Yoga for Women’s Health
Friday-Sunday, September 20-22
Friday, September 20th,
        6:00pm-7:30pm kick off donation class (open to all)
        & 7:30-8:30 (Weekend Attendees Only)
Saturday, September 21, 9:30am-1:00pm & 2:30pm-6:00pm
Sunday, September 22, 9:30am-1:00pm & 2:30pm-6:00pm
For yourself, for your students: a weekend immersion on yoga for women’s health!


Vista Yoga is pleased to offer a concentrated weekend of yoga with Patty Schmidt (RYT 500hr), dedicated to women’s health and wellness. In service to your YTT300 hr, or as a stand-alone immersion, please join us! We’ll ask: how can yoga serve a woman at each lifestage? And across a range of embodied practices, through asana and pranayama, with study and dedication, we answer: Yoga cultivates discernment and wisdom. It helps us to inhabit our whole self, and so guides us toward health and wellness–in our daily practice, for our immediate needs, and our long-term lives.

Yoga is a powerful force for maintaining health and wellness across the systems of the body. We’ll consider the female pelvic floor and pelvic health, as well as the endocrine system, including yogic considerations of women’s reproductive health and menopause/post-cycling life. Through sequencing and cueing practices, we’ll examine yoga tools to support women’s everyday health, as well as what to do in daily practice when health concerns arise (your own and others’)– whether pelvic floor dysfunction, breast and other cancers, osteoporosis, or eating disorders, stress and anxiety, or trauma. The weekend kicks off with a spacious, donation-based class to support women’s health in our community. Come join us!

Weekend Workshop – $250
Save $25 when you register before August 31

Patricia Schmidt

Patty is both 200 and 500hr YA-Certified, and is an IAYT Level 1 certified yoga therapist. She holds additional qualifications in Pre/Postnatal Yoga, Yin Yoga, Yoga for Cancer Survivors, and Yoga for Hypermobility. Those who know her recognize that all roads lead to the pelvis; she is committed to pelvic health and wellness for women and men, at all stages of their lives. She trains other yoga teachers, as well as health and fitness professionals, to orient themselves to the pelvis in space, and raises awareness of pelvic health and wellness in public speaking and educational events. A recent transplant to Atlanta, Patricia infuses each class with wisdom, strength, and surrender.