Hatha Yoga: Based on Principles of Alignment at Stanford University
Thursdays 5:05 to 6:05pm Winter Quarter begins January 2014
Classes are good for those who sit in front of computers most of the day.
Movements are coordinated with the breath and designed to help students of all levels advance in their practice.
You will explore parts of your body and muscles you may not have know are there to support your enjoyment of life!
Bring your yoga mat, wear comfortable clothing and be prepared to Feel Better Now!
For Stanford Faculty and Staff. Also Open to the Community.
A great place to practice yoga at a great price.
To Register, go to:
Then enter “hyp-01″ as the class code in the Grey Section
Yoga for Gardeners
Stretch to live music by Herb Moore! Gardeners, come feel your bare feet on the earth and learn how to care for your knees, back, and shoulders. You will be guided through easy yoga poses to integrate into your regular routine. We will practice mindfulness in our breath and movement. Learn how to create stability in your foundation for greater freedom when bending and lifting. All levels welcome! Bring a beach towel or blanket. Meet at Common Ground. To register click …or call 650-493-6072 Patricia Becker loves having people reap the benefits using the yoga principles of alignment to feel better. She has been practicing and teaching for 9 years, which helps her with the responsibilities as Common Ground Garden Supply and Education Center Manager.
All levels welcome!
What Carrie S. writes ….
“Patricia starts her classes in a timely fashion, follows a sequence of poses that prepares us well for an “apex” pose, and closes with a restful savasana. I have practiced yoga for over twenty years and rarely come across an instructor of Patricia Becker’s talents. She offers clear instruction, helpful adjustments, inspirational guidelines and kindness to all of her students. Her manner encourages both “lightness and play” as well as “inner-core strengthening and discipline.” I have accomplished many things in the course of her instruction: wheel with nearly straight arms, hand-stand against the wall and deeper splits than I have ever known. I am “chicken.” I move slowly when poses scare me. She has helped me build up strength and courage to try new things–and achieve them!!! I have brought friends to her class. They keep coming too! She inspires a loyal following. So much opening of the heart, so much grace, so much fun!”
A luscious partner shoulder stretch
- Patricia reminds students to lift the back side of the body.