New at one | o | one yoga

 

one | o | one yoga 

Founded in 1996,  one | o | one yoga offers 12 classes weekly in a range of yoga styles including:

therapeutic, beginner’s, vinyasa, hot, gentle,  kundalini, chair and yin

for practitioners at every level


   

Chair Yoga– 2 sections

with Lisa Dover

Tuesdays, 11:45 -1pm, begins Sept 12

Thursdays, 11am-12:15, begins Sept 14

 

This chair yoga class is designed for those seeking to safely and gently stretch and strengthen the body as well as calm the mind. Excellent for those with physical limitations. Great care is taken to customize and modify poses with students’ specific needs in mind. Explore how yoga props can enhance your practice. Grow in your body awareness, increase range of motion & cultivate better balance. 

 


Ashtanga  Series:  

4 Saturdays–  October 7,14,21,28  

1 – 2:30  with Lindsay Grogan

$80 for the series

Join us as we explore the Ashtanga primary series.  

Students will become familiar with the components of Ashtanga:  sun salutations, standing sequence, seated sequence and finishing postures.  We will study “breath count” and pose modifications.  The series will be broken down so as to enable students to develop a home practice! 

Important to Note:  Participating students should have a regular, established asana practice.  The deadline for payment is Saturday, Sept 30.  Maximum class size is 10.  Classes build upon each other and are not available individually.  

 

 


New Class: Friday morning yoga

9-10:30 am Fridays begins September 29 

with Sara Morrison

 

Class will interweave breathing techniques / mindful movement /relaxation through letting go. Higher intensity poses will be offered for those looking to build heat. At the same time, gentler modifications will also be available throughout class. Gain strength and improve balance and flexibility as mental clarity increases. Expect to leave feeling refreshed!! 

About Sara Morrison:  

Sara took her first yoga class in 2013.  She was out of shape, and dealing with a health problem.  While yoga wasn’t easy, she felt drawn to the relaxation and inner stillness she felt during practice, that spilled over into her daily life. A few months later, she was experiencing noticeable physical, mental, and emotional changes.  She felt more at ease  and that she was becoming who she was meant to be.

Because yoga changed her life,  she was inspired to become a teacher and share this amazing gift with others. In 2013 she completed a Level 1 YogaFit training and began weekly teaching. In 2015, she completed a 200 hour teacher training through YogaSix in St. Louis.  Her goal is to help people be at peace in their bodies and minds, no matter their age, shape, gender, race, or fitness level.  She encourages those seeking  positive life-changes to give yoga a try.

In addition to teaching yoga, Sara is a graphic designer, artist, photographer, and musician with a BFA in Communication Design and a minor in Art History.  

 

 


 

 Glow Yoga!  

A fundraiser under black lights to benefit the Women’s Center

With Heather Cross 

October 19 at 6:30 pm 

 Join Heather Cross, Certified Yoga Instructor and Counselor at The Women’s Center for  a repeat of last year’s uber-popular “Glow Yoga” in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.  Enjoy an Open Levels practice and guided relaxation under black lights.   Glow jewelry and body paint will be provided, so you can glow with the flow!  Brightly colored yoga attire will show up best under the black light!  

$10 suggested donation