“When the breath wanders the mind is unsteady, but when the breath is calmed, the mind too will be still.”
~ Hatha Yoga Pradipika

Join Marti Yura and Caroline Dunham for “Breathe and Restore”
Saturday, October 23rd
3-5pm

Feeling tired and stressed? Treat yourself to an afternoon of restorative and yin postures with a variety of calming pranayama techniques woven through. Soothe your nervous system, calm your mind and restore your body.

Register for In-Studio Space (7 person limit):
https://clients.mindbodyonline.com/classic/ws?studioid=6667&stype=-8&sTG=23&sVT=9&sView=day&sLoc=1&sTrn=100000001&date=10/24/20
$35

Register for On-Line:
https://clients.mindbodyonline.com/classic/ws?studioid=6667&stype=-8&sTG=23&sVT=9&sView=day&sLoc=1&sTrn=100000001&date=10/24/20
$30

Can’t join us at that time?
Register and we’ll send you the video!😊

 

Marti Yura

Marti’s journey has come full circle, from her first fitness studio in Charleston, SC in 1982, to the “birth” of Vista Yoga in Atlanta. Since 1979 her passion for physical and spiritual well-being has led her from teaching various forms of fitness, including personal training, to her discovery of Yoga in 1998.

Both dynamic and therapeutic, Marti’s classes are infused with a thorough understanding of the body, ancient wisdom, her nurturing spirit and a touch of humor.

She is a 500-hour ERYT (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher) with Yoga Alliance. After studying with a wide variety of Yoga teachers, she has been studying extensively with Tias and Surya Little, of Prajna Yoga in Santa Fe, New Mexico, since 2008, achieving her 500-hour certification with them.

She is also trained in Thai Yoga Massage therapy.

Lorien Neargarder, C-IAYT

Lorien Neargarder has long believed she has many lives to lead: in her life as a dancer and fitness instructor, she learned to move her body through space; in her life as a mechanical engineer, she learned to move her mind through space; and in her current life as a yoga instructor, she continually discovers how to move her heart and soul through space. All of these experiences, plus the wisdom of her teachers, help inform her as she uses yoga to transform the lives of those suffering from pain and illness.

Lorien has worked with cancer patients, survivors and their caregivers in several settings throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, including Stanford Cancer Supportive Care, Kaiser Santa Clara, Good Samaritan Hospital and the Cancer CAREpoint programs. She taught yoga as part of the Santa Clara Kaiser Pain Management and Rehabilitation Program for several years, and brought yoga to the lock-down facility of the Stanford Hospital psychiatric ward. In addition to her weekly classes, she offers yearly training programs for yoga teachers. She has been practicing yoga since 1999, began teaching in 2004, and hasn’t stopped learning about it since. She holds one 500-hour certification from Breathe Together Yoga and another from Prajna Yoga, as well as certificates from Therapeutic Yoga, Y4C (Yoga for Cancer), is a Cancer Exercise Specialist. Lorien has also received training from the integrative oncology departments of both MD Anderson and Memorial-Sloan Kettering. In 2016, Lorien earned the title of Certified Yoga Therapist from the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT).

She is a Yoga Therapist Specializing in Cancer and author of CANCER + YOGA For People Living with Cancer and Their Yoga Teachers, Healthcare Professionals and Caregivers

www.yogabylorien.com