Pre and Postnatal Yoga with Mission Yoga

The aim of Mission Yoga is to entwine empowerment, strength and ease for pregnant and postpartum mamas. Through yoga we can create an intentional, supportive environment for all new mamas. Yoga is not just holding a pose, it's what you can create in that space. 

Tuesdays 5:45 - 7pm and Thursdays 10:15-11:45am  

About Wendy: Wendy founded Mission Yoga with the intent of fostering and nurturing a deep connection between yoga, pregnancy and the postpartum lives of moms. Having practiced yoga for over a decade, and trained in San Francisco with Jane Austin, Sean Haleen, Darrin Main and Harvey Deutsch, Wendy's passion is empowering and readying women for their next adventure. Wendy is a Colorado native, a mother of two young children, and loves being surprised by the world around her. She is a Registered Yoga Teacher (200 RYT) Yoga Alliance certified and a Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher (RPYT).

Contact Wendy: (720) 630-7580 wendy@missionyo.ga www.missionyo.ga


NOBO Yoga Practice Group

Come and Practice with me.

Sundays 10-11am and Wednesdays at 5:30-6:35 pm Donation Based: suggested $5-$15

My name is Didem.  I'm a 200-hour trained yoga teacher. I have been practicing yoga since 2010. I teach non-heated, breathe and alignment focused asana practice with intelligent sequences. We will move our bodies in a slow and intentional pace and hold poses for few breathes. This way, we hope to see the full benefits of poses while I remind you alignment instructions so we don’t hurt ourselves. Every week, we work towards a peak pose. This practice is suitable for beginners and intermediate level practitioners. I start to teach poses with basic principles for beginners and then build poses towards advance level with my further instructions. It is practitioners’ preference to decide how further they want to take their poses. I also give hands on assists to guide practitioners into deeper poses or just to make them feel good. I am specifically trained on hands on assists by Amy ippoliti. This class is open to all age groups.

My husband and I moved to this neighborhood last year. I enjoy meeting with my neighbors and feel to be a part of a community in this beautiful neighborhood, NoBo. Let’s meet and practice. You are welcome to join our NoBo practice community. It will be fun.

Who would enjoy this practice? If you are a beginner or haven’t practiced a while or want to learn main principles of yoga rather than joining to a studio with advance students. If you are an intermediate level student and want to deepen your poses. If you want to feel like being a part of a community. If you like the idea of being able to walk to your local studio. If you like hands on assists. If you are looking for an affordable class. If you want to relax after a work day and only have an hour.

Contact: 205-540-2167, dergindemirbas@gmail.com

For updates and class information, please visit our facebook group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/1285053044922969/


Yoga Maitri

Mindfulness & Yoga, Conscious Contact     |   $10    |      Wednesday  6:45 - 8:00pm 

contact: Danielle Goneconti      info@yoga-maitri.com   |  914.806.5771    

On the journey of feeling more together, this class offers deep roots & connection to traditional methods, with room for personal context. Depending on the needs of participants, more or less time may be spent on a particular component below. 

45 min -  Yoga  - personalized instruction in a group setting. Tonifying, flowing postures, guided by attention to the breath.  Energizing & focusing.  Based in the Ashtanga Vinyasa system of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois.  

25 min -  Mindfulness  - breath-based practices promoting deeper awareness of mind & body.  Sitting, enjoying, guided meditation, walking meditation, community contemplation.  “Enlightening!"  Based in the Plum Village tradition of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh.

5 min -  Organic body awareness  - warm-up using the floor as counterpoise, with frequent periods of conscious rest.  These yin movements are reminiscent of slowly waking up, being in water, generally relaxing, recharging.  Offering deliberate contrast to our increasing intake of rapidly changing screens, repeat limited habitual motion & deluge of disparate attention requests.  Refreshing & grounding.

Based in Ayurveda, Chinese Medicine, Yoga Nidra, Deep Relaxation, Feldenkrais Method, Contact Improv, Body Mind Centering