of Yoga.
Kristina has an amazing depth of knowledge, experience, and determination that flows into her unique expression of Yoga. With grace and reverence, she expands the literal movement of breath in your body, bringing new light to your eyes.
Elizabeth is an oriental medical practitioner with many years of experience in the healing arts. We are delighted to have her energetic wisdom with us. She did her yoga training at 7 centers in Sedona, and has continued training and practicing with us at Sol Center. She is the training assistant in our current program as well.
Jessica believes the most important part of yoga is being on the mat and showing up for oneself. She has found yoga to be a powerful tool for emotional healing and a way to restore balance to life; she provides guidance and support for her students to experience the same. Jessica is clear, attentive, playful, and down to earth with a lovely range of physicality and stillness.
Elisa is a lover of yoga and meditation and committed to living and sharing the path as taught to her through the tradition of the Himalayan Masters. Professionally, she’s a trained social worker, dedicated to working with adults, children & families involved in the behavioral health system. She is a graduate and active alumnus of the Sol Center training programs and enjoys nature, the arts, and travel.
At the age of 80, Beth is our senior student and newest teacher. She has practiced yoga for some 50 years, and swears by all of it. She has humor and grit, is smart and vibrant, and interested in inspiriting others to benefit as she has all these years. She didn’t think she wanted to teach, but as she would say herself, we’re never too old to change!
Stacey has been exploring the path of mind, body, spirit, growth and healing her whole life. Professionally, she is a licensed professional counselor. She has spent her career developing, administrating, and practicing behavioral health interventions for adolescent and adults. She completed the Sol Center Yoga Training Program in 2017 and is currently re-envisioning the second half of her life. Come and re-envision yourself!
John brings a deep love of learning and knowledge to a growing appreciation of silence and simplicity. His practice flows from his own vibrant health, a lifelong spiritual sensibility, and a willingness to be of service. He is a graduate of the 2015 Sol Center Yoga Training Program, served as an assistant in the 2016 program, and is an active teacher throughout the community.
Rosie brings a reflective, humble, humorous, intelligent and kind way of being to her yoga teaching. She did her yoga training at the DAYA Foundation in Portland, which integrates yoga and social justice, and has continued training at the Sol Center. She is also a Duke University certified Integrative Health Coach in private practice.